Veronica Posth

Veronica Posth, Germany
Veronica Posth studied History of Art at the University of Florence and at the University of Glasgow. Specialised in Contemporary Art and Modern Museology she later gained a Master in Curatorial Studies and Exhibition Design between the Fine Art Academy of Florence and the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam. Since her University studies, she has been working on conceptualising exhibitions as independent curator and as art and dance critic, reviewer. After many years between London and Florence, she is now based in Berlin.

Articles (22)

Berlin Gropius Bau Actual Exhibitions: Garden of Earthly Delights / There is No Non-Violent Way to Look at Some-Body / Walking Through Walls
Article date: Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Berlin Gropius Bau Actual Exhibitions: Garden of Earthly Delights / There is No Non-Violent Way to Look at Some-Body / Walking Through Walls

The actual three exhibitions at Gropius Bau in Berlin are worth to be experienced. Starting from The Garden of Earthly Delights visible just until the 01.12.2019 is a very special assemble of the following artists: Maria Thereza Alves, Louise Lawler, Rashid Johnson, Taro Shinoda, Hieronymus Bosch, Hicham Berrada, Zheng Bo, Yayoi Kusama, Korakrit Arunanondchai, John Cage, Renato Leotta, Heather Phillipson, Urile Orlow, Jumana Manna, Lungiswa Gqunta, Pipilotti Rist, Maaike Schoorel, Libby Harward, Futurefarmers, Taro Shinoda, Tacita Dean.

Interview with Pierre Fromentin
Article date: Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Interview with Pierre Fromentin

Traveling is the key to open up, grow, enlarge our views and enrich our visions. In Pierre Fromentin’s case traveling is connected to making reportages and sensitize general population about ‘global’ issues. Here the interview done in Berlin before his departure for Amsterdam.

Interview with Marc Lambrechts
Article date: Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Interview with Marc Lambrechts

Marc Lambrechts was born in Lier, Belgium and currently lives and works in New York, United States. Lambrechts’s works are immersive worlds of colours. Stratified pigments, organic and inorganic materials merge in magnetic surfaces. Time, Cosmos, Earth, Communication, Balance are the motif of Lambrechts’s works.

No Photos on the Dance Floor! 1989-Today at C/O Berlin
Article date: Tuesday, October 15, 2019

No Photos on the Dance Floor! 1989-Today at C/O Berlin

A photo exhibition on a subject that denies the camera as the medium comes slightly as a paradox. Nevertheless the exhibition at C/O, ex Amerika Haus in Berlin, calls a various and numerous audience and the question why is quite rhetorical.

And Berlin Will Always Need You
Article date: Wednesday, June 12, 2019

And Berlin Will Always Need You

And Berlin will always needs you is at the Gropius Bau in German capital until the 16th of June and it is a compendium of Berlin based international artists. The title is inspired by Dorothy Iannone’s dedicated song to her friend Marz Harding in 1977 where she sang about her emotional attachment to Berlin.

Continu by Sasha Waltz
Article date: Thursday, April 25, 2019

Continu by Sasha Waltz

Continu is a piece that was developed in 2010 as a continuation of two site specific works created at the Neuen Museum in Berlin by David Chipperfield and at MAXXI in Rome by Zaha Hahid. From the dialogue between the two architectonically influenced works, was generated Continu, also strongly inspired by architectonic forms and lines.

Café Müller+Rite of Spring
Article date: Monday, April 1, 2019

Café Müller+Rite of Spring

Café Müller is a piece originated by Pina Bausch in 1978. The performance took place for the first time on May 20th, 1978 at the Wuppertaler Opernhaus with music by Henry Purcell, set design and costumes by Rolf Borzig with collaboration by Marion Cito and Hans Pop. The same evening were shown four performances by the choreographers Pina Bausch, Gerhard Bohner, Gigi-Geokjrghe Caciuléanu and Hans Pop, all under the same title and with communal aspects on stage: Four people at a table.

Distant Matter by Van Dijk &Half Life by Eyal
Article date: Friday, March 22, 2019

Distant Matter by Van Dijk &Half Life by Eyal

Distant Matter by Anouk van Dijk premiered at the Komische Oper Berlin is a piece that raises several interrogatives. It opens up with a catwalk resembling a fashion show. Seven performers with futuristic/queer features cross the stage front and back, one by one, showing attitude and self confidence. The outfits are all in black although very eclectic. The most peculiar one is the lady with a black body and stretched shirt, black socks arriving over the knees and a motorbike helmet that reflects what surrounds her.

Körper
Article date: Monday, February 11, 2019

Körper

What comes to mind when we think about bodies? In Körper, German word for body created by Sasha Waltz in 2000 as first piece of a trilogy, many forms and connotations related to the main theme are explicated in extended and bizarre formats. In the Berliner Festspiele the dark and grotesque piece has left many interrogatives with its enigmatic aspects and a quite unclear structure.

NoBody’s Land
Article date: Wednesday, February 6, 2019

NoBody’s Land

Blenard Azizaj and Maya Gomez present NoBody´s Land, a powerful piece choreographed and danced by the duo which with masterly interpretation, stage a complex scenario made out of human dynamics. Appropriation, possession, anger and revenge strongly symbolise the brutality of human behaviours and at the same time relate to sundered countries, borders, intolerances and the following deplorable cruelties.

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David Hockney"Dancers VII*" 2014, Acrylic on canvas, 48 x 72"©, David Hockney, Photo Credit: Richard SchmidtPhoto: © David Hockney / Richard Schmidt, Courtesy of Pace Gallery

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