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While he used to listen to Janis Joplin, today it's Jay-Z and other rappers. Brice Marden about why music is as important to him as the brushes he uses.
A symposium on art and architecture accompanied the opening of Your black horizon Art Pavilion by Olafur Eliasson and David Adjaye near Dubrovnik.
Harald Fricke died on July 6. As the arts editor of the Berlin-based taz newspaper and an art critic, he set standards - for db artmag as well.
Deutsche Bank again sponsors Frieze Art Fair 2007 in London and awards the first 'Kandinsky Prize' for contemporary art in Russia.
He dedicated his paintings to Bob Dylan or Patti Smith. Later he painted dancing muses in intricate lines: the terrific Brice Marden retrospective at Hamburger Bahnhof.
Blind Date Istanbul: new acquisitions to the Deutsche Bank Collection at the Sabanci Museum / Barney and Beuys at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice
Oil polarizes: The press discovered in Isa Genzken's Biennale contribution 'a nightmare of macabre beauty,' with newspapers finding it either 'oppressive' or 'stunningly beautiful.'
Memorial for a lesbian liebestod: US-american artist Patricia Cronin in Rome on the trail of the famous - and somewhat infamous - sculptor Harriet Hosmer.
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