Gesumtkunstwerk @ Saatchi Gallery

The literal translation from German into English of Gesamtkunstwerk is complete artwork. It was first used by Richard Wagner to describe a new type of art in the 19th century, which brought together many different types of art – including painting, literature and music, a new all-inclusive, modern art form. The newest exhibition at the […]

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Wilhelm Sasnal @ Whitechapel

Wilhelm Sasnal is a Polish painter and filmmaker who lives and works in Krakow. His exhibition on show at the Whitechapel Gallery gives its audience a fresh view of history, politics and contemporary art. While there has been extensive comparison between Sasnal and Gerhard Richter, after having seen Panorama at the Tate Modern earlier this […]

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Panorama – Gerhard Richter @ Tate Modern

A panorama is a view over a wide area or of changing events. This is exactly what the curators of ‘Panorama – Gerhard Richter’ at the Tate Modern have shown us. Richter was born in Dresden, East Germany and located to the West in the 1960s. His style continuously changes and the exhibition is a […]

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