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Expressionism loved "primitive" art and unspoiled paradises. In his "Blue Rider Extended Remix," Chris Ofili looks back on the one-time European avant-garde to create his modernist blues.
Marcel Dzama used to get beat up by the big boys. But revenge is sweet. Now, the squirt from the suburbs has become the new superstar of the American art scene. Cheryl Kaplan visited him.
Deutsche Bank sponsors the 2007 German Pavillon at the 52nd Venice Biennial with works by Isa Genzken /Pyramid Awards in London supports new talents
World Cup referees are impressed by "Blind Date Seligenstadt" / William Kentridge shows his installation "Black Box / Chambre Noire" in Salzburg
Living Legend in Guest Appearance: the Guggenheim Collection takes the deck with a lavish selection of masterpieces in Bonn.
The exhibition "Dialog Skulptur" in the Kulturspeicher Würzburg arranges encounters between drawing and plastic works.
Tragic Beauty: For his exhibition "Head On," Chinese art star Cai Guo-Qiang blew up a whole house in Berlin.
"Deutsche Bank as a Matchmaker": the press found the exhibition "Blind Date Seligenstadt" full of surprises.
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