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Interview with Malte Zenses

Malte Zenses is a Berlin based artist, who studies at the Hochschule für Gestaltung, Offenbach and the Academy of fine arts in Düsseldorf. His work is a constant personal reflection of places and emotions in time, playing with specially developed tags, signs and language. Sending the viewer on a journey of its own, creating a […]

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„Field Trip“ – a collaboration between Independent Collectors and Indechs

“Field Trip” is a biweekly collaboration between Indechs.org and Independent Collectors – an online platform for collectors of contemporary art. Carefully curated and documented through our own personal experiences, each online article is a personal journey within the art world; featuring exclusive studio visits and exhibition views from galleries and museums world wide.

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Writer`s Wednesday – on exhibtitions

Salon Kennedy is happy to announce the first solo exhibition of Malte Zenses „Aber“. The term “Aber” / ”But” is used commonly in both the German and English language. Used to introduce an added statement, usually something that is different from what was said before, it automatically debilitates the former declaration. Why do we tend […]

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„Field Trip“ – a collaboration between Independent Collectors and Indechs

“Field Trip” is a biweekly collaboration between Indechs.org and Independent Collectors – an online platform for collectors of contemporary art. Carefully curated and documented through our own personal experiences, each online article is a personal journey within the art world; featuring exclusive studio visits and exhibition views from galleries and museums world wide. This time […]

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Let´s paint the town – Mondrian Style

In celebration of 100 years of De Stijl art movement, The Hague is „Mondrianizing“ prominent buildingy of the city. In line with the year long program „Mondrian to Dutch Design“ numerous buildings will be covered up in black, white, blue, yellow, and red rectangles, simulating Piet Mondrian’s signature and revolutionary geometric painting style. The adaptation […]

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New Furniture

The recent exhibition at the design gallery Chambers, in New York presents a collection of furniture, curated by Matylda Krzykowski as an homage to Richard Hamilton`s work from 1956, titled „Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing?“ At that time the work was a commentary on the dawn of the […]

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Writer´s Wednesday – On exhibitions

Kunstverein Wiesen e.V. presents the duo exhibition with Robert Brambora and Jan Kiefer “Forward to history“. Thematically juxtaposing the works by both artists, partially developed specifically for the space, allows for a discourse around turmoil and changing technology, accompanying problems and the reflection thereof in todays society. Starting with a mutual interest in materiality and […]

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