Lennart Grau re-interprets the works of the Old Masters, creating brightly-colored works that have met with widespread acclaim and are very much in demand. They hang next to those of artists such as Gerhard Richter.
Richter, Baselitz, Kiefer and Polke are big German names associated with a rebellious trend in 1960s art. An exhibition in Stuttgart, "The Early Years of the Old Masters," highlights their work.
It's the influential artist's inaugural exhibition in Australia: A major retrospective of the work of the world's most expensive living painter, Gerhard Richter, opens in Brisbane.
From the construction boom to violence against women, refugees to the Gezi protests: a Berlin exhibition of modern Turkish photography captures the Bosphorus nation's turmoil through journalistic yet artistic images.
The Futurists glorified it, Pop Art dismantled it, the Fluxus movement set it in concrete. An exhibition at Art Gallery Emden shows how the car has been an influential art object for over a century.
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