Looking for artists who work with memory, nostalgia and the 'future' for a private show. #Berlin
New article: A Double Meditative Paradise under One Roof: Congo Tales Meets Gerhard Richter in Barberini Museum, Potsdam
The titles and participants of the upcoming shows I will be curating at Pilotenküche in Leipzig have been announced!
‚Space Chorus‘, 17.08.18 – 31.08.18, Alte Handelschule, Leipzig
‚Architecture of Experience‘, 06.09.18 – 10.09.18, PING PONG, Leipzig
‚Corporal Temperature‘, 21.09.18 – 27.09.18, Pilotenküche Studio, Leipzig
You can check more info here! http://westside.pilotenkueche.net/?p=13759
Invitations to follow ;)
New articles now available on the two mags I am working for:
8 ways to boost your career with real business tips: http://www.azucarmag.com/start-elevating-career-next-level-business-tips/
Review of the exhibition Female Gaze: on Body, Love and Sex II
I am very happy to see that more and more people contact me to work together or simply ask what is exactly that I am doing.
At the moment, building the outreach, online press and portfolios of two amazing Greek artists.
More on my page, LinkedIn and Instagram!
Happy to have finally published my official page on FB.
Like it to stay updated for open calls, prizes, residencies, funds etc
Very happy to be involved in MAGMA exhibition with my colleague and friend Stephan van Kuyk (director of Azucar Magazine).
Magma comes to question the status quo of the art world by exhibiting cool, affordable art by international emerging artists. Azucar will present works by artists it has been working with but also works by guest artists.
Aiming to present a more dynamic and exciting environment to consume art, MAGMA will take place over the weekend of the 9th and 10th of december at the UNICORN.BERLIN, presenting the works of 18 artists and 6 curators.
The main stereotype that we want to break is the commercial barriers of buying art; we aim to bring an end to the elitism of the art market by keeping no secret prices, no unfriendly gallery attendants and no posh atmosphere.
Stories have existed since people started pronouncing the first words and visual art even before. Stories around the fire, stories to make people scared or obedient, stories of ancestors, oral tales and finally written stories. Cave art, sculpture, painting. And yet little has been said about literature and its relation to visual art. This talk explores how literature has historically inspired visual art, and how the written word has always gone hand-in-hand with the visual image. Secondarily, we will explore how museums handle literature and the roles literature plays in this context.
When: 08.11.2017, 18.30-20.30
Organiser: Organization for the Democratization of the Visual Arts
Venue: Prenzlauer Studio / Kunst-Kollektiv