LeipGlo contributors Justina, Áine and Heiner all went to see DOK Leipzig 2019 competition entry “Photographer of War” by Boris Benjamin Betram. Their diverging reactions and thoughts on the film are chronicled in our feature.
Zagreb’s “Leipzig Connection” covers artworks from the 1960s, including insights into material that influenced the Leipzig School, up to a representation of the New Leipzig School: the post-communist generations of painters trained by the earlier masters.
November is around the corner and brings a fresh lineup of art events to Leipzig. Find out about all the best exhibitions from our art insider Clementine in our monthly roundup.
Part 8 of our German series by Nils Müller on local artists: “Sie zeigt uns dieses Volk bei seiner Freilassung. Das Volk, das es besser haben wollte und das es leid war, nur das Innere eines Käfigs ablaufen zu können und immer nur das gleiche zu fressen.”
October brings a whole slew of art events to Leipzig. An exciting month filled with more artist-run initiatives that offer true insight into what is being created in the city.
“Taking inspiration from abandoned buildings, a complex relationship with capitalism and the physical energy of the city, American artist Christopher Sperandio has found Leipzig to be the perfect city to launch his latest comic, Vampire Bat.”