Light, Steam, and Ice: the Icelander Olafur Eliasson also implements photography to investigate the relationship between nature and culture. An interview.
Brain Storms: in Marc Brandenburg's drawings, scenes of the everyday combine with mass media images to form distorted stagings in black and white. A portrait.
Cross, Square, and Circle: the edition to the exhibition in the Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin quotes the fundamental forms of Malevich's Suprematism.
As part of artiparlando Deutsche Bank representatives speak about corporate art management on February 11 at Bolzano University.
Wax figures and sword warriors: Hiroshi Sugimoto’s "Portraits" in the Singapore Art Museum.
Between dream and daydream: "Dreamspaces / Entresueños" in the Lobby Gallery of Deutsche Bank New York.
"Relax, it's just wax": while Singapore's press discovers "uncanny similarities" in Sugimoto's "Portraits," Kara Walker is accused of voyeurism in Vienna.
Nikoline Kästner and Elisabeth Bushart need good eyesight and nerves of steel before the Malevich exhibition opens in Berlin: they're the collection's restorers.
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