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Peter Fend’s “to be built”

GALERIE BARBARA WEISS, Berlin

View of Peter Fend, “to be built,” Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin, 2015.
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Elvia Wilk

At first I had the feeling I was missing something when I encountered the documentation of unbuilt works by Peter Fend at his show “to be built” at Galerie Barbara Weiss, organized in collaboration with the project space Oracle. The drawings, prints, collages, and documents on display, mostly from the... continue reading
Geta Brătescu’s “Atelier Continuu”

GALERIE BARBARA WEISS, Berlin

Geta Brătescu, Typography, 1974.
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Ana Ofak

Benno von Archimboldi—the mythical writer in Roberto Bolaño’s 2004 novel 2666—used to draw algae as a child. The meticulousness with which the boy captured the greenish pulp he encountered on his prohibited dives in muddy waters extended into his writing as a grown man. None of this is known to... continue reading
Laura Horelli’s “The Terrace”

GALERIE BARBARA WEISS, Berlin

Laura Horelli, The Terrace of European Single Person in Kileleshwa (detail), 2011.
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John Beeson

From the first, Laura Horelli’s exhibition “The Terrace” is a movement backwards; a complex history is laid out for us to enter and reconstruct. Along the wall leading away from the gallery’s entrance is a series of six images and texts entitled Terrace of European Single Person in Kileleshwa (2011),... continue reading

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