I returned to Dresden, Germany in October to work at the Grafikwerkstatt. I experimented with printing the surfaces of old wood planks and recycled cardboard. Dresden graphic artist, Udo Haufe, and I collaborated once again on two separate editions and a couple of unique prints.Udo with hands up. Dresden on the Elbe.
A few of my works were included in a group show, Cracking the Combinations, at turn-berlin gallery in Berlin, Germany. Curated by gallery co-owner, Brian Hackney, the show included works by several interesting artists from Germany, Denmark, Ireland, the Netherlands, the Unites States and elsewhere. Here's a link to more information on the gallery, and the lively programming that owners Jan Hughes and Brian Hackney are developing:Packing pieces for the show.The gallery is located within the courtyard of Josetti Hoefe on Jungestrasse.
Scenes from a drive.
I'm posting images that I've been accumulating on that tiny chip in my camera over the last few months. After visiting LACM's exhibition on Joseph Beuys, I thought I'd better get on with cataloging some notes from the field.
Here's a link to information on the Beuys exhibition. http://www.lacma.org/press/releases/beuys.pdf
And, thoughts on tunnels.>> Previous Next <<