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Is it worth moving to Berlin?


Is it worth moving to Berlin?

I love Berlin but should I move? What are the best and most accessible galleries? Where should I live? etc etc etc. Advice please

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Comment by Blair Zaye on October 20, 2010 at 12:27

Exhibition Opportunity In London

I help run a monthly exhibition called showcase
check out http://www.showcase-london.com/
We had been at cafe 1001 for over a year and we are now at the rich mix on bethnal green road in London its a great space and we have some great artists, but are always looking to expand and get new work in.
the next show is the 27th of oct, its a one night exhibition if your interested in it send me a email, also i wonder some people were interested in doing some live art or drawing for this? We are also looking to have some performances, whether art based or otherwise and live bands, nothing too overbearing light jazzy/jam type stuff, something that doesnt interrupt all the arty peoples chatter, the idea is to keep the people entertained!

send me an email or message if your interested

Blair Zaye
Comment by Blair Zaye on October 5, 2010 at 18:00

Dripped Window 1520x2440mm (each panel is 760x2440mm) Mixed Media, 2010
Vote for me in the Saatchi Gallery Online Showdown and i will be eternally grateful.
goto the link and then
Click on a star to register your vote or choose another artwork
click on the last star on the right to give me 10 stars
Hope I can return the favour :)
Comment by Blair Zaye on October 1, 2010 at 14:31

My name is Blair Zaye I am an artist from New Zealand, with a Bachelor of Visual Arts.
I have just finished creating and uploading to my brand new website www.blairzaye.com
Here you can keep up to date with my latest work, my upcoming exhibitions and get in contact with me.

I am now looking for exposure, representation, an agent, dealers, exhibitions,
residencies and to collaborate with others artists.

My website showcases (amongst others) my latest series of work

'DRIPS, SPLITS, TEARS AND RIPS' (click for a direct link)

This is the work that I feel best represents me as an artist of maturity and

professionalism and my current practice,so have a look and see if you feel the same.

I look forward to hearing from you and your opinion of my work.

Follow the link and if you like it bookmark it!

If you require anything else please do not hesitate to ask.

Taughts and Thoughts
Blair Zaye
Comment by carolinechristie on August 2, 2010 at 14:35
Comment by TURLURE on October 31, 2009 at 12:03
I was study between 1968 and 1973 in Akademie für Grafik, Druck und Design, Einsteinüfer - Berlin.
Comment by Leen on October 20, 2009 at 17:32
Hi - I am moving to berlin on the 29th dec (ready for new year party time) and am applying for a residency with culturia. crossed fingers! it sounds like an amazing opportunity that, from the applicant requirements, i seem to fit into.
it would be great if i could find some more information about where to live and how to look for a room, which areas to live in, and some tips on the art scene before i go. i'm heading out there not knowing anyone or very much about the city other than i want to be there and i want to make and be involved in art.
Comment by Raszyk on July 13, 2009 at 21:03


At berlinerpool you find profiles of selected contemporary artists with ties to Berlin or Istanbul and independent art spaces. Our internet platform provides curators, galleries, museums and art lovers with information about artists and art spaces. berlinerpool also runs a mobile archive: On appointment you can have a look into the BerlinBox of every artist, a physical collection of portfolios.
Comment by Christopher Gulick on June 10, 2009 at 4:40

Comment by simon mack on May 21, 2009 at 20:59
ok now that ive got my breath back... well im exhibiting at the Bereznitsky Gallery 1-30 may 09 as part of the group show curated by museumman: adam nankervis. my work is site specific and is a comment on the present + historical elements of both Berlin + the recurring global financial system+mess.
(www.museumman.org + www.bereznitsky-gallery.com)
oh yes Berlin is great : i visited only for 4 nights but really enjoyed the city. not even began to sctracth the surface there. hoping to return later in 09 . i was hugley helped not only by Adam (for the show ) but my great new friends Stephan Halter + Stephanie Gerner , thks for all yr help guys. and yes they're both on artreview so look them up they live in Berlin and are lovely people and very good artists. any artists who would like to link up in Berlin later in 09 ?- get in touch.
Comment by Christopher Gulick on April 9, 2009 at 2:05
Hallo meine Freunde,
I will be exhibiting in Berlin this summer.
I will host a workshop on kinetic art 23-30 June in the farm village of Tangendorf. My resulting work will be a solo exhibit in Friedrichshain (Berlin) 1-10 July at Gallery OS8, oderstasse8. I would love to visit with any of you that have the opportunity.
Watch my website www.christophergulick.com for details on the vernisage.
I reccomend articles in this months issue of Art News and the blog site www.artsjournal.com on the art scene in Berlin. While the economy is down ( as are sales and collectors) the town is still the center of the universe to BE an artist.
I spent 3 weeks there in '06 and can't wait to return. We may move there soon as well. Even if the "big city" gets to you, there are plernty of farm villages to reside in and then visit Berlin / Hamburg etc. for business and pleasure. hmmmmmmm

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