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frieze d/e

Issue 8

Feb - Mar 2013

Issue 8 of frieze d/e turns its focus to the Rhineland with a roundtable featuring Renate Goldmann, Hannes Loichinger, Marcel Odenbach, Susanne Titz and Gregory H. Williams who discuss the myths and realities of the Cologne art scene in the early 1990s and the effects of its enduring legacy in places as far afield as Berlin and New York.

Thomas Schütte speaks with Ulrich Loock about four decades of art making and the place of public monuments in his disparate practice.

Timotheus Vermeulen reports from Dusseldorf on the growing interest in a generation of artists graduating from the academy and a city emerging from the shadow of its glory days of the 1970s and ’80s.

Tom Morton examines the feints, swerves and coded allusions in the work of Michael Krebber, with the first major retrospective of his work at CAPC Bordeaux.

Grey Planes No. 2, 1993, Acrylic on linen

Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen

By Pablo Larios
Sex Dolls (detail), 2012, Installation view, 15 plastic dolls

Kunsthalle Zürich

By Jörg Scheller
Umschläge #8, 2011–12, Archival pigment print on Alu-Dibond; from the series Umschläge, 2011–2

Capitain Petzel

By Astrid Mania
Untitled (GULAG) (detail), 2012, Mixed media

Kunsthalle Krems

By Vitus Weh
Blonde, 2012, archival pigment print

Marc Jancou Contemporary

By Alexis Jakubowicz
Eröffnungsabend in der Galerie Max Hetzler in der Kamekestraße, Köln, 1983 (courtesy: Wilhelm Schürmann)

Discussing the myths and realities of the Cologne art scene – a roundtable with Renate Goldmann, Hannes Loichinger, Marcel Odenbach, Susanne Titz and Gregory H.

By frieze d/e
Marcus Steinweg, Diagram: Philosophy as Art (detail), 2012, Laser print, Edding, tape on paper

Bielefelder Kunstverein

By Eva Scharrer

What was so special about Cologne’s art scene in the ’90s?

By Dominikus Müller
The Ear, 2011, oil on canvas

Bawag Contemporary

By Jörg Heiser
Chariot, 2012, mixed media, (courtesy für alle Bilder: die Künstlerin; BQ Berlin; Herald St, London, und Kimmerich, New York)

Alexandra Bircken uses found objects and lost materials to create wildly associative and unruly sculptures

By Paul Teasdale
Lichtbild Atlas 2 3, 2011 (courtesy: der Künstler & Galerie Sabine Knust, München)

In this series, frieze d/e asks artists to discuss the technical and logistical background to their works

By Olaf Holzapfel
Ein Bild gehört Cosima, 2000, paper, acrylic and linen (courtesy: Collection Cosima von Bonin, Köln; © für alle Bilder: der Künstler)

Tom Morton examines the feints and swerves, coded allusions and insider intimacies in almost three decades of work by Michael Krebber

By Tom Morton