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/ KERSTIN STAKEMEIER
Natalie Czech, Voyelles I, 2013.
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Kerstin Stakemeier

Natalie Czech’s first exhibition at Capitain Petzel is an exemplary case of thought rendered in the medium of photography. In her series “Poems by Repetition” and “Voyelles” (both 2013), Czech employs photography as a means of inhabiting a range of artistic literary genres—poetry, journalistic media, lyrics from popular music, and... continue reading
General Idea’s “P is for Poodle”

MAI 36 GALERIE, Zürich

View of General Idea’s “P is for Poodle” at Mai 36 Galerie, Zürich, 2013.
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Kerstin Stakemeier

There are always good reasons to organize a General Idea exhibition—not because of new work or freshly discovered findings, but because the artistic collective’s only surviving member AA Bronson has cultivated an afterlife of General Idea that persists into the present day. First initiated in 1969, its central members AA Bronson, Felix... continue reading
View of “it’s just a way to stay alive / Zukunftswahn,” Deborah Schamoni Galerie, Munich, 2013.
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Kerstin Stakemeier

Munich is a place for long shots. It lacks Berlin’s elegantly wasted charm and it is not an international youth hostel of art. Quite on the contrary, for emerging artists or for young galleries Munich is a rough patch with its incredibly high rents and living expenses. But its haute... continue reading

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