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Every painting is a window on the world, as Güther Förg says. Brigitte Werneburg introduces his paintings at the ibc in Frankfurt - a painterly investigation into globalized architecture.
Paintings for Ikea: In the "View 2005" show at the Zacheta Gallery in Warsaw, seven nominees for the Prize for Young Polish Art address the changes taking place in their home country.
Going once, going twice: with over 50 works from its collection, Deutsche Bank is sponsoring a successful benefit auction for the Kunstforum Seligenstadt.
Higher, faster, better: the current Art Basel Miami Beach once again broke every record. But can the glamorous event outdo itself once more? A report.
A house for artists by artists: with the large exhibition "Arcadia of Modernism," the New Museum in Weimar is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Villa Romana in Florence.
Mourning work: William Kentridge's installation "Black Box/ Chambre Noire" at the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin recalls the first genocide of the 20th century.
Subtle Interventions: Ariane Grigoteit in a conversation with Maciej Kurak, the winner of the Prize for Young Polish Art.
Controversial mourning work: press reactions to William Kentridge's "Black Box/ Chambre Noire" at the Deutsche Guggenheim.
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