Author Archives: Natasa

Art Chat with Rishin Singh

We had a pleasure to chat with Rishin Singh, an artist behind the Exhibition Die Grenzen unserer Welt which BcmA hosted in November, 2018 and which emerged as a response to our 2018 Open Call “Borders of Power | Power of Borders”. In addressing borders Singh shrewdly resists the temptations of the exhausted poststructuralist discourse […]

Lecture Performance Night in BcmA

On Tuesday, 27th of November BcmA is hosting an unique Lecture Performance Night under the title “When we burn down the borders will the haters inhale the fumes?” This Performance is a part of the running Exhibition “Die Grenzen unserer Welt“. In his exhibition “Die Grenzen unserer Welt” Rishin Singh invites us to reconsider the […]

Contemporary Art is for the Rich: a Debate

On Wednesday, 21st of November 2018, BcmA is hosting the debate “Contemporary Art is for the Rich”, as a part of Rishin Singh’s exhibition “Die Grenzen unserer Welt”. To be successful in the world of Contemporary Art – as an artist, curator, gallerist, critic, viewer, or collector – must one be a member of the […]

Die Grenzen unserer Welt: Exhibition by Rishin Singh

BcmA is delighted to present “Die Grenzen unserer Welt”, a solo exhibition by Rishin Singh. Emerging as a response to our 2018 Open Call “Borders of Power | Power of Borders”, this exhibition, ironically, does not offer any response. In fact, it adds further to the questions initially posed. It calmly embraces the only certainty […]

As far as I’m concerned – an Exhibition by Melissa Ortega

BcmA invites you to our upcoming installation exhibition by artist Melissa Ortega. Join us for the Vernissage, this upcoming Thursday 25.10. at 19h. As far as I’m concerned is based on an inner look; an intimate take on her emotional response to her own experiences. She approaches the viewer through a reflection on the complexity […]