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The MoMA Myth: Oliver Koerner von Gustorf writes about Princeton University, the Bauhaus and Alfred Barr Jr., the visionary founder of the Museum of Modern Art.
States of utter intensity: Ulrich Clewing on Günther Uecker's works in the Deutsche Bank Collection, the Gruppe ZERO and the credo of this creative movement.
One of the world's most popular video artists: Deutsche Bank and the Berlin University of the Arts - UdK give Pipilotti Rist the 2003 01 award.
Miwa Yanagi's limited-edition Midnight Awakening Dream, exclusively created for the Deutsche Guggenheim, is available by the meter.
Miwa Yanagi's portraits of women combine modern Japanese reality with surreal utopias. They can be seen at the Deutsche Guggenheim starting on January 31.
With the Deutsche Bank as exclusive sponsor, Mies van der Rohe's Neue Nationalgalerie will become MoMA in Berlin from February 20 through September 19, 2004.
Richard Artschwager exhibition at the Wörlen Foundation in Passau: the press prophesies experiments and some surprises.
Cheryl Kaplan visits Deutsche Bank's new U.S. headquarters in New York and discovers 45 ways of looking at the building's artworks.
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