German art

Of course, the age-appropriateness of everything is kept in mind.
The artwork has been hotly debated for years, but its sale signals one thing absolutely: a "very unequal, even obscene distribution of wealth in the world."
In this exhibition, Kota Ezawa shows an animated film as well as a series of light boxes, each of them displaying a deliberately stylized recreation of the stolen work. A quarter of a century later, the mystery of what happened to the works remains unsolved.
The young couple's baby only stops crying when they take him for a drive in the car. One night, the car is stolen and their baby kidnapped, as they stop at a convenience store. In the ensuing caper, the parents set out to steal back their child.
If you only see one gay art show this fall season (and I hope you'll see more than one), it's got to be the incredible, deep, mystifying exhibition at SoHo's Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, Nude in Public: Sascha Schneider, Homoeroticism and the Male Form Circa 1900.
In conjunction with the exhibition, Neue Galerie is presenting 100 gifted works of German and Austrian decorative arts, including
The legendary Jewish gallery owner Alfred Flechtheim lost dozens of precious paintings during the Nazi era. For years, his
On his website, Martin Heuwold (aka "Megx") writes that the process was a fair deal more involved than your average afterschool
German photographer Menno Aden turns familiar interior spaces into alien planes, simply by photographing them from above
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