Julia Oschatz shows her work and has a new catalog out

On the occasion of her receiving the Hannah-Höch-Förderpreises (Hannah Höch Advancement Award) of the State of Berlin 2014, Julia Oschatz (born 1970 in Darmstadt) is showing an exhibition of her work in the cabinet room of the painting gallery. She conceived the exhibition specifically for this location by taking, for example, the painting “Netherlandish Proverbs” (1559) by Pieter Bruegel as the starting point for pictorial and medial reflexions for individual scenes and figures.

Her new catalog gives a detailed impression of her works. It contains three written pieces,  by Ursula Panhans-Bühler,  Frank Raddatz, and one by me.

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