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16
Apr
2013
When the fictional personae of Alex Diamond first appeared on the art scene back in 2004, it was part of a performance piece: A detail of a conceptual exhibition Joerg Heikhaus, artist and owner of heliumcowboy art space, was showing at his gallery in Hamburg. Little did he know that he could create such a hype around an anonymous...
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25
Mar
2013
The Stick Together project by tape artist Max Zorn is joining forces with No New Enemies to present you a weekend of urban art and good music in a unique setting, designed to mimic urban alleys covered in art. A line up of over twenty of Europe’s most talented urban artists are confirmed to create live art and show...
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23
Mar
2013
Willehad Eilers, better known as Wayne Horse, has a truly unique way of telling a story and a discomforting humor that makes you giggle when you think you shouldn’t. While his recent short movie, The Illmannered Milkman, premiered last year, he decided to follow his intuition and re-edit the whole thing. It’s a different film now, but the essence...
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18
Mar
2013
Two weeks ago in Berlin I was happy to catch up with Montreal based visionary artist Chris Dyer. Chris is more commonly known under the name of “Positive Creations”. An artist/mediator/skatedesign manager/traveller and generally nice dude. He was in town completing a commision (check out the photo gallery) and was bringing, as always many, a tale from his travels....
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05
Nov
2012
Writing my Name Until it Matters DWANE Opening Saturday 10th November, 19-22 Exhibition 14th November – 8th December 2012 Skalitzers Contemporary Art presents the first solo exhibition Writing My Name Until It Matters in Berlin by Swedish, Hungarian Polish artist DWANE. Through exploration and experimentation the artist’s nom de plume is written hundreds, even thousands of times, deformed, built...
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19
Sep
2012
The 30 minute film focuses on Haas&Hahn – a creative duo comprised of journalist Dre Urhahn and audiovisual designer and illustrator Jeroen Koolhaas – who use art in a quest to change the lives of people who live in socially troubled neighbourhoods. Centred around the ‘Challenge the Obvious’ brand motto of HUB Footwear, the film documents a series of...
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29
Aug
2012
Art and human rights?! Be it the right to life, liberty, security and education; be it the right to free thought, conscience and opinion; be it it the right not to be tortured, not to be treated inhumanely or in a degrading manner; be it in Syria, China or North Korea, hardly any other subject influences public discourse as...
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