Berlin

The Investigative Mode of the Berlin Biennale Raises an Uncomfortable Question

When I look back over what was actually in the current Berlin Biennale, curated by artist Kader Attia and titled “Still Present!”, it seems a lot less dire than I remember. In fact, there’s a lot of poetry in Attia’s show. There are Tammy Nguyen’s vibrant, verdant paintings, rendering the Biblical Stations of the Cross …

The Investigative Mode of the Berlin Biennale Raises an Uncomfortable Question Read More »

Artistic Tasting Menu and Berlin Views at GOLVET

The GOLVET team prides itself on using the highest quality, locally sourced and 100% sustainable ingredients to create surprising and boundary-pushing dishes across their five- or seven-course menu. The restaurant’s newest seasonal menu is titled “Der Frühling,” meaning “Spring,” and is the first time GOLVET has offered a vegetarian version of the full tasting menu …

Artistic Tasting Menu and Berlin Views at GOLVET Read More »

Berlin’s Berghain Nightclub Transformed Into an Eerie, Immersive 3D Swamp

It feels familiar and alien at the same time. Many Berliners have stepped inside the towering walls of Berghain, the most famous nightclub in Germany, but it is different this summer. Its halls are not yet again filled with strobing lights and beating techno music. Instead, filling its empty dance floors is a glimmering, two-story …

Berlin’s Berghain Nightclub Transformed Into an Eerie, Immersive 3D Swamp Read More »

A Guide to Berlin Art Week Assembled By 9 of the City’s Most Plugged-In Curators

This year’s annual Berlin Art Week is ready to open around the German capital. In a year marred by cancelations, the decentralized event is one of the few dates on the art calendar that has not been moved or erased completely. With a truly wide-ranging schedule of shows that occur at small project spaces, private collections, and …

A Guide to Berlin Art Week Assembled By 9 of the City’s Most Plugged-In Curators Read More »