Maíra Goldschmidts Favoriten im Frühling

Das Beste aus Ausstellungen, Literatur, Film und Fashion - immer mit einem guten Schuss Kunst!   Unsere Fashion Redakteurin Maíra Goldschmidt stellt für Euch einmal im Quartal ihre persönlichen Highlights aus Deutschland und über seine Grenzen hinaus zusammen....

„Mon coeur fait vroum“ with Neal Fox

In the right context, repetitions can be a beautiful thing – or to put it another way, less can indeed be more. So the tradition of the so-called "Three questions" – an easy way of finding out what it is that drives artists in their work – seems a natural fit for...

„Mon coeur fait vroum“ with Martin Ogolter

In the right context, repetitions can be a beautiful thing – or to put it another way, less can indeed be more. So the tradition of the so-called „Three questions“ – an easy way of finding out what it is that drives artists in their work – seems a natural fit for...

From Quant to Dior, a vintage fashion & photography extravaganza!

Yes, we are aware of the irony of featuring exhibitions taking place in the land of Brexit, but we are Europeans and we will always love the British capital for what it's worth, especially for its rebellious and creative sense of fashion. Take, for example, the...

The fabulous world of Mrs and Mr Bateman

You know how it is with good stories. They happen to the sort of people who can tell them, and of course we all know that poets will engineer the future. Selena Beaudry, Clemmie Myers and Natalie Tredgett, the three women who launched the ongoing and always evolving...

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Maíra Goldschmidts Favoriten im Frühling

Das Beste aus Ausstellungen, Literatur, Film und Fashion - immer mit einem guten Schuss Kunst!   Unsere Fashion Redakteurin Maíra Goldschmidt stellt für Euch einmal im Quartal ihre persönlichen Highlights aus Deutschland und über seine Grenzen hinaus zusammen....

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„Mon coeur fait vroum“ with Neal Fox

In the right context, repetitions can be a beautiful thing – or to put it another way, less can indeed be more. So the tradition of the so-called "Three questions" – an easy way of finding out what it is that drives artists in their work – seems a natural fit for...

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„Mon coeur fait vroum“ with Martin Ogolter

In the right context, repetitions can be a beautiful thing – or to put it another way, less can indeed be more. So the tradition of the so-called „Three questions“ – an easy way of finding out what it is that drives artists in their work – seems a natural fit for...

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The fabulous world of Mrs and Mr Bateman

You know how it is with good stories. They happen to the sort of people who can tell them, and of course we all know that poets will engineer the future. Selena Beaudry, Clemmie Myers and Natalie Tredgett, the three women who launched the ongoing and always evolving...

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„Mon cœur fait vroum“ with Guido Brancher

Repetitions if applied in the right context can be a beautiful thing. We have always been a fan of a "less is more" approach so the tradition of the so-called three question game as an easy tool to understand (a fracture) of the motives of an artist seems a natural...

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CONVERSATIONS: Chiharu Shiota

An Encounter: This might be the best way to describe the feeling when you meet Chiharu Shiota’s monumental and immersive thread installations for the first time. Regarding artist and theorist Lee Ufan, an encounter is a point at which a human being initiates a...

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INTRODUCING: Alexey Shifman and the Destruction Exhibition

With London Photo Fair and Photo Basel coming up, we are not only looking forward to some excellent photography again, but we are also particularly interested in the people who actually run galleries dedicated to photography, which can be a quite challenging area in...

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INTRODUCING: Alexander Iskin

The latest book the artist Alexander Iskin read was the biography of the Russian and later Soviet composer, conductor and pianist Sergei Prokofjew who is probably best known for his addictive fairy-tale masterpiece „Peter and the Wolf“. That being said we suggest to...

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INTRODUCING: Gyun Hur

Yellow shredded silk flowers whirl in the wind. Some remnants leave neon yellow traces on the dusty grounds and greyish waters of the Hong Kong harbor. The softness of the yellow textile visually and mentally collides with the industrial nature of the area. It is a...

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Barfuß bei Monet – Setouchi Triennale auf Naoshima

Eine Reise nach Japan lohnt sich für Freunde der Kunst und Kultur in diesem Jahr besonders, denn ab April 2019 findet auf den japanischen Setouchi Inseln in Japan’s Kagawa Präfektur die Setouchi Triennale statt. Die Inseln sind meiner Meinung nach eines der am besten gehüteten Geheimnisse Japans. Einst tot geglaubt, sind die im Seto-Binnenmeer gelegenen Inseln heute wohl einer der weltweit schönsten Orte um Kunst in perfekter Symbiose mit der Natur zu erleben. Der Vater der Idee ist Tetsuhiko Fukutake. Er beschloss in der 80er Jahren, der Region mithilfe zeitgenössischer Kunst neues Leben einzuhauchen. Mit Erfolg!

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The slow beat of the body that is the skin: Ernesto Neto at MdbK Leipzig

In 2008, Brad Pitt could be seen walking around Art Basel with a yellow nose. What had happened? He had gotten too close to “Antes que eu te engula carrocellflower” (Before I swallow your carrocellflower, 2007), a work by Ernesto Neto, made from elastane tulle and filled with wood spices. The Museum der bildenden Künste in Leipzig, showcases currently two installations by the Brazilian artist. And it does only take those two artworks to transform the entire central hall on the third floor of the museum into a Universe of organic forms and sensorial experiences.
Coeur et art Editor Maira Goldschmidt paid homage to the great Neto!

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