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A renewed appetite for painterly imagery has erupted. But is the return to brush and canvas really new? Oliver Koerner von Gustorf on the boom in young painting in Germany and the difficulties in being "definitely from today."
In Germany, three large exhibitions at once are dedicated to his work. For a younger generation of artists, Martin Kippenberger is a star. The gallery dealer Bärbel Grässlin on the "Kippenberger Phenomenon".
Ayse Erkmen's Moment Project Shipped Ships in the international art volume ART NOW.
"The Space Between": Akim Monet presented his new photo book in Gstaad, Switzerland.
Between dream and daydream: "Dreamspaces / Entresuenos" in the Lobby Gallery of the Deutsche Bank in New York.
Mexico City: "El Regreso de los Gigantes" documents the triumph of "Heftige Malerei" in Germany.
While figurative painting is currently experiencing a Renaissance, the exhibition "Kasimir Malevich - Suprematism" concentrates on the summit of abstraction. The press loved it.
"I feel very much a part of the art world here ": Liz Christensen about the work she does for the Deutsche Bank Collection New York and her contacts to the city' s lively art and gallery scene.
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