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.
“These are paintings you’ll want to live with. They are beautiful, make you think and give you a safe place for contemplation.” The exhibit closes this Saturday – so hurry over to Spinnerei!
Peter Krauskopf broke the HGB mould by choosing abstraction over realism. The result is a vibrant state of positive flux that leaves a pleasant taste in your mouth.
Rink forever changed the fabric of Leipzig and its relevance in the art world. See his retrospective, “I do paint!” at MdbK.
See what’s new at G2.
I encourage you to get close to these paintings and see how many shades of black there really are. Tonight’s your chance.