78 issue
November 13
After Georg Baselitz, Ellsworth Kelly, and most recently Gerhard Richter, Neo Rauch is now designing an artist’s edition of “Die Welt. [more]
Mathilde ter Heijne’s installation “Woman to Go” is currently on exhibit in the Deutsche Bank Lounge at the Frieze Art Fair in London. [more]
Art critics have been proclaiming the end of painting since the age of modernism, but a new interest in the medium’s complex and conflicting tradition, as well as its possibilities, has recently emerged. [more]
She is regarded as “the” chronicler of 1920s Berlin, but now a heretofore lesser known side of the painter Jeanne Mammen is being discovered. [more]
Fefe Talavera is a star of Brazilian street art. Now one of her colorful “Monster Paintings” adorns the portal of the Deutsche Bank Towers in Frankfurt. [more]
“When in Warsaw, don’t let first impressions fool you. Look instead for the many small faults in the resplendent façades of the city,” says Karol Sienkiewicz. [more]
His series “Südsee” is currently being shown at the Deutsche Bank-sponsored California-Pacific Triennial in the Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA). [more]
As a curator at the Serpentine Gallery, Nicola Lees had already encouraged artists to experiment with all kinds of media. She continues on this path as the new curator of the Frieze Projects. [more]
Prizewinners from Germany, international guest artists from the Mediterranean region: the Villa Romana in Florence has long been a nexus for generations of artists and a wide range of scenes and nationalities. [more]
They will soon be appearing as “Wichtel and the Wuchteln” alongside Jan St. Werner, Rosa Barba, and Klaus Sander in the Villa Romana text/sound/cooking show SÜDEN (SOUTH), taking place in the KunstHalle atrium. [more]
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It´s About Freedom - Philip Guston´s Late Works in the Schirn / In Search of Impossible Art - The Zacheta Presents the Views Nominees for 2013 / To Paint Is To Love Again - The Deutsche Bank KunstHalle Celebrates Painting
News
Wolves in Brisbane - Cai Guo-Qiang's "Head On" at the Gallery of Modern Art / A Place of Art Production and Exchange - Villa Romana at the Bundeskunsthalle / Views 2013 - Lukasz Jastrubczak Wins the Most Important Prize for Young Polish Art / Regarding the Other - Lorna Simpson at the Haus der Kunst / Women Artists in London - The Highlights of Frieze Week 2013 / Jubilee in Regent’s Park - 10th Year of Deutsche Bank’s Partnership with Frieze London / Stitching Instead of Spraying - New Art for Züri West / Britain's Got Talent - Deutsche Bank Award Winners Announced in London
Press
"Breathtaking in Part" - The Press on Frieze London and Frieze Masters / "A Great Start" The Press on the First Exhibition at the KunstHalle



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