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Monika Grzymala at the Dresden Royal Palace, Germany

Monika Grzymala’s new outdoor installation project at the Dresden Royal Palace courtyard in Germany is now on view. It features a site-specific long-term project titled Raumzeichnung (stop motion), made out of sculpted paper, wire and fishing line. The work remains on view until the beginning of 2021.

In other news, Grzymala’s work is also currently being featured at Super bien, Berlin (Schwedter Str. 232, Mitte). An indoor/outdoor installation set within a greenhouse, Super bien focuses on site specific projects, with the title of Monika Grzymala’s work being Raumzeichnung (kinesphere). The work is exhibited through 6.12.2020.


In other news

Hulda Stefánsdóttir appointed Head of Academic Research Development at Iceland University of the Arts

BERG Contemporary congratulates Hulda Stefánsdóttir, as she has been appointed Head of Academic Research Development at the Iceland University of the Arts. The role entails leading the development of teaching, research, and academic methodology. It will serve to lead the construction and development of post-graduate programs, interdisciplinary initiatives, and implementation of the University’s policies in

Sigurður Guðjónsson at Regelblau 411

  Updated: postponed, new date TBA. Sigurður Guðjónsson opens a new exhibition at Regelblau 411 in Denmark on 15.01.2021. The exhibition presents a journey into the core of technology and its relics. Through seven video installations, Guðjónsson intricately reflects on devices and machines that have been overtaken by current technological developments and gradually become memories of

Happy Holidays from BERG Contemporary

After a challenging year for many and as the holiday season approaches, we would like to extend our best wishes to you all, with hopes for a healthy and bright new year. BERG Contemporary will close throughout the holidays, from December 23rd until January 5th. We look forward to welcoming you all in the new