Like the virtual world, weaving resembles a binary system, says Prof. Birgit Schneider. A conversation about textiles as precursors of digital codes and tapestries with political message.
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Lee Krasner did not only live in Greenwich Village. The New York art scene met here and she visited Hans Hofmann‘s art school. But her experiences weren‘t always positive.
Belgium waffles, stout and moules frites? You can have it all in Brussels. And the city is a hotspot for contemporary art.
Ilka Voermann and Eleanor Nairne on Lee Krasner’s work and life as an artist, sharing personal anecdotes and exclusive insights into their work.
Colorful cartoons, tufted caves and melting carpets: About the richness of contemporary tapestries.
Which places influenced the artist Lee Krasner? Which traces did she leave? A five-part series about the life of the outstanding artist.
Without rain there’s no water, without water there’s no rice farming, without farming there’s no food. Shen Xin’s film “Warm Spell” takes a sensitive look at the economic, ecological and cultural changes in Thailand.
Energetic, progressive and expressive. How Abstract Expressionists turned the art scene upside down.
Textile art has subversive potential, as demonstrated by an exhibition in Chicago organized by young British architectural collective “Assemble” together with artists from New Orleans.
A vaseline landscape, weightless foil and shards of colored glass: Karla Black creates extensive sculptures of a fragile beauty with everyday materials.
Hannah Ryggen and her family lived in simple conditions on a small independet farm on the west coast of Norway. Even as an artist she was self-sufficient and made all materials on her own.
They are an indispensable part of the ecosystem and yet endangered the world over. The exhibition at Fondation Cartier in Paris is dedicated exclusively to trees in art and science.
She is one of the most remarkable artists of the 20th century. In a major retrospective, the Schirn shows the impressive works of the pioneer of Abstract Expressionism.
Video artist Sandra Schäfer provides insights into a reconstruction project of Hezbollah after the Lebanon War. And examines how architecture influences memory and identity.
Monumental, political, uncompromising: The extraordinary tapestries of Hannah Ryggen this fall at the Schirn.