Edition Domberger | Klassisch schön zum Jahresausklang

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Yesterday gallery Edition Domberger, Filderstadt opened their 15th online exhibition.

In Klassisch schön zum Jahresausklang they are presenting works from artists like Imi Knoebel. Robert Longo, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Mangold, Nam June Paik, Sigmar Polke, Christo and Andy Warhol. 

It is to be seen until January 12th, 2012 exclusively on Kunstmatrix


Nomen est omen.

In the theaters now: a documentation about Marina Abramovic, the “grandmother of performances”.


augustundjuli. Jagdrevier | German Fine Arts

Fascinated by the variety and ingenuity of deer stands photo collective augustundjuli has captured 30 high seats in their series “Jagdrevier”. 

German Fine Arts is  presenting their photographic work until January 12th, 2013; here you can visit the exhibition in our virtual gallery


Blume. Fliege. Gillerke. Koroscha. van der Duyn. Stilleben | Galerie am Stall

The end of the year is coming closer and Galerie am Stall, Hude is presenting their annual last exhibition entitled “Stilleben”. 

Five artists, among them Martin Koroscha, Herwig Gillerke, Rolf Blume and Willy van der Duyn, have created photographies, paintings, printed graphics and installations that show unexpected and surprising contents. 

On December 2nd, 2012 at 2pm Dutch artist Willy van der Duyn is showcasing his way of working in “Farb-Holzdruck – wie geht das?”

The exhibition is to be seen until December 16th, 2012 and in our virtual exhibition


Congratulations!

The ArtReview has chosen Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev as number 1 of their annual Power 100.


Voilà!

Our virtual exhibitor Galerie Michael Schultz, Berlin recently unveiled its new website! Visit it here.


Man sieht nur, was man weiß | Tagesspiegel

"Audioguides und Apps beim Museumsbesuch werden immer beliebter. Ein Selbstversuch"

More: Tagesspiegel


What is happening in our brain while looking at art?
"Unser Gehirn ist ein kreatives Instrument", ZEIT Online, October 4th, 2012

(Quelle: zeit.de)


Collection Teutloff goes virtual!

After 40 years of collecting art the Bielefeld based Teutloff Photo + Video Collection has recently opened its own virtual museum.

The Teutloff Collection comprises more than 1000 works by almost 300 artists from more than 30 countries and focuses socially, politically, religiously and globally on the human body.

In the opening exhibition The face of freedom works by artists like Alfredo Jaar, Michael Najjar, Boris Mikhailov or Jonathan Horowitz are shown in the virtual building of the German Bundestag. 

The show is to be seen until February 28th, 2013.