Archive for exhibition


Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on 30 January 2018 by delclem


RENATE BERTLMANN (A): from the series Top U29 (2005).
On her current exhibition in Vienna, see:


Modernism in Vienna & Zagreb

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on 29 January 2018 by delclem

NASTA ROJC: Ilica Street, Zagreb Self-Portrait in Hunting Gear (1912)
(from the exhibition: ‚Modernism in Vienna & Zagreb‘, Belvedere, Vienna)
>>review in German (c) DiE PRESSE, 2017


The art Hitler dismissed as ‘filth’

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on 12 March 2014 by delclem

Adolf Hitler and other Nazi officials at the Dada wall at the Degenerate Art exhibition, July 16, 19

“Degenerate Art”: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937. This New York exhibition revisits not only Germany’s ‘Degenerate Art’ show that destroyed so many artistic careers, but the Nazi rhetoric that made the exhibition possible. >review
(c) THE GUARDIAN, 2014

“Vienna – Berlin: The Art of Two Cities”

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on 27 February 2014 by delclem

“Whereas the affinities in literature and music between Vienna and Berlin have been the subject of in-depth study in recent years, there is still a lot of ground to be covered in the visual arts. This is a desideratum that the Berlinische Galerie and the Vienna Belvedere have sought to overcome in a large-scale exhibition organized by both museums.” >review & photos (c) 2014

“Inward-Looking Portraits”

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on 22 December 2013 by delclem

The Lucian Freud exhibition at the Kunsthistorisches Museum was one of the highlights of the autumn 2013 exhibition season. Those who have not yet done so are well advised to check it out before 12 January. It’s worth it! >Text (a bit odd;) & album with images (c) 2013 Also see another text posted earlier.

Photographer & Soviet spy with a conscience

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on 3 October 2013 by delclem

“When Edith Tudor-Hart wasn’t working as a Soviet agent, she was taking lovingly realistic portraits of London’s workers and street children. Now, for the first time, a retrospective is celebrating her double life.” >full text (c) THE TELEGRAPH, 2013

“A brush with the past”

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on 1 October 2013 by delclem

“Ahead of a major new exhibition of portraits from turn-of-the-century Vienna, the award-winning writer Edmund de Waal reveals his own family’s intimate links to the city.” >full text & photo album (c) THE INDEPENDENT, 2013
Ill. above: Portrait of Empress Elisabeth (1899) by Gyula Benczúr