The art aMONK us

By Toni Arrom Garau Caspar David Friedrich was a disruptive German painter, born in 1774 in Greifswald. He was known for using innovative techniques in...

Painting the unforgettable past

By Toni Arrom Garau After the end of WWII, in 1945, Berlin and the whole of Europe suffered a lot of changes. After the victory...

Mantegna and Goethe: The Triumphs of Caesar as seen from Weimar

The exhibition inside Berlin’s Gemäldegalerie presents how German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe regarded Andrea Mantegna as one of the most outstanding artists of...

Picasso, Klee, Matisse and Braque at Museum Berggruen

The Museum Berggruen are hosting an exhibition to conclude a three-year research project into the lives and work of Pablo Picasso, Paul Klee, Henri...

Everything Upfront: A review of Boris Mikhailov at C/O Berlin

Born in Kharkiv, Ukraine in 1938, the life of Boris Mikhailov has been encompassed by the struggles and turmoil of individuals across the globe,...

Simple is beautiful – Bauhaus at Bröhan Museum

Bauhaus was a German art school operational from 1919 to 1933 that combined crafts and fine arts. It was famous for the approach to...

Just Heartbeating – Review of Alec Soth’s exhibition

In the Loock Gallery at Potsdamer Straße 63 in Berlin the photographs of the American photographer Alec Soth will be exhibited from 19.03.2019 to...

Jack’s Jacks offers a captivating and intense look at the work of a diverse artist

“It’s all about the materials and the paint,” says Jack Whitten in the opening video of his exhibit at the Hamburger Bahnof. He’s dressed...

Anthropocene: Edward Burtynsky’s Damning Series on Mankind

The ground of the surface coal mine seems to have piled up to form a red-brownish wave. The sun is barely breaking through the...

How to talk with birds, trees, fish, shells, snakes, bulls and lions

Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin 16.11.2018 – 12.05.2019   The exhibition investigates the reciprocal relationship between human and beyond human beings....