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Category Archives: installation


In conjunction with the Gallery Weekend Berlin, ARCH+ is launching its new series of ARCH+ DISPLAYS, starting with the Vitsoe Reading Room and the zines of Swiss publisher Nieves at ARCH+ studio in KW Institute for Contemporary Art’s building complex. On the occasion of the opening on April 30, 2015, Hamburg-based artist Stefan Marx will talk [...]

Snowden Memorial (removed)

Street art going “museum-quality” sculpture: Artists secretly installed an Ed Snowden monument in Brooklyn Park. But officials were quick to remove it.


Mark Leckey, Circa 87, 2014 (Courtesy: Galerie Buchholz)
Although his oeuvre spans little more than 15 years, British artist Mark Leckey (born in 1964) is already considered a reference for a young generation of artists. After his studies he withdrew from the art world for nearly a decade. In 1999, with the video Fiorucci Made Me [...]


This weekend more than 50 national and international designers, artists, and illustrators will present their creations at the 5th edition of the Berlin Graphic Days, taking place at Urban Spree in Berlin. A great chance to not only see, but also buy unique pieces of art, screen printing posters, T-shirts, books, paintings and a lot [...]


Excuse the terrible pun, but the works of the Haas Brothers demands irreverence, even the corny sort. Since officially opening in 2012, Nikolai and Simon Haas have produced a bizarre body of work that teeters between Louise Bourgeouis-Dr. Seussian surreality and everyday utility. Invoking a naive sensuality unbothered by the sexual and taboo, their work appears [...]


Don’t miss the opening of American artist Ryan Trecartin’s first institutional solo-exhibition in Germany, presented by KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin – it promises to be great fun!
The show SITE VISIT, curated by Ellen Blumenstein and Klaus Biesenbach, presents a new multi-channel film and an expansive site-specific installation designed in collaboration with Lizzie Fitch, [...]


The exciting program of Theater der Welt in Mannheim includes Berlin based collective raumlabor´s Hotel shabbyshabby. After an open call  and a selection, raumlabor invited ´creative geniueses. students of architecture and professionals´ to design a hotel spread in the city. The hotel rooms are being built in front of National Theater  to be replaced in park, [...]


Since relocating back to sunny Philadelphia (guys, the sunny part is a joke), I’ve been wanting to shed some love on one of Anerica’s most underrated art-poli. Because it’s been so gloomy recently, I feel particularly drawn to the work of Ray King–no pun intended–whose iridescent, delicate structures have been exhibited in multiple [...]


If you are out and about in Lower Saxony this weekend, don’t miss Hella Gerlach’s performative intervention Move and Scale (cancelset) at the Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum in Hildesheim! Within the framework of a series of events called ‘Von den Dingen’ (About the Things) organised by the Kunstverein Hildesheim, Gerlach will engage with the ancient Egyptian [...]


The show Christoph Schlingensief – a real highlight of the exhibition program of KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin – provides an insight to Schlingensief’s comprehensive work and is only on view until January 19, 2014 – don’t miss it!
His radical demand for reaction, his uniquely inventive imagery, his almost obsessive overexertion and challenging [...]