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/ Lothar Hempel
View of Lothar Hempel, "Tropenkoller," Modern Art, London, 2015.
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Charlie Fox

“Tropenkoller” translates from German to English as “tropical frenzy,” but the climate seen in these ten pieces collected over the last five years and exhibited at Modern Art, London doesn’t really come from anywhere other than some intoxicated area within Lothar Hempel’s brain. Throughout the two decades of his career, Hempel... continue reading
"The Bell Show" at Lüttgenmeijer and "The Gong Show" at Micky Schubert, Berlin
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Ana Teixeira Pinto

"The Bell Show" and "The Gong Show," curated by Dieter Roelstraete, is a two-fold exhibition marking the second collaboration between adjacent galleries in the middle of Berlin Tiergarten, Micky Schubert and Lüttgenmeijer. Illustrating their titles, the shows respectively feature works concerning either gongs or bells. In Lüttgenmeijer’s "The Bell Show" some works are grandiose, like the Teutonic Vertigo-Glocken (Vertigo Bells) (1997) by Carsten... continue reading

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