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Paper Works: Deutsche Bank Art is presenting Ursula Döbereiner and Kirstine Roepstorff at its new press stand for the Frieze Art Fair in London. Here's an introduction of the works.
As a pioneer of Conceptual Art, Lawrence Weiner was one of the first artists to declare writing and language to be sculptural materials. Cheryl Kaplan has asked him for an interview
Fairy tales of heartless girls: works by Miwa Yanagi in Tokyo / Reduced forms: Not Vital at the Kunstraum Salzburg
Tamara Grcic receives art prize / Calendar 2006: Renowned photographers document the art at Deutsche Bank
From Perugino to Jeff Koons: Douglas Gordon's exhibition "The VANITY of Allegory" transforms the Deutsche Guggenheim into a mirror cabinet of artistic identities
Contemporary photography conquers Berlin: extensive retrospectives of the works of Bernd and Hilla Becher and Shirin Neshat, plus the premiere of the fledgling "Photography-Festival"
"Frieze" Time in London: as the fair's main sponsor, Deutsche Bank will be presenting itself with a VIP lounge and an especially designed press stand
Narcissus sends his greetings: the press on Douglas Gordon' s exhibition "The VANITY of Allegory" at the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin
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