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London’s Tate Modern – Who Am I?

Posted by the editors on Monday, 21 March 2011

The Tate Modern in London by Herzog and de Meuron, 2001

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Kati Krause has written a very interesting and informative article entitled “Tate Modern Finds Its Match – New director Chris Dercon wants to redefine the role of the public museum”  in the Arts & Entertainment section of The Wall Street Journal (online), looking at the role of contemporary art museums, in general, and, much more specifically, the role of London’s Tate Modern, as seen by its new director, Chris Dercon, formerly of P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center in New York, now MoMA PS1, the Witte de With contemporary art museum in Rotterdam, the Boijmans Van Beuningen, also in Rotterdam and Haus der Kunst in Munich.  Dynamic, active, engaged.

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Beautiful, Terrible Photos – Olaf Otto Becker

Posted by the editors on Friday, 19 March 2010

river 2, 07/2008, position 1
© olaf otto becker

Olaf Otto Becker’s photos in his series “Above Zero” at the  Galerie f5.6 in Munich through 24 April 2010 document his trip to western Greenland, and the catastrophic effects of global warming on the environment.  Though the photos themselves are often beautiful, they bear witness to a terrible disaster.

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