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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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Interview with Felix Oehmann

Felix Oehmann (*1985, Heidelberg) lives and works in Berlin. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Karlsruhe and graduated 2012 as Meisterschüler of Prof. Harald Klingelhöller. His works have recently been exhibited in a double solo exhibition with Salome Ghazanfari „United Colors“ at Cruise & Callas, Berlin, in the group exhibition „Better than […]

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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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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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Interview with Andreas Blank

Andreas Blank is a sculptur living and working between London and Berlin. Indechs had the opportunity to discuss with him his life long artist membership at the well known Groucho Club in London for our Contemporary Club Culture Week. The Groucho Club is a private members club, formed in 1985, open to men and women. […]

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Interview with Eloise Hawser

Born in 1985 in London, Eloise Hawser received a BFA from Oxford University just before moving to Frankfurt where she studied at the Staedel Academy in the class of Tobias Rehberger. Her sculptural practice is deeply concerned with the way things are made, and draws on a wide range of references, materials and processes that make up our industrial environment. […]

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Interview with Talaya Schmid of Berta Koch collective

From a women only to an artist only club: the Chelsea Arts Club is probably one of the oldest institutions of its kind: Founded in 1891, the club today counts around 2400 members, amongst them artists, poets, architects, writers, dancers, actors, musicians, photographers, and filmmakers. Besides being a popular hangout for its members, the  Chelsea Arts Club serves as a host for […]

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