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August 09
Feature
Encounters with Abstraction
From Constructivism to Minimal Art – all 20th-century avant-garde movements engaged with abstraction. On the occasion of the exhibition "Abstraction and Empathy" at the Deutsche Guggenheim, ArtMag reports on pioneers of Modernism and abstract tendencies in contemporary art.
On the occasion of the exhibition "Abstraction and Empathy", its organizer, Carmen Giménez, Curator of 20th-Century Art at the Solomon R. [more]
With his groundbreaking book "Abstraction and Empathy", art historian Wilhelm Worringer influenced such early modern artists as Kandinsky and Marc, who found support for their initial experiments in abstraction. [more]
The politically motivated murder of her parents left a deep mark on Parastou Forouhar’s art. [more]
An entire arsenal of copies and reproductions circles around every masterpiece. The installations of Villa Romana Fellow Olivier Foulon deal with this phenomenon. [more]
He is one of the best-known figures in a younger generation of artists critically investigating modernism's legacy. [more]
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On View
Abstraction and Empathy at the Deutsche Guggenheim / Joseph Beuys and his Students - Works from the Deutsche Bank Collection at the Sabanci Museum / Back to the Garden at the 60 Wall Gallery / Deutsche Bank Art Space Showing Artistic Perspectives from Iran / Att Poomtangon: Portikus under water
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Frieze Art Fair in London / Praemium Imperiale for Zaha Hadid and Hiroshi Sugimoto / Views 2009: Prize for Young Polish Art / Guggenheim Foundation Honors Deutsche Bank / PRIMAVERA 2009 promotes young Australian artists / Deutsche Bank Africa Foundation recognised for Long-Term Development of the Arts / Phoebe Washburn at the Kestnergesellschaft / Miwa Yanagi in the Japanese Pavilion / Deutsche Bank supports Yona Friedman’s Project for the Venice Biennale / Artists Awarded at the Venice Biennale
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