For around 50 years she accompanied Bruno Gironcoli as a wife, fellow artist and friend. Christine Gironcoli about the ups and downs of his artistic career and her life with the known maverick.
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A tropical landscape turns out to be the distorted world of a human avatar. In Aleksandar Radan’s film “This water gives back no images” nothing is as it seems and yet incredibly real.
From the better half to the other self: how artist couples question traditional models of relationships.
About overwhelmingly large balloons, golden aliens and outsized spiders: 10 sculptures that outgrew the artists who made them.
Artist and DJ Hans Berg designs multi-layered sounds and intoxicating beats. Here comes his exclusive live set for the DJURBERG & BERG opening party in the SCHIRN.
Christo and his wife Jeanne-Claude seldom did things by halves. A new film about their mammoth project “The Floating Piers” will now come to the cinema.
Liv Schulman’s video work L’Obstruction tells of unfulfilled desires and the search for the meaning of life. And asks why we are alone after all.
Samuel Beckett turns the absurd into the main storyline. And Bruno Gironcoli makes a principle out of it.
Babies straight off the assembly line? Only with Bruno Gironcoli. But we also know about of other manlike machines in the artworld.
A children's nightmare in a medieval fort: The grotesque worlds of Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg at the Bergamo Film Meeting.
For a long time, Lee Krasner lived together with Jackson Pollock in the modest area of Springs, East Hampton. Curator Ilka Voermann travelled to their common house, which still radiates a wondrous feeling of calm.
In the animations of Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg, animals become human and humans become animals. Literally.
About the freedom of art and how ideas turn into artworks. Artist duo Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg on the production of their hypnotic, animated worlds.
Andy Warhol vacuuming, a chief rattling dishes in Chinatown and a “quick” reunion at the steakhouse. Curator Matthias Ulrich on tour in New York.
Embedded in a poetic imagery, three spiritual healers from Brazil talk about their beliefs and practices in Mario Pfeifer's video work “Corpo Fechado”.