Tender Cut – Gili Avissar

Tender Cut Beit Uri and Rami Nehushtan Museum, Kibbutz Ashdot Yaakov Meuhad,  Open till 26.08.2017 Gili Avissar Tender Cut, Gili Avissar’s solo show, comprises one single object: a tent, a temporary structure used as a home in nomadic or refugee situations. The tent Avissar has installed in the…

Counter Parts @ SORT

SORT is pleased to present “Counter Parts” an exhibition with works by Grażyna Roguski and Leah Dixon. The artists managed to bring a touch of institutional critique to a very non-institutional space, challenging SORT’s ethos by incorporating moving bodies, time based works, and kinetic sculptures.…

Places and hearts – #7 TONUS, Paris

T O N U S is an artist–run space located in the ill fame 15th district of Paris. The space is dedicated to contemporary art and festive events. KubaParis Is „home“ the place where you’ve been born? Jade Nearly. I live in a tiny house…

Gruppenausstellung MOOS EISLEY @ URGIZZY

Ein Kupferrohr entleiht sich einen Teil des Wasserflusses der Dachrinne. Das Wasser wird von der lauten Strassenseite des Gebäudes quer durch den Raum den Deckenbalken entlang auf die ruhige Dorfseite geleitet, wobei das Rohr einige Umwege und Abkürzungen vornimmt. Das Wasserrohr führt vorbei an zwei…

Ian Cheng at Espace culturel Louis Vuitton München

Geradezu hypnotisch langsam bewegt sich die Kamera über eine dystopische, post-apokalyptische Sumpf-Landschaft, zoomt und schwenkt, scheinbar erratisch. Die Lichtstimmung wechselt, mal bedrohlich, dann wieder hell. Palmen bewegen sich im Wind, mal sanft, mal brutal. Hunde mit goldenen, in den Himmel zeigenden Leinen streunen durch dieses…

LISA TIEMANN | Guidance

Berlin based sculptor Lisa Tiemann welcomes us to become part of an abstract space situation in which light, color, form and materiality jointly create a sensory-psychological experiment. The exhibition space is hidden in the urban bustle of Potsdamerstraße where worlds collide in typical Berlin casualness.…

Eva L’Hoest & Xavier Mary

Is it not, that we are all somehow connected through the same…… yeah, what? Thoughts? Desires? Mindsets? Beliefs? Or through our DNA? If not anything else, it is the biology of the body that somehow defines our basic nature as a whole. Yet, despite the…

Not Eccintric Keynote Samtricity by Kalinka Gieseler

The public space we move through daily is essentially created through commercial imagery. The forms and shapes this imagery takes go far beyond ads and billboards. It has become an architectural force. Kalinka Gieseler has dedicated her artistic practice exclusively to the spacial arrangements thus…

„ROBBEN & WINKLER“

Für die Ausstellung „Robben & Winkler“ kreiert der Berliner Künstler Eric Winkler eine Kollektion von Kleidungsstücken zu einer Hommage an die Berliner Robben & Wientjes OHG Autovermietung. DIE KOLLEKTION ROBBEN & WINKLER Robben & Winkler ist Haute Couture und Pret-à-porter innerhalb der ganzen Bandbreite pluralistischen…

five years – changing & growing

The exhibition five years changing & growing brings together eighteen positions. The works tell stories, codes appear und let spaces become visible. They play with the possibilities of transformation, caducity and transition. Varying states of landscape and persons are shown, geometric shapes become corporeal. Recurring…

#magazinelove #01 – PHILE Magazine

Phile Magazine​ is pleased to announced the launch of their inaugural issue this July. Phile Magazine is a biannual publication which investigates sexual subcultures, trends and practices from a sociological point of view. By researching theories and practices of modern sexuality, Phile aims to gain…

representative representative

Representation is a big word and it gets exponentially bigger when it itself is represented. Like multiplying by negatives, an absence of an absence constructs an index of an index. What would that look like? Rod Barton presents the group show “representative representative” bringing together…

form ever follows function – Ein Rückblick von Carina Bukuts

Die gläserne Architektur, die das Stadtbild Frankfurts prägt lässt weitere Sehenswürdigkeiten verblassen. Vergessen scheint der gotische Dom, der Wiederaufbau des Römerbergs und die Ernst-May Siedlung. Frankfurt gilt den Wolkenkratzern, deren schimmernde Fassade alles andere verblendet. Der Ursprung dieser ornamentlosen Architektur, frei von Historie, findet sich…

Susanne Schmitt – disobedient

Eine Serie aus Fotografien in Smartphone-Ästhetik, die auf wenige Millimeter verkleinert und ausgedruckt wurden, ist eingebettet in einen rosafarbenen Teppich, der sich auf einer zwölf Meter langen Granitbank erstreckt und ein buntes Ensemble mit vereinzelt dargebotenen Keramik-Objekten bildet. Die zweckentfremdete Bank, die dem Betrachter in…

Pakui Hardware – On Demand @ EXILE, Berlin

The battery dies at 30 %, again. Mischieving nature compressed to gadget, performing things on its own, clogging seamless communication. Cut off from the network, a body reclines on spring grass while staring into a starless sky. Across blue-hued layers are other bodies, unreachable but…

And if I left off dreaming about you?

Like a little disaster is a no-based collective run project. L.A.L.D. refuses the idea to be confined in an only one space and uses all possible locations, without any foreclosure, as object of action and investigation. Meaning making is an activity that occurs through the…

LIMBUS

Everybody knows the LIMBUS dance: Only those who bend the most can get to the other side. LIMBUS is the edge, the gap. It’s a foyer, a waiting room, a Beckett- loop. LIMBUS trabants Art Basel and explores institutional gaps, for example a timeslot in…

Places and hearts – #6 Ashley Berlin

Ashley Berlin is an exhibition space and residency for emerging local and international artists in Berlin, Germany, focused on fostering contemporary art dialogues between Canada and Germany within an international context. Since 2013, Ashley holds six exhibitions per year, maintaining a diverse program that works…

Basel Blörb #5 by Karim Crippa

On Thursday, I took a break from the cavernous halls of Art Basel and started my day visiting what turned out to be a great group show at Kunsthalle, titled “Ungestalt”. Superb works by the likes of Michaela Eichwald, Pakui Hardware and Olga Balema proved…

Basel Blörb #4 by Karim Crippa

Shlepping around a severe hangover, I spent yesterday in an odd limbo, not quite sure about what to do. I first went back to Art Basel to check out things I had missed and talk with the ladies from Luxembourg & Dayan, whose attitude was…

Basel Blörb #3 by Karim Crippa

This week’s most relevant event took place yesterday: the First Choice VIP Preview of Art Basel. To be clear: I myself am neither first choice, nor a VIP, but Exhibitionary co-founder Jan Winkelmann is, and since he’s also a friendly guy, he ushered me in…

Basel Blörb #2 by Karim Crippa

“The game is on” I thought as I was shoved down the stairs of Liste, sweating through my sportswear. Art Basel’s satellite fair was the first thing I saw upon arriving; unusually high temperatures and large crowds made navigating the twisted building in which it…