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View of Marcus Steinweg’s “For the Love of Philosphy,” BQ, Berlin, 2017.
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William Kherbek

Descartes, Deleuze, Lacan, Nancy, Rilke, Weil, Heidegger (!) (just to name a few)—the gang’s all here at Marcus Steinweg’s new show at BQ, whose title, “For the Love of Philosophy,” certainly seems to ring true. “The self is the placeholder and performer of chaos. Descartes already knew this, that is... continue reading
View of Bojan Šarčević, "In The Rear View Mirror,” BQ, Berlin, 2015.
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Stefan Heidenreich

For this show, knowing too much before seeing may not be helpful, and may even spoil your viewing experience. Bojan Šarčević is an artist who doesn’t like to wrap his art in too much information. Objects and works are supposed to stand for themselves. At his show at Berlin’s BQ,... continue reading
Bojan Sarcevic, At Present, 2011.
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Ana Teixeira Pinto

“At present,” everything is at steak [sic]. “One must dance until the music stops,” to quote the sentence made famous by a Citigroup manager in the aftermath of the financial crisis of 2008. The music, however, had long since stopped when he said it. There is a similar after-party feeling to... continue reading

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