Welcome autumn and welcome back dear readers of The News Corner! We have some fresh news for you: we have just launched a new section on our blog where we will publish reviews of exhibitions and books. Our first review was written by Tilman Lingesleben who presented the exhibition Rembrandts Strich (Dresden, Kupferstichkabinett, 14.06.-15.09.19). Read it here! But there's more! Visit our blog to read the latest reports of Ars Graphica events! Thursday, 26 September 2019 Born on this day: Théodore Géricault (1791) SELECTION OF EXHIBITIONS TO VISIT IN THE UPCOMING WEEKS Albrecht Dürer (Vienna, Albertina, until 6 January 2020) Dürer. Il privilegio dell'inquietudine (Bagnacavallo, Museo delle Ca

Rembrandts Spur in Dresden - Gang durch eine Installation im Residenzschloss

Allen, die es nicht mehr geschafft haben, die Ausstellung„Rembrandts Strich“ bis zum 15. September im Kupferstich-Kabinett der Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen Dresden zu besuchen, sei zumindest der wundervolle Ausstellungskatalog empfohlen. Ausstellungshalle Kupferstich-Kabinett im Residenzschloss, SKD, Foto: Tilman Lingesleben, grafisch bearbeitet von Michael Bunge Die Briefmarkensammlung Die eine oder andere Kuratorin, der eine oder andere Restaurator wird ins Stolpern geraten oder sich zumindest am Kopfe kratzen, wenn sie oder er die Ausstellungshalle des Dresdener Kupferstich-Kabinetts betritt, fällt der Blick doch zunächst auf einen Leuchtkasten, der eine Briefmarkensammlung zu präsentieren

AG D&F in Rotterdam

On Friday 21 June, a group of AG D&F members travelled by train to Rotterdam. In the morning they were shown a beautiful selection of architectural drawings at Het Nieuwe Instituut, the museum for architecture, design and digital culture and state archive for Dutch architecture and urban planning. Curator Alfred Marks made a beautiful selection of sketches, inspirational drawings, and fully worked out architectural designs. In the afternoon, Peter van der Coelen, curator of prints at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, gave us a private tour of the exhibition: The Dizzying Imagination of Piranesi, which he made for the Kunsthal in Rotterdam. The group had lively discussions in front of the beauti

Prints in Brabant

On Monday 7 January 2019, AG D&F travelled to the province of Brabant, to first vist Museum De Wieger in Deurne, where AG Member and Hollstein compiler Marjolein Leesberg works as a volunteer. Museum De Wieger is located in the former home of the "pictor/doctus" Hendrik Wiegersma. In addition to paintings, drawings, and woodcuts by Wiegersma himself, the collection contains works by artists from the period 1900-1940, such as Ossip Zadkine, Theo van Doesburg, Jan Sluijters, Charley Toorop etc. Curator (and collector) Lex van de Haterd showed us around the museum and the exhibition Jozef Cantré, sculptor and woodcarver, The Dutch years (1918-1930). In the afternoon, the group visited the Neder

Private tour through the exhibition “Provenienzen im Fokus” at Kunsthaus Zürich

On 5th of september I had the pleasure to guide a groupe of Members of AG Swiss through the exhibition "Provenienzen im Fokus" at Kunsthaus Zürich. An exhibition which I realised througout a provenance project in collaboration with Silja Meyer and Simone-Tamara Nold between 2017 and 2019 at the graphic departement of the museum. Supported by a grant from the Federal Office of Culture, the provenance project aimed to research and make public the provenances of all new acquisitions made by the Collection of Prints and Drawings from 1933 to 1950. During this period, some 10,000 works on paper were donated to or acquired by the Collection. The research project focused on some 3,900 items.None of

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