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Franz Gertsch

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Christiane Baumgartner, Christian Boltanski, Tacita Dean, Franz Gertsch, Richard Hamilton, Eberhard Havekost, Sigmar Polke, Robert Rauschenberg, Gerhard Richter, Simon Starling, Al Taylor, Rosemarie Trockel, Wolf Vostell, Andy Warhol at Kupferstichkabinett June 10th, 2011 - October 9th, 2011
Posted 8/27/11

This themed exhibition is dedicated to the artistic transfer of photographically produced images in the medium of printmaking. The beginnings of this trend lie in the 1960s and the era of Pop Art. The silkscreen print was one of the first printmaking media to use photographic templates. This was quickly followed by offset lithographic printing, which saw another 'trivial' print medium being used to create artistic reproductions. Parallel to this, traditional printing processes such as etching, photogra... [more]

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Conrad Bakker, Delia Brown, Don Brown, Maurizio Cattelan, JINKYUNG CHONG, Chuck Close, Cathy de Monchaux, Richard Dupont, Joe Fig, Tom Friedman, Franz Gertsch, Andreas Gursky, Tim Hawkinson, Brian Jungen, Anselm Kiefer, Jeff Koons, Dr. Lakra, Charles LeDray, Peter Max, Ron Mueck, Juan Muñoz, Richard Patterson, Evan Penny, Richard Pettibone, Elizabeth Peyton, Paul Pfeiffer, Richard Phillips, Charles Ray, James Rieck, Thomas Ruff, Cindy Sherman, Yinka Shonibare, Ken Solomon, Tomoaki Suzuki, Robert Therrien, Jim Torok, Inez van Lamsweerde, Mark Wagner, Corban Walker, Willard Wigan, Kehinde Wiley, Fred Wilson, Ivan Witenstein, Lisa Yuskavage at FLAG Art Foundation February 19th, 2010 - May 27th, 2010
Posted 2/28/10

      It may be obvious that curators in the art world would appear pretty ridiculous even attempting to moonlight as professional basketball players, but the reverse, it turns out, is not true: professional basketball players can, in fact, moonlight as curators. The Flag Art Foundation is responsible for revealing this perplexity, and the show Size DOES Matter, curated by Cleveland Cavalier Shaquille O’Neal, proves that pro-ball players do not play the curation game like curators do. This is... [more]

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