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Conservative Stadtmuseum München opens up to Urban Art

Galeria Autonomica Last month the City Museum of Munich, Germany, held an exhibition that featured artists from Europe, Asia, and Australia. They were connected by their confident artistic position, focusing on their artistic statement rather than creating easily accessible and understandable works. The curators Christian Minke and Christoph Pankowski believe that now it’s more important …

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Why are Sol LeWitt’s wall drawings so influential?

Sol LeWitt’s Wall Drawings 1,350 Wall Drawings in four decades Over the course of his prolific and influential career, Sol LeWitt (1928–2007) produced approximately 1,350 wall drawings, comprising approximately 3,500 installations at more than 1,200 venues. Why did Sol LeWitt let others paint his ideas? Early in his career, Sol LeWitt began to have others …

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Luciano Calderon’s first museum solo exhibition

Luciano Calderon’s Ciudad Esperanza On June 19, 2013, Ciudad Esperanza, Luciano Calderon’s first solo exhibition in a museum pre-opened at Museo de Arte Antonio Paredes Candia in El Alto, Bolivia. The exhibition is a continuation of his recent exhibition, El Choco, in which Calderon’s hometown of El Alto and the neighboring city La Paz played …

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Luciano Calderon & Public Delivery – El Choco exhibition

El Choco El Choco was a solo exhibition by the Swiss-Bolivian artist Luciano Calderon. He showed completely new works ranging from videos to sculptures and paintings. The exhibition took place in one of Bolivia’s most important non-commercial art spaces, Centro Cultural de España en La Paz (CCELP). Video trailer 4 …

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Karl Haendel’s large murals don’t make any sense

Los Angeles & New York: One mural each In 2009, Los Angeles-based artist Karl Haendel made two large scribble murals. One was his first public installation in New York. The other, a similar painting, was executed in Los Angeles. His gigantic scribbles are an anti-heroic gesture with roots in street art, public mark-making and a …

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Who is Katharina Grosse & Why does she matter?

Born on October 2, 1961, in Freiburg im Breisgau, Katharina Grosse is a German artist. She uses architecture, painting, and sculpture in her artworks, which tend to be large-scale, site-related installations. Grosse attended art academies in Düsseldorf and Münster. After her education, she taught at the Art Academy Berlin-Weissensee for more than a decade …

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What is the Senseless Drawing Bot? By Takahiro Yamaguchi & So Kanno

The Senseless Drawing Bot by the two Japanese Takahiro Yamaguchi and So Kanno explores the relationship between machine and art and was shown at the exhibition “UTOPIA no OSHIRASE” in Tokyo in October 2011. What the device does The Senseless Drawing Bot is a self-propelling device on a skateboard that sprays abstract linework on …

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Luciano Calderon’s solo exhibition Street Dreams in Germany

Public Delivery presents Luciano Calderon at Ruttkowski68 in Cologne, Germany. The exhibition opens on October 7th, 2011, at 8 pm. The exhibition is on display until October 30th, 2011. About the exhibition Coming from the ghetto of Villa 31 in Buenos Aires, Luciano Calderon (b. 1985) is showing new works on canvases. The exhibition is …

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