My little artist has grown up with a love of museums and galleries, right from being a curious young infant through now to an adventurous 6 year old. From the ‘hand ons’ with artefacts baby sessions at the Horniman, to the award winning Under 5s explorer Backpacks at the V&A (both in London,) and the Artist-led Atelier sessions at the Louisiana in Copenhagen…so many joyful learning experiences! And we have enjoyed many more activities tailored to make very young children and their families feel right at home. Early Years Museum Education, especially for the Under 6s is something we have been actively working together with the Berlinische Galerie through our child-led concept. Last September, during our pop up Family LAB in Berlin Art Week, over two hundred family members comprised of big and little artists, came to discover and explore art together. The Christine Streuli painting exhibition proved to be a great source of inspiration for the little art detectives, with a powerful pop of colourful drops, zig zags, and swirls weaving into their take away creations. We are delighted to be back there for the Lange Nacht der Museen next Saturday 25th August! We will be exploring art, the environment and each other through the eye of the viewfinders and magnifying glasses…making giant medals, or how about engaging in sensory play with Peekaboo Portraits for the toddler explorers, inspired by the Loredana Nemes show. Come and join us, its FREE! Ages 1+ No booking required- ENG/ DEU 😊👋🏻 #berlinwithkids#berlinischegalerie .
아무래도 이 미술관은 오래도록 기억에 남을 것 같다. 안타깝게도 소장품이나 기획전이 너무 좋았다는 순수한 이유는 아니지만 어쩌면 그보다 더 훌륭했으니까.
2층에 올라와서 느낀 첫 이질감은 바닥에 이거 뭐지? 였다. 점자블록이 깔린 미술관이라니? 단언컨대 한 번도 본 적 없는 조화라 많이 당황했는데 전시실은 더 놀라웠다. 완벽한 점자블록에 맞춰 촉각으로 재현한 작품들. 붓질과 면처리에 따라 어디는 거칠고 어디는 매끄러웠으며 선과 면의 구분도 꽤나 분명했다. 시각장애인을 위한, 상상 그 이상의 미술관.
I'm frequently looking for literature about forgotten artists and architects which at one point led me to Berlin architect Heinz Schudnagies (1925-97). Clearly influenced by the thoughts and design principles of Hans Scharoun under whom he studied at at Technical University Berlin from 1946 on, Schudnagies designed a considerable number of houses and apartment buildings. The most prominent Schudnagies-designed house is the one he designed for the longtime editor of the influential architecture magazine "Bauwelt", Ulrich Conrads.
In 1992 the Berlinische Galerie held an exhibition about Schudnagies whose archival materials it received some time before the exhibition. Unfortunately not much has happened since and the book published alongside the exhibition is still the only fundamental publication on the architect. It is a very good one nonetheless: besides containing a considerable part of the architect's buildings and projects as well as his writings it also features Schudnagies' descriptions of each projects. Through these his design ideas and context of each building's conception can be traces, a very insightful and even entertaining feature.
I really hope there will be someone who makes use of Schudnagies' estate at Berlinische Galerie and finally writes the monograph the architect deserves. There weren't that many architects following organic design principles in German postwar architecture and Schudnagies really deserves a broader reception.
Today I visited the #BerlinischeGalerie because I wanted to see the exhibition “TELE” from Carsten Nicolai. It was an interesting kind of art, based on quantum physics, light and sound. Great experience!
Sometimes the small pieces hit you the most in the heart like this tiny one. Impressive solo exhibition of artist Loredana Nemes at Berlinische Galerie, Berlin. Huge photographic works, sometimes combined with poetry.
"Angst breathes differently.
Angst reports of bearded men obsessively.
Angst wraps China's charme in cellophane.
Angst crouches transparently.
Angst reaps echos.
Angst devours freedom.
Angst seethes in the neck.
Angst marries Mister Hate secretly.
Angst is interested in inner life.
Angst chases Jews.
Angst kisses children.
Angst lurks in a lilac lorry.
Angst creates power.
Angst gnaws at the temper.
Angst occupies the occident.
Angst minutes poetry orderly.
Angst squares the pain.
Angst doesn't smell like rhododendron.
Angst blackens the shadows.
Angst comforts deadly.
Angst fences Hungary.
Angst tilts in assurances.
Angst rambles through the prettiest vein.
Angst of any old xenon.
Angst you you you.
Angst jerks, trembles, crashes."
Loredana Nemes, from the series 23197 (2017-2018)
Here is a little recommendation for you: Between August 16-19th you can see a choreographic exhibition by our next ASSEMBLE Artist Isabelle Schad: Inside Out, presented across three floors of the KINDL art center. Looking forward to show this great performance one month after at @berlinischegalerie
#recommendationoftheday @tanzimaugust #IsabelleSchad#upcomingevent 👀 @kindlberlin #BerlinischeGalerie
Fotocredit: Dieter Hartwig