Moritz Pankok is a German scenographer, director, curator and fine artist living in Berlin. A great-nephew of expressionist artist Otto Pankok, who documented Sinti life in late Weimar-era Germany and was labelled a degenerate artist by the Nazis, he is interested in socially engaged art projects. Pankok is the art director of Galerie Kai Dikhas, a private gallery in Berlin dedicated to Roma contemporary art. He was curator of the recent exhibition of work by the Austrian-Romani painter Ceija Stojka, which ran until October 6 at Gallery8, Budapest, the nonprofit counterpart of Kai Dikhas.(We Were Ashamed, Gallery8, Budapest, Hungary, … Read more
NEW: ARTMargins Print 11:1-2
ARTMargins Print is pleased to announce the publication of the Volume 11, Issue 1-2.
This double issue of ARTMargins consists of two sections. First comes a special issue, edited by Sven Spieker and Tom Holert (“The Heresy of Didactic Art”), followed by a section where we offer four new research articles on topics aligned with other editorial priorities.
ARTMargins Print: Vol 11, Iss 1-2
The Heresy of Didactic Art — by Spieker S, Holert T.
14 Jun, 2022
In The Vortex of Institutional Lives — by Krauss A, Thajib F.
13 Jun, 2022
Scenes of Access, Politics of Difference — by Karambeigi P.
12 Jun, 2022
12 Jun, 2022
11 Jun, 2022
Miklós Erdély, Ernst Bloch, Kurt Gödel, and Hidden Green — by Hornyik S.
10 Jun, 2022
Hidden Green by Miklós Erdély — by Bartholyì E, Orbán K.
9 Jun, 2022
The Notebook — by García D.
8 Jun, 2022
From The Editors — by
7 Jun, 2022
6 Jun, 2022
4 Jun, 2022
Reassessing Moscow Conceptualism: The View from the Nest — by Nicholas MA.
3 Jun, 2022
Photography Against Reproduction: Željko Jerman’s My Year, 1977 — by Rounthwaite A.
2 Jun, 2022
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