Klara Lidén at Galerie NEU. Photo by Marco Funke.
Thomas Bayrle, Gerano Pavesi | Church, 2015. Courtesy Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin.
Left: Pedro Cabrita Reis, Installation of the artwork. Right: Compound #5, 2006. Both images © PCRSTUDIO / João Ferro Martins, courtesy Kewenig, Berlin.
Katharina Grosse at Johann König. Photo by Marco Funke.
Cyprien Gaillard, Where Nature Runs Riot, 2015 (film still). Copyright Cyprien Gaillard. Courtesy Sprüth Magers.
Valérie Favre, Schwan See (inspiriert von Douglas Gordon), 2015. Courtesy the artist and Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin. Photo by Uwe Walter.
Haleh Redjaian, Can you Sea from Monday til Sunday, 2015. Courtesy Arratia Beer.
Calla Henkel & Max Pitegoff, They make it clear that their hospitality is not to be confused with generosity. The keys for Pontus, a business student visiting from Munich, are left at the Portuguese ceramic shop next door. This is standard procedure, this is simply a matter of funding the theatre.2014. Courtesy the artists, Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin.
The New Theater seems to have become something of a selling point in and of itself with Klara Lidén’s pleasantly uncomforting show at Galerie Neu buoyed by her recent participation in the project. Also always pulling it off are Delmes & Zander, who last year branched out to Berlin. They present the obsessive photocopy-cum-drawing universe of art school dropout Adelhyd van Bender, a kind of self-therapeutic fusion of science and magic.
Erik van Lieshout, After the Riot II, 2015. Ausstellungsansicht / Exhibition view Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin. Courtesy Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin. Photo by Roman März.
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