Andrea Essweins “copygraphies” are copies that are nonetheless original. She uses a copier not in its function as machine for reproduction, but rather as a medium that helps her to create unique artworks: each of her pictures exists only once.
Beth Yarnelle Edwards
Since 1997 photographer Beth Yarnelle Edwards has been making photographs in idyllic suburban middle-class settings in America and Europe. The first photos in this series were created in California’s Silicon Valley, where the artist lived, and subsequent pictures were made in Germany, France, Spain, Iceland and the Netherlands.
linedesign for the 21st century
edgetensionplease is a declaration of love for the line. It is the extension of the line, the edge in perspectival space – a figurative, spatial exploration of the surface – a game with computer-generated figurative line objects
Das Autobiografische in der Gegenwartskunst
ego documents traces the various possible forms an autobiography can take. The autobiographical act in today’s art is examined as a strategy artists use for telling their life story, for self-documentation, for inscribing themselves in collective cultural memory...
elegant // expressiv
Von Houdon bis Rodin - Französische Plastik des 19. Jahrhunderts
This is the first German publication devoted to tracing the evolution of French sculpture from the Enlightenment to Early Modernism. The title, elegant // expressiv, refers to the fundamental conflict in 19th-century French sculpture between a striving for elegance and for expressiveness.