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Theme Week – Participate – Tino Sehgal

One artists who has certainly gained a lot of recognition for its human interventions in the last couple of years is British-German artist Tino Sehgal. Last time, we mentioned him as a Turner Prize Nominee in 2013. In what he describes as „constructed situations“, he defies the traditional context of museum and gallery environments by focusing […]

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Interview with Simon Senn

Simon Senn is a Swiss artist, who mainly works with video. His films deal with human behavior and patterns of interaction. His explorations of group dynamics and individual responses take place in contexts defined by the artist, including an artist’s talk, a friend’s bedroom and a South African housing project. Through his deliberately candid filming […]

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Interview with Hynek Martinec

Hynek Martinec is a Czech artist, living and working in London, UK. His paintings are ambitious statements about time, spirituality and the nature of reality. Hynek Martinec’s hyperrealist images combine a deep commitment to the history of painting with a very personal understanding of the contemporary situation and reflect an extraordinary set of traditional painting skills. […]

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Sunday Read

Sunday Read is a weekly feature on books we come across and like.  In addition to of course the content, our focus lies primarily on the design, its haptic and layout. This is reflected upon through unique set ups, that is presented in a series of photographs. A small statement in the end provides you with all […]

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Interview with Benjamin Hirte

Benjamin Hirte is part of younger generation of artists from that has attracted quite some attention to his work over the past years. His sculptures combine purist forms with artistic creativity and a delicate sense for spatial coherences. He often uses basic forms such as the chair or a table or everyday objects as the starting […]

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Sunday Read

Sunday Read is a weekly feature on books we come across and like.  In addition to of course the content, our focus lies primarily on the design, its haptic and layout. This is reflected upon through unique set ups, that is presented in a series of photographs. A small statement in the end provides you with all […]

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Interview with Jack Strange

We are proud, that Indechs is expanding beyond the Internet into the physical realm. The Indechs team collaborated exclusively on the second exhibition of sammlung FIEDE at Schlachthaus Aschaffenburg. Ø 1985, an exhibition of works by Maximilian Arnold, Constantin Hartenstein, Eloise Hawser, Absolute Vitality Inc. by Keller/Kosmas (Aids3D), Sarah Maple and Jack Strange, opened last Saturday privately […]

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