Art - Exhibitions

As Time Goes By - Three Shows in Two Galleries. With Hans-Peter Feldmann, Matthias Weischer and Camille Henrot

(Berlin.) Apart from all the ...

Art - Exhibitions
by ch | Thursday, 01 October 2015

The Turn of the Screw: Insights into the Würth Collection at Martin-Gropius-Bau, and a Night to Collect in Pride

(Berlin.) “Schrauben- Würth ” (“ Würth of Screws”), Mr. Reinhold Würth is a famed German businessman, his eponymous company the world market lead...

Art - Exhibitions
by ch | Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Schinkel Pavillon with Paul McCarthy, Unplugged

(Berlin.) Some say, if Potsdamer Platz is Berlin’s Manhattan, the area surrounding Museumsinsel is a mix of Vegas and Monte Carlo minus the money and the gambling....

Art - Exhibitions
by ch | Friday, 18 September 2015

The Love of a Square: Piet Mondrian at Martin-Gropius-Bau

(Berlin.) Martin-Gropius-Bau ’s latest exhibition will confound all those who knew Piet Mondrian only as de Stijl-ish master of sparsely colour...

Art - Exhibitions
by ch | Monday, 14 September 2015

Im or Ex, pressing for -isms at Nationalgalerie Berlin

(Berlin.) You certainly know IMAX, the supersized movie format invented by a Canadian firm that offers expressively impressive experiences in equally supers...

Art - Exhibitions
by ch | Wednesday, 05 August 2015

Art, The Business Class: Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle vs. Daimler Contemporary

(Berlin.) A Mercedes and a loan from Deutsche Bank : 98.5 per cent of artists (and critics) will never get near either. Yet, both emblems of Teutonic ...

Art - Exhibitions
by ch | Tuesday, 28 July 2015

Situations at Martin-Gropius-Bau

(Berlin.) We like ---, we really do. We like the British-German artist’s approach to the art market, selling six-figure works without ever signing a contract, but ...

Art - Exhibitions
by ch | Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Ouch, that hurt! War and Violence at KW Institute for Contemporary Art

(Berlin.) With Fire and Forget. On Violence, KW Institute for Contemporary Art , the cosy industrial venue in Berlin’s no-longer-that-hip “Mitte” dist...

Art - Exhibitions
by ch | Friday, 26 June 2015

Waiting, Mountains, Music and a Whale. Museum Hamburger Bahnhof

(Berlin.) Hamburger Bahnhof , Berlin’s most important museum for modern and contemporary art, dedicates a show to Black Mountain College . Founded in 1...

Art - Exhibitions
by ch | Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Rebuilding Wurstropolis – Berlinische Galerie Returns with Architecture

(Berlin.) Some say Berlin is great, “but maybe a bit too self-centred”, and Berlinische Galerie ’s reopening won’t change the idea. A faulty sprinkler system...

Art - Exhibitions
by ch | Friday, 05 June 2015

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