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The internationally renowned photographer Walter Vogel is widely known for his unforgettable portraits of Pina Bausch and Joseph Beuys. What has, however, received less attention thus far is his art of photographing female beauty.
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Wo ist die Kunst?

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>>Where is art?”>>is the question on the location of art, and its production and presentation. The combination of artists and their respective thematic or structural foci shows that in recent years in the world of art and exhibitions positions have been established, whose location was freely and confidently chosen, and, equally, have penetrated the periphery of art. In the last ten years, the theoretical debate on the location of art with reference to this empirical basis has, on the other hand, led to statements and publications with an enduring effect on art discourse (and thus, in interaction, on the practice of art).
Thus, what is at stake here is no less than an individual definition of art and the apportionment of a phenomenon to the art system.
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"Wo ist die Kunst?"

ISBN 978-3-936646-67-2

22,40 x 28,00 cm

184 Pages

Softcover, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

Languages: German

Editor

Thomas Kaestle for the
Kunstverein Hildesheim

Marius Babias, Tilman Baumgärtel, Dirk Baumunk, Bazon Brock, Margitta Buchert, Jesko Fezer, Elisabeth Hartung, Dominika Hasse, Hans-Dieter Huber, Hans-Otto Hügel, Thomas Kaestle, Thomas Kapielski, Michael Lingner Pierangelo Maset, Regina Möller, Beatrix Nobis, Radio L’Ost, Siegfried J. Schmidt, Wolfgang Schneider, D. Schürer, Kai Vöckler, Manfred Walz, Peter Weibel, Kurt Weidemann, Ovis Wende, Axel J. Wieder, Heiner Wilharm and others
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The book was published as a view of the exhibition programme 2004 of the
Kunstverein Hildesheim.