Nina Canell at Barbara Wien, Berlin

Press Release: Foam-Skin Insulated Jelly-Filled Vowel – Nina Canell‘s third exhibition at Barbara Wien – coincides with the abc gallery night on Friday 16th of September 2016. Floor-based tangles that consist of emptied out subterranean fibre-optic cable sheaths (Shedding Sheaths (B)) will share the gallery space with an installation that sets the short-term memory of wires

David Thorpe at Meyer Riegger, Berlin

Press release: The risen April sun now shone from the sky in all its glory, warming the parturient earth. Life was springing from her fertile bosom, with buds bursting into verdant leaf and the fields a-quiver with the thrust of new grass. Seeds were swelling and stretching, cracking the plain open in their quest for

Oscar Murillo at Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin

Press release: The tense state of air travel, The distressing experience of a family losing a loved one—the deceased body loaded in the cargo of this boeing aircraft. Geographical awareness, Google maps, Flightmapper and Plane Finder, all tools meant for geographical awareness, which help to illustrate the reality of a region in discontent. FlightMapper illustrates

Alice Channer at Konrad Fischer, Berlin

Press release: Early Man revolves around the fold, a recurring motif in the work of the artist. The fold describes the pictorial and symbolic entanglement of seemingly opposing qualities and production modes. Inside and outside, organic and synthetic, hand crafted and industrially produced interweave in Early Man to become a complex system of signs. A

Wolfgang Tillmans at Daniel Buchholz, Berlin

Press release: In Studio, his twelfth solo exhibition at Galerie Buchholz, Wolfgang Tillmans (born 1968 in Remscheid) thematizes his place of production. The artist’s studio, a classic trope from art history, here takes the form of an inventory, not a peek behind the scenes but an attempt to create a cartographical representation of what this

Anne Collier at Galerie Neu, Berlin

Press release: New York- based artist Anne Collier’s work explores the complexities of representation and perception by questioning the primal relationship between photographic objects and images, taking into focus the nature of photography itself. Her artistic practice involves gathering and investigating objects that are dominated by a certain highly emotive imagery: eyes, clouds, waves, images

Annette Kelm at KÖNIG GALERIE, Berlin

Press release: In contrast to any type of image production that aims above all to achieve optimized effect in the digital media, Annette Kelm unleashes the potential inherent in photography to reproduce the world of objects and thereby uncover their cultural foundations and day-to-day aporias or impasses. On the one hand, her photographs seem dedicated

Jesse Wine at Soy Capitán, Berlin

Press release: ‘Wonderful Audience Member’ is about being open to the individual member of the audience that is invited to consider their own perceptions as legitimate as the examples they see in front of them. The audience member is thus unpinned from an amorphous entity and detached from a specific attention adjustment predefined by the

Ceal Floyer at Esther Schipper, Berlin

Press Release: Esther Schipper is pleased to present Ceal Floyer’s fourth solo exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition includes three installation works, a suite of works on paper and an audio work. These new works combine key aspects of the artist’s oeuvre: small interventions that dramatically change our perception of a space, precise word play,

Paul McCarthy at Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin

Press Release: A solo exhibition by US-American artist Paul McCarthy opens at the Schinkel Pavillon on 11 September, 2015, on the occasion of Berlin Art Week. McCarthy’s works arise from continuous engagement with the social obscuration of seeing, meaning, and knowledge. McCarthy, who lives and works in Los Angeles, confronts the viewer with scenarios of

Richard Rezac at Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin

Press release: This exhibition presents sculpture selected from the past twenty-five years. Constant among these works is the visual language of geometry applied to human scale. This two-part characteristic is, of course, consistent with architecture generally, but especially within the proportions of an interior inhabited space. The particulars of the Isabella Bortolozzi Galerie rooms have

Christoph Keller at Esther Schipper, Berlin

Press release: Esther Schipper is pleased to present the sixth solo exhibition of Christoph Keller with the Gallery. Entitled Grey Magic, the exhibition brings together themes from Keller’s ongoing Aether project, his engagement with fringe science and mediumistic ideas. As a point of departure, Keller takes the exchange of ideas that took place between scientists,

Olga Balema at Croy Nielsen, Berlin

Press release: “Bodily needs also indicate that the appearance of autonomy is an illusion, for the body must incorporate elements from outside itself in order to survive. The need for food exposes the vulnerability of individual identity, enacted at a wider social level in the need for exchanges, communion, and commerce with others, through which

Merlin Carpenter at MD 72, Berlin

Press release: Since the 1980s the readymade has been seen as a reflection on the commodity fetishism of luxury goods. This show has a different approach, while still referring to the history of the found object. Marx defined luxury production as all production which is not required for the reproduction of labour-power, i.e. not required