Her photomontages influenced the Berlin Dada movement: Maria Morais on Hannah Höch’s unusual biography.
“Acht Grau”: In light of Richter’s work “Acht Grau” (Eight Grey) in the Deutsche Guggenheim, Marion Ackermann and Wolf Tegethoff analyze the meaning of the color grey.
A linguistic journey through New York: Karin Sander’s piece in The New York Times and the accompanying magazine can now be obtained in the “wordsearch box.”
The “Moment” project is creating new connections: a ferry for the Amazon was purchased with the proceeds from Ayse Erkmen’s “Shipped Ships.”
Wax figures and sword warriors: Hiroshi Sugimoto’s “Portraits” in the Singapore Art Museum.
“I wait for the unintended offense”: Kara Walker in Vienna’s MuseumsQuartier.
“This is how minimalism can work in the best of cases.” – How Gerhard Richter’s exhibition has been received in the major German newspapers.
“It’s not about showing a program that people like”: Svenja Gräfin von Reichenbach manages the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin.
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