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When Method and Material Met History and Haptic

Flurin Bisig - Angela, Looking at Art
Sculptures Gone Emotional feat. Flurin Bisig and My Childhood Memories Yes, yes, we already talked sculptures not made of marble, not standing around in Florence last time (Important note: nothing against showing some naked men in art and non-art related situations though!). But since we're already on that track (read: since I already broke you...

Émilie Pitoiset’s Moving Sculptures at Klemm’s Berlin

Emilie Pitoiset - Angela, Looking at Art
Getting Out of Your Artistic Comfort Zone After ending my last write up with hopes of sculpture and fine arts for today's lesson, you guys probably got all heated up dreaming of Michelangelo's David and other marbles. Well I'm sorry... but sculpture has already moved on. Summer, Sun and Sculptures For a few days Summer was back in...

Fiber Artists on the Rise

Fiber Artist - Angela, Looking at Art
Thoughts Provoked by Me, Myself and Marlon Wobst Like a million years ago, I talked about childhood memories and abstract works of art. Now today, after a long long summer break, we'll start off with figures and fibers and a painter gone felt artist! Sounds familiar? Right, like that one artist chick aka myself, photographer...

Like Home (Extended) – Letting Walls and Abstract Art Speak to You

like home - Angela, Looking at Art
Reliving Childhood Memories Through Abstract Works of Art Last time we talked I let my thoughts wander off the beaten path while looking at artworks in a group show... well, today won't be much different. But I'll stay way, way closer to the road of looking at – and talking about – art. Promised! Remember the...

Chthonic Rift or Letting Your Thoughts Wander off the Beaten Path

Chthonic Rift - Angela, Looking at Art
Chthonic Rift at Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler As I was saying last time, I spend quite some time looking at art in Kreuzberg and so it happened that the other hot, hot evening I went to the opening of the group exhibition Chthonic Rift at Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler. And you know what? - Upon viewing, like right there...

LUCKY at nGbK – An Alternative Exhibition Guide

Lucky nGbK - Angela, Looking at Art
Batman, The Princess Bride, and House of Cards with a Touch of Sense & Sensibility And as I said the other day our journey today starts not far from where we met last time. But lucky you, today will take you away from all those heated city streets and into worlds of (ice cold) dreams...

Everybody Gets a Second Chance To Fall in Love with Colors

Everybody Gets a Second Chance to Fall in Love with Colors
How to Overcome Your Fear of Monochrome Paintings What? You're still not in love? You heartless soul. Ok, ok, I get it. You don't live in Berlin, had no private-jet-chance to see Monika's monochromes in person. Well, here's what I'm gonna do for you (because I'm so kind and because I'm so patient), I'm offering you...

The New iCanvas or Monika Baer’s Security vs Your Insecurity

Monika Baer - Angela, Looking at Art
On Falling in Love with Art As I was telling you in my last post, today is all about other people's art and sunshine. I fell in love very late in life. But when I did, it hit me hard. And I never wanted to be loveless again. But only the real thing. No tinder flirts...

An Artwork Doesn’t Need to Be a One-Night Stand

LUCKY: Jimmy Carter & Patty Hearst
Jimmy & Patty feeling LUCKY at nGbK Berlin Since my last weeks and coming weeks have been and will be all about the wonderful (yes, truly so) exhibition LUCKY at nGbK Berlin curated by the equally wonderful Coven Berlin, today I will talk about my work Jimmy Carter & Patty Hearst which is part of...

Welcome to Jurassic World – Claudia Comte at the Kingdom of St Agnes

Claudia Comte - Angela, Looking at Art
How Art and Hollywood Just Don't Want to Get a Divorce Our last encounter took us to the battle fields of Tom, Matt and Steven. And despite knowing I had enough of Hollywood and its yawn-effecting blockbusters it dawns on my, I can't escape it. Another exhibition and another film world casts its shadows over...