With Vincent van Gogh – Between Earth and Heaven: The Landscapes the Kunstmuseum Basel stages a spectacular, comprehensive exhibition of Vincent van Gogh’s landscape paintings. The show comprises seventy paintings, both world-famous key works as well as paintings barely seen previously by the general public. In addition, forty masterpieces by contemporaries from Kunstmuseum Basel’s collection place Vincent van Gogh’s ground-breaking approach to nature in a broader context.
Sequences of human DNA aligned with about a dozen other mammals, created as an illustration for Seed Magazine. The data is from the Mammalian Genome Project at the Broad Institute. This is real alignment data, based on a more “functional” tool that browses this data.
For their 30th Anniversary, the German ‘Arts Magazine’ conceived a photographic exhibition that present Portraits of 70 artists from the last 30 years in an art journalism context and as an exhibition independent
Among the works selected are portraits of Robert Rauschenberg, Daniel Richter, Gilbert & George, Hanne Darboven, Jonathan Meese, Martin Kippenberger, Dash Snow and many other known and not so known artists. Among the photographers are Jürgen Frank, Det Kempke, Robert Lebeck. Robert Lebeck’s portrait of Fernando Botero was the cover of the first edition of ‘Art’ back in October 1979. The exhibition is currently on show at Art Cologne 2009 (until April 26, 2009).
In this video, Ute Thon and Editor in Chief Tim Sommer talk about the concept of the exhibition, how they selected the artists – and their favorite photos.