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“Disappearing Legacies: The World as Forest”

CENTRUM FüR NATURKUNDE, Hamburg

View of Revital Cohen and Tuur van Balen, Raggiana, Emperor, and Red, all 2017.
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Stefan Heidenreich

Museums are known today as natural habitats for art. But in Renaissance Europe, before their collections specialized in works of art, museums hosted cabinets of curiosities, with their awkward mixtures of rare and bizarre objects. In the eighteenth century, demand arose across Europe to open museum collections—typically owned by royalty,... continue reading
Etel Adnan

SFEIR-SEMLER GALLERY, Hamburg

Etel Adnan, Untitled, 2010. Oil on canvas, 24 cm x 30 cm.
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Steffen Zillig

Articles about Etel Adnan’s paintings tend to start with her impressive cultural breadth—with her Christian Greek mother, Muslim Syrian father, and the triangle of her travels. Born in Beirut in 1925, she studied philosophy at the Sorbonne in Paris, and later taught at San Rafael College in California, but with... continue reading

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