I am daily Mirror Represents Joanna Knittfeld Berlin Artist Olaf Holzapel His earlier abstraction cities – some are on the bus Schwartz Villa Seen in Berlin – Twelve years Desi women In Vichy in northern Argentina. The critic is somewhat uneasy about this: women “rule” Special needle binding technique With Chaugur, a material that is obtained from cactus plants in a complex process. Holzapfel likes technology, natural colors and materials. He asked the weavers to ‘weave the images of the city, its shadow and the designs of its individual blocks. The artist “is waitingMay interfere slightly. But he likes those who protest, as he believes. The women of rural Chaco weave their abstract designs of the cities. … Holzapfel has mastered aesthetics, paradox and conception. Questions arising above his point of view. Will be here Given place or appropriatedThe “
In Monopoly hat Donna Schön has no problem with Holzfel’s work: after all, it’s about weaving, so About to add. Argentinian artists also see this Guido Unito Hence, whose carpets have also been displayed in the Schwartz Villa. “The terminology of weaving, says Yanito, actually serves as a common languageWhich facilitates communication. The artist was born in 1981, who grew up in a region in northern Argentina, characterized by the textile trade; Long before his studies at the Universidade National de Córdoba, he found his way into art through material. Consequently, despite all cultural and linguistic differences, there is always a level of communication that he shares with the weavers Argentina, Peru or Brazil Share. “
also for Monopoly Talks Julia Rinal with Photo Journalist Sitar thalia ambrosio. It’s essentially about the question of how People in odd circumstances – Protesters, Refugees – Photographed without using them: “A photograph shows a landscape, a sand hill and another small hill atop a sand hill”, Ambrosio cites an example of his work Portrait series from Bosnia. “It is flat again behind this. When I Home from bosnia Came, I showed my mother a picture and asked her: ‘Mother, what do you see?’ ‘Yes, sand.’ ‘What else do you see?’ ‘The landscape. “This is Bosnia and this is Croatia and there is nothing in between.” I find it exciting to throw back the recipients’ questions with my photos. Many things catch the bus So still a, This picture, it is quiet and secret, and no one knows who will notice that there a border is; That the people there are living in misery and if they reach there they will be beaten. “
Gursky-Ritrospective Museum of Fine Arts In Leipzig (Does) And exhibition “The Vision and Terror of Modernity“In Wuppertal Von-der-heyed museumInvestigation of the impact of industrialization on the performing arts (Does) Belongs to.
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