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Kill Your Gallerist! Art for All!

by Nicole Rodríguez Woods
Joseph Beuys, Sigmar Polke, Rosemarie Trockel, and Christo are just some of the artists included in the exhibition at Berlin’s Akademie der Künste in under the slogan  (“Art for All”). The comprehensive show encompasses over 300 works by more than 150 artists from the Klaus Staeck collection.  Stefan Wewerka, Homburger, 1970. ©VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2015. Photo: Roman März   Lawyer, graphic artist, political rabble-rouser, artwork publisher and most recently president of the Akademie der... [more]
Posted by Nicole Rodríguez Woods on 4/2/15


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Posted by Nazim YILMAZ on 11/11/11

Cold Sensuality of Form

by Mara Goldwyn
        In “Memória do Corpo (Memory of the Body)”, a film taken in 1985, a plump and ageing – yet still stunningly sensual – Lygia Clark sits cross-legged on the floor of a Paris living room and fondles plastic bags. Some are filled with air, others with water, yet others with beans. There are also pantyhose stuffed with potatoes that she carefully drapes around her neck, a flashlight she shines over honey-smeared lips and a tube through which she hums. The Brazilian sculptor Lygia Clark,... [more]
Posted by Mara Goldwyn on 9/20/10

Ausgezeichnet Zeichnungen

by E-Slant Team
Die Ausstellung der Mitglieder der Sektion Bildende Kunst stellt den gewandelten Begriff von Zeichnung in der gegenwärtigen bildenden Kunst zur Diskussion. Im Vordergrund steht dabei die autonome Funktion des Zeichnens in der künstlerischen Praxis. Neben traditionellen Verfahrensweisen verdeutlichen fotografische und digitale Konzeptionen sowie hybride Mischformen die enorme Spannweite des zeitgenössischen Zeichnungsbegriffs. Ein Teil der Exponate erfüllt die Erwartung, dass Zeichnen... [more]
Posted by E-Slant Team on 5/4/09

Women in Performance

by E-Slant Team
Performance art emerging in the 1960s and 70s was infused with ideas of social emancipation and fundamentally influenced by women artists interested in feminism. Performance art explored the intersection of art and life, of private and public. It offered an ideal medium for examining, deconstructing or reinventing (female) identity moving beyond attributions of femininity in mainstream culture. Moreover, as a new art form, occurring outside the confines of the traditional art space,... [more]
Posted by E-Slant Team on 12/19/08
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