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Dec 11th, 2016

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Fuck Art!

Increasingly, western society is becoming indifference towards art.  We live in a time, where even people who consider themselves ‘art lovers’ negotiate the price of artworks below their material costs, not covering other overhead (like studio rent) or actually feed the artist! At the same time these very ‘art lovers’ spend massive sums on vacations, TVs, […]

Jun 19th, 2016

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Bitteres Wasser

B I T T E R   W A T E R Philipp Geist | Video-installation/Lightart (Berlin) Thomas Halasczinsky | Video/Film/Photography (New York) Pamela Longbardi | Installation/Painting /Film (Atlanta) Gerhard Mantz | Computeranimation/Video (Berlin) Carol Paquet | Photography/Painting (South Africa/California) Corinna Rosteck | Photo-Video-Installation/ Lightobjects (Berlin) Anne Stahl | Painting/Printmaking (Berlin/California) July 10th until September […]

May 22nd, 2016

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on Water

on Water ist eine Kunstinitiative, die sich mit dem Thema ‘Wasser’ unter den Aspekten humanitärer, wirtschaftlicher, politischer, ökologischer, wissenschaftlicher und historischer Sichtweise künstlerisch auseinandersetzt. Wir planen dazu eine Reihe von Ausstellungen, Kunstaktionen mit Gastkünstlern und interdisziplinären Veranstaltungen. Gegründet wurde die Gruppe on Water  2015 in Berlin von Corinna Rosteck (Photographie und Installation), Anne Stahl (Malerei […]

Mar 15th, 2015

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Ocean Contemporary – GEDOK Berlin

A new exhibition entitled ‘Ocean Contemporary’ will open it’s doors at the GEDOK Gallery in Berlin on 25.April 2015. Featured are various works by several artists that deal with the environmental impact on our plant’s oceans, amongst them Anne Stahl’s ‘Cadet’ and other works.   Cadet is from the ‘Fractal‘ series, which is part of […]

Aug 18th, 2014

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Limited Edition Prints Now Available!

After a lot of back and forth with various publishers who wanted to work with me, I’m now offering Limited Edition Prints via Houzz! Selected works are already available and more will be added soon. These prints are created using archival inks on beautiful matte art paper. Each print is hand signed. I’ve been wanting […]

May 29th, 2014

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Landfill Art Project

When Ken Marquis contacted me about his Landfill Art Project in 2010, I was thrilled and immediately agreed to participate.  The topic of pollution and waste has long been at the center of my work and now I had the opportunity to work with a lot of other artists on one coherently organized project that would […]

Mar 20th, 2014

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Why is this art making people stop in their tracks and look into the sky?

Google’s Aaron Koblin portfolio already is impressive, but when he partnered with Janet Echelman a successful master sculptor and TED talk veteran, something truly new and beautiful emerged. When you put two masterminds and creative trendsetters together, the results are always going to be interesting, but this collaboration goes way beyond interesting! This is the crossroads where […]

Mar 15th, 2013

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Pinning Art?

Pinterest has been around for a while, and it’s been growing into a pretty awesome image sharing and idea generating social network. So, after using it for some personal stuff I decided that I will integrate it with my website. For one, I am slowly adding ‘Pin It’ buttons to my images, so my visitors […]

Nov 4th, 2012

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Artists are becoming marketers

Everywhere you look these days it seems that artists have become marketers – or has it always been like this? I’ve been working as an artist since I graduated from art school in 1994 (and to some extent I was an artist many years before that). When I started out, artists typically did a lot […]

May 25th, 2012

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Working with Pigments – Workshop

I just received an email from Bill Kane, of Digital Grange, a company that provides services for artists, such as photography, framing, stretchers, scanning and printing, about a new workshop they are offering, which would be really interesting to many of my readers here, so I decided to share their message: Pigments, Paint Making and Grounds for […]