Archive for the “Berlin” category
by Travis Jeppesen on April 24, 2011
“Buildings and walls may be erected and razed, but something about the city always stays the same. Gray, sunless Berlin with its sullen, underfed inhabitants who only come out at night. Berlin in dim, chronically underlit bars where you have (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on June 29, 2010
Yes, it’s been a time, and not an easy one at that. Hence, my absence from here for a while. If you happen to be in Berlin this summer, escape the football hype and retreat indoors to spend a day (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on May 1, 2010
With the advent of post-structuralist philosophy and the spread of issue-based political activism in the latter half of the 20th century, the problem of identity arguably emerged as the most pressing ideological issue of the Zeitgeist. While it also enabled (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on April 22, 2010
My review of the Sol LeWitt show can now be read at Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art. And at Artforum, there’s a review of the Martin Eder exhibition.
by Travis Jeppesen on February 17, 2010
Read my review of the George Condo exhibition at Artforum.
by Travis Jeppesen on January 27, 2010
TONIGHT, 27 January, SLUM presents DISCOSALOPE, a performance by Marc-Andre Casavant DISCOSALOPE is not completely a man and not exactly a woman. Refreshing, amusing and disturbing…Marc-Andre Casavant’s spoken word-interactive-theatrical performance about the craziness of over-consumption in society will not leave (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on January 16, 2010
There will be a screening of Mark Ther’s video work on January 20th at SLUM, the anti-art salon I co-curate with Tennessee Claflin every Wednesday night at Ficken3000, Urbanstr. 70, Berlin. Doors open at 22:00; the screening will start at (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on January 10, 2010
My review of The Art of Two Germanys just went online at Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art.
by Travis Jeppesen on January 4, 2010
I recently started writing forLiterarni Noviny, a Czech-language publication. You can now read my first article for them, a review of Languages of Futurism at Martin-Gropius-Bau, on Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art, in the original English.
by Travis Jeppesen on December 11, 2009
SLUM is pleased to announce a one-night installation by American artist Kandis Williams. Williams will present a series of collages that replicate the interiors of the vagina, using black-and-white photocopies from many sources, including hardcore porn, African sculpture, and film (…)