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contemporary art / history of art

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Artwork of the Month / April 2021

Anti-Buste en voyage dans le Sud, pas plus de 1 km (Anti-Bust travelling in the South, not more than 1 km) Monique Thibaudin 2020 Two mannequin legs, shoes, shopping bag Ephemeral installation Ca. 150 cm height   Monique Thibaudin’s sculpture “Anti-Bust travelling in the South, not more than 1 km” consists of two mannequin legs,… (read more)

80 years Jürgen Waller. 60 years of art

On June 21st 2019, the German painter, ceramist and object maker Jürgen Waller celebrated his 80th birthday. Nearly a month later, three exhibitions in his adopted hometown opened its doors to honour the long-standing rector of the University of Fine Arts in Bremen. Additionally, the Kunsthalle Bremen opened an anniversary show already on June 4th…. (read more)

Jürgen Waller – The people did not want to be reminded to this (German)

Jürgen Waller „Die Leute wollen da gar nicht dran erinnert werden.” Republished interview from July 2010 Jürgen Waller, Maler, Keramiker und Objektmacher hat 1978 im Bremer Stadtteil Gröpelingen mit Studierenden der Bremer Hochschule für Künste drei Außenwände des Bunkers Pastorenweg gestaltet. Das Thema ist die Geschichte des Stadtteils Gröpelingen und der Werft AG-Weser von 1878… (read more)

Artwork of the month / September 2017

Orchidées sur fond Bleu (Orchids on blue background) Monique Thibaudin 2,33 m x 1,33 m 2017 Acrylic and graphite pencil on awning fabric The picture “Orchids on blue background” by Monique Thibaudin is a mixture of printing, painting and drawing, accompanied by letters on an unusual canvas: awning fabric. Mostly central on the blue ground… (read more)

Artwork of the month / November 2015

« Zeste de mer » (Zest of the sea) Marie Cagnasso 2010 100 cm x 100 cm x 20 cm Porcelain, glazed and unglazed, lacquered metal plate “Zeste de mer” is one of Marie’s creations that is part of her sculptures of landscapes, based on the idea “of conservation of something valuable that can disappear”…. (read more)

Artwork of the month / April 2015

« Les joueuses de Cartes » (The card players) Margaret Michel 2006 Table: 113 cm x 100 cm x 60 cm Chairs: 125 cm x 48 cm x 42 cm Two wooden chairs, one wooden table, two electric engines, batteries, inverter, acetate A table, two chairs, all a little bit antiquated, made from wood. What… (read more)