Category: Art

Salut a la Muerte

In its third consecutive year, the cultural associations Allmyfrnds and La Miranda get together to organize the festival Salut a la Muerte,  a multicultural celebration under the festivities of the…

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Girls, as portrayed by girls – the art exhibition seeking to define new feminity

Curated by Girls made its name on the world wide web as a platform advocating equality and inclusivity. Run by the curator and artist Laetitia Duveau, it is essentially an online…

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What’s hot in Brussels?

Brussels has quickly raised as a new capital of Europe's art scene. It's central position plays a key role in this quick raise, its central both geographically and in an…

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Pocket Exhibitions #1

Azucar & Art und Weise: pocket exhibition #1   Since it was born, back in 2012, mobility and fluidity were always very important aspects of Azucar's reality. The idea of…

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Berlin 90’s art scene and the pleasure of destruction.

Kunst! Was ist Kunst? Was will Kunst? Was kann Kunst? Warum ist Kunst? (Art! What is Art? What does art want? What can art do? Why does art exist?) Anonym*,…

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Del Toro is At Home With Monsters

Mexican artist and filmmaker Guillermo del Toro, b. 1964, has used his lifelong fascination with horror and myth to inspire his innovative filmmaking and creative interpretations of otherwise conventional genres of art…

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Outside the White Cube: Non-Galleries in Berlin

The traditional art gallery is remarkable in its invisibility, its ability to act merely as a blank backdrop. For some artists and projects, however, the intrigue lies in the dialogue…

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eXperimontag at Madame Claude

Arriving at Madame Claude is like waltzing into a dream. After walking down a steep staircase one enters into an alternate reality where gravity is switched. Looking up at the…

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The Three Most Interesting Pieces at the 9th Berlin Biennale

The 9th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art wants you to scoff at the present. DIS, a New York based art collective the curated this year’s Biennale, chose the theme: The…

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Through the lens of Berlin blue-light- Pantone by Irene Cruz.

The first thing that catches your eyes is the mystery, privacy, and integration with the landscape mixed within another distinguishing feature, the light, a light of sunset, or a cold light, for…

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