Posts Tagged ‘German’

WHAT IS REAL? Thomas Ruff Photograms and ma.r.s

Article by Don Burmeister in New York; Friday, April 12, 2013.

Thomas Ruff is one of the handful of art world superstars who emerged in the 1990’s from the Düsseldorf school of photography centered around Hilda and Bernd Becher…[read on…]

FRIEZE PUBLISHING: Launches German/English Bilingual Publication

frieze d/e

Blog Entry by Henna Räsänen – in Berlin; Saturday, May 8, 2011.

The publication provides a bold coverage of the German art world. Themes covered in the first issue of frieze d/e offer interesting questions and ideas, from the class difference in art to changes in Swiss art funding and censorship. The in-depth articles discuss work from inspiring artists such as Berlin-based artist Henrik Olensen. Olensen is a sculpturist whose work focuses in tearing down the clichés of gay identities as well as the constrained opposites often found in the society. Other interesting names covered in the first issue are Pamela Rosenkranz, Christian Mayer and Max Frisinger.

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Despina Stokou, Artator!

by Clare Ros // Nov. 26, 2010
Despina Stokou’s dynamic personality and engaging spirit are reflected equally through her vibrant, colorful canvases, overflowing with strong messages…[read on]

Seen and Loved // Kathleen Vance and Anselm Kiefer

Article by Monica Salazar // Nov. 23, 2010
Here are some artwork highlights I’ve come across during my most recent travels to New York. Below are images of New York-based Kathleen Vance (who recently exhibited in two Berlin exhibitions), and the[read on]