Video artist Sandra Schäfer provides insights into a reconstruction project of Hezbollah after the Lebanon War. And examines how architecture influences memory and identity.
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Monumental, political, uncompromising: The extraordinary tapestries of Hannah Ryggen this fall at the Schirn.
Checkmate with Paris air and sparkling champagne. Our last summer drink with an artist who has turned everything upside down. Santé!
What did Berlin sound like 100 years ago? And what makes the sound of Vancouver so special? The strikingly young history of soundscapes.
An exclusive interview with Mary Gabriel about her acclaimed book “Ninth Street Women”, feminism in art history and why she didn’t want to write strictly about women.
Together with deaf students, artist Tarek Atoui created new instruments – in search of a universal perception of sound.
There’s nothing like warm summer nights, long conversations and a refreshing drink! We‘ll tell you about the artists we always wanted to meet and serve the matching drink.
In times of alternative facts, Damir Očko’s films seem more relevant than ever: reminiscent of Bertolt Brecht’s call for truth and exposing the lack of content of political slogans.
Summer holidays with the most fashionable accessories for day dreamers and lottery winners: Surrealistic dresses, game-changing caps and dog towels – all designed by artists.
What would Hitchcock’s “Psycho” be without the strings? Or “Singing in the Rain” without tap dancing? 9 films in which sound and music play the leading role.
The shortlist exhibition at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, opened a amonth before the award ceremony in September. Two of the nominated artists have already been on show at the SCHIRN.
There’s nothing like warm summer nights, long conversations and a refreshing drink! We tell you about the artists we‘ve always wanted to meet and create the matching cocktail.
Music was her first love, this is clearly noticeable in Naama Tsabar’s art. And New York the second. We visited her in Brooklyn and brought her elegant sculptures to life.