Archive for the “Berlin” category
by Travis Jeppesen on October 6, 2008
If minimal art has any importance, it’s in making us notice things that we wouldn’t otherwise. Ayse Erkmen has this figured out. She gives us an art that is barely there. What is it that Gertrude Stein once wrote – (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on October 4, 2008
My interview with Christophe Chemin, on the subject of his current exhibition at RISE Berlin, is now online at WhiteHot Magazine.
by Travis Jeppesen on October 2, 2008
While I agree that Olafur Eliasson’s upcoming professorship at the Universität der Künste in Berlin is a good thing, I don’t know that it’s the revolutionary event that Christy Lange at Frieze makes it out to be. Looking at the (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on October 1, 2008
While Berlin may not be not be the power or economic epicenter of the international art world at the moment, there is mounting evidence for a case that the city has at least become its spiritual center. Beyond the highly (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on September 14, 2008
My review of Jeremiah Palecek’s Berlin show is now online – check it out.
by Travis Jeppesen on September 6, 2008
By now, anyone who has resided in Berlin for any length of time can tell you that all of this city’s “major art events” are the same. You tend to see, if not the same artists, then the same sort (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on September 5, 2008
Check out footage from Jeremiah Palecek’s recent opening at STYX Project Space in Berlin at his blog. I will be reviewing Palecek’s show for White Hot Magazine in the coming days, so stay tuned!
by Travis Jeppesen on September 3, 2008
The Berlin art season officially gets underway tonight with Gallery Mittwoch at the former Friedrichshohe brewery in Friedrichshain: 8 independent galleries presenting dozens of artists in 1 amazing building. Tomorrow: birthday, hangover.
by Travis Jeppesen on September 2, 2008
Ricarda Roggan: Still Life KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin Through September 7th There’s still time to see Ricarda Roggan’s show before it closes, and it’s worth the effort. Although her work might be overshadowed by the fact that Richard (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on August 26, 2008
I’ll be reading at the next Borderlines event on Saturday, August 30 at 19:30. It will take place at STYX Project Space, on the second floor of the Alte Brauerei Friedrichshohe, Landsberger Allee 54, Berlin. Signed copies of my first (…)