Archive for the paul thek Tag

Loved: Paul Thek at the Whitney

Regular readers will know I’m a big fan of the late American artist Paul Thek. Recently, we stopped off in New York over the holidays to see the exhibition of work by the late, great American artist at the Whitney (on the last day of the show.) Paul Thek – shown in Andy Warhol’s Screen Test. Image: accessibleartny.com I’ve long
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Troubled Economy: Good for Art?

Is the economic shakedown the best thing that could have happened to the art world? It seems that amid the upheaval and uncertainty, survivors will emerge and we reckon they will be old masters, mid-century and contemporary masters, as well as lesser-known, high quality works. Works that were representative of certain turns in the history of art, despite having fallen
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VoCA loves…Paul Thek, Hamburg (Part Two)

VoCA went to the opening of collector Harald Falckenberg’s newly renovated private museum in Hamburg last week. The space opened with an exhibition of works – a retrospective – of the late American artist Paul Thek. The exhibition, titled Paul Thek in the Context of Today’s Contemporary Art, is on view at the Sammlung Falckenberg from 31 May to 14
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Coming up…

Coming up on VoCA: Paul Thek, Uncle Tom´s Cabine with Tower of Babel, 1976. The Personal Effects of the Pied Piper. Image: zkm.de -The Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin -Paul Thek at the Facklenberg collection, Hamburg -Art criticism debate in London …and more!