In an interview with the editor Matthias Winzen, Stephan Balkenhol – who has subjected one of his trademark patiently forbearing figures on this occasion to a “Balancing Act” for the anniversary of German reunification – also maintains that a meaningful monument to commemorate German unity is a tricky enterprise.
In Sankt Elisabeth
Apostolic General Vicariate Fulda (Ed.)
Kassel’s prestigious documenta in the Church of St.
finger in the pie
bankleer, Karin Kasböck & Christoph Maria Leitner (Eds.)
A carnival game played by drunken visitors to Munich’s Oktoberfest is used in a video as a metaphor for the German economy: that’s just one of the recent projects by Karin Kasböck and Christoph Maria Leitnerthe, the Berlin-based, anti-capitalist artistic duo known as bankleer.
Collected Writings and Interviews
Detlev Gretenkort and Karsten Schubert
The outstanding British publisher Ridinghouse brings out the most comprehensive look into the life and work of German abstract expressionist Georg Baselitz.