Gerhard Richter – Believe the Hype

     |    Monday May 7th, 2012

I didn’t know what to expect when I visited the Gerhard Richter exhibition at the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin a couple days ago. In fact, I must admit that it is only recently that I have first heard about Gerhard Richter. Before going to the exhibition, a friend who is an artist told me that 

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Berlin Diary: Soma and the Reindeer

     |    Saturday December 11th, 2010

Maybe the Soma exhibition at Hamburger Bahnhof had more of an effect on me than I care to admit. When I first entered the hall and saw that there really was a herd of live reindeer living inside I was shocked.  The first thing I photographed was not the deer, not even the exhibition itself 

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High Culture, Low Culture, All Culture, No Culture

     |    Monday September 27th, 2010

    Thomas Traum shows “high” and “low” culture joining hands in a quest for money, sex and power. Let the silicon, clunky bling and car grills smack you in the face. Rolls-Royce meets Ghetto Blaster. 1990’s pure. Traum’s clip reads like a requiem   and shows how what was once an art form of 

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Myths from the Depths of College Graduates

     |    Sunday August 8th, 2010

What happens when a whole slew of recent art school graduates with little to no employment get together to make a film? Flames, theatrics, and inspiring uses of recycled materials, to name a few. An independent film being produced and shot in Connecticut, headed by Olivia Obin, Mooning Over Earth will explore themes of nature, 

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     |    Friday October 9th, 2009

Light Art from Artificial Light, curated by Peter Weibel and Gregor Jansen was an the exhibition at the ZKM (Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie) in Karlsruhe from Nov. 19, 2005 to August 6, 2006. Below you can read excerpts from the press release and find out more about Thomas Wilfred’s positions in the world of Light Art. 

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