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The exhibition "So Sorry" by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei was accompanied by a blog that contained images, texts, and videos about the exhibition's four-week installation, and its extensive public program. It also ran entries dealing with the artist's violent arrest in China, his ensuing health problems, and his emergency operation in Munich – all documented by Ai Weiwei as a sign of his artistic freedom. MORE


Ai Weiwei



Ai Weiwei: "Dust to Dust", 2009


FREAKS - Will Benedict über die Künstlerin Anita Leisz

While visiting her in her studio Anita Leisz showed me two versions of a new work that were almost identical except one was 2 cm taller. She explained that the taller of the two was too tall and that she couldn’t use it... MORE

Vincent Fecteau: The Fairy's Hole

The Fairy's Hole: Vincent Fecteau's Caveman Sculpture MORE

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Sculptural Acts - Essay by Patrizia Dander and Julienne Lorz

Sculptural Acts brings together two seemingly disparate elements: sculpture and the act. While sculpture is ordinarily associated with a state of stasis, the act suggests movement or an action of some sort. MORE


Resistance — Thought Pictures for the Future

11.12.93 – 20.02.94



Amar Kanwar

08.10 – 09.11.08

In his 19-part film essay "The Torn First Pages"Amar Kanwar deals in a direct, elliptical and metaphorical way with the fight for a democratic society, with political exile, memory and alienation. MORE