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She is the daughter of Klaus
, a multiple Olympic medalist.
(born 6 December 1939 in Velen) is a German equestrian and Olympic champion. He won a gold medal in team dressage at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona with the team from Germany.
is the author of several dressage books. He is an avid member of Xenophen, and like Philippe Karl petitions against the use of rollkur. Balkenhol's earlier riding career consisted of being a mounted policeman. He was also the coach of the U.S. Olympic team. He also received a gold medal with the German team in 1996. At present
is the trainer of Olympic equestrian Laura Bechtolsheimer.
(born 8 April 1972 in Hilden, Germany) is a German Olympic dressage rider. Representing Germany, she competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London where she finished 19th in the individual competition.
In 1994 Princess Nathalie began training on the Swedish stud "Flyinge" with her trainer Kyra Kyrklund, former world champion in dressage. After four years, during which she won the bronze medal at the European Championship with the Danish team, she had to change coaches as Kyrklund moved to England. She teamed up with Klaus
, coach of the German dressage team.
He curated two successive exhibitions at the Palais d'Iéna in Paris : "Pearls Of The North" (with artists Marcel Broodthaers, Atelier Van Lieshout, Joris van de Moortel, Kelly Schacht, The Plug, Anne Wenzel and Scarlett Hooft Graafland) and "Unlimited Bodies" (with Marnie Weber, Tony Oursler, Steven Claydon, Don Brown, Edward Lipski, Stephan
, Damien Deroubaix as well as Lucy+Jorge Orta.
Gary Tatintsian Gallery, previously located in Chelsea, New York in 1999, expanded in 2005 to a new space in Moscow historical centre – right next to the Red Square. “We can do it!” project first opened the space with the works by Peter Halley, Vik Muniz, Tony Matelli, Tony Oursler, Antony Gormley and Stephan
Works of the following artists are part of the sculpture collection of the museum: Stephan
, Ernst Barlach, Michael Buthe, Anthony Caro, Tony Cragg, Canan Dagdelen, Amadeo Gabino, Mathias Goeritz, Shirazeh Houshiary, Leiko Ikemura, Donald Judd, Jiři Kolár, Catherin Lee, Thomas Lenk, Baltasar Lobo, Claes Oldenburg, A.R. Penck, Klaus Rinke, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Tim Scott, Daniel Spoerri, Rini Tandon, Jan Voss, Simon Wachsmuth und Tom Wesselmann.
After a mild tendon strain at the 2004 CDI*** in Dortmund, Germany, McDonald and the Thomas' decided not to compete the mare in the upcoming Athens Olympics selection trials. However, due to their #1 standing in the USEF Grand Prix Rankings, and after a recommendation by Klaus
, the U.S. Dressage Team Coach, the Committee on Selections of the United States Equestrian Federation added her to the short list for the Olympic Games.
Chubarov's monumental works were exhibited at well-known venues in Europe and the United States, and later in Russia. At group exhibitions, Chubarov's works were exhibited together with the paintings of classic artists of the twentieth century—Mel Bochner, Frank Stella, Sol LeWitt, Damien Hirst, Peter Halley and Stephan
. A series of multi-figure compositions was included in the permanent exhibition at the State Tretyakov Gallery.
The earliest works among the museum's holdings are from the first half of the 19th century (C. D. Friedrich, J. B. Reiter). From the area of classical modernism the Lentos collection includes important paintings by Klimt, Schiele, Kokoschka, Corinth and Pechstein. The collection also covers the inter-war period with works from German and Austrian Expressionism and Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity). The period after 1945 is exemplified with outstanding works and ensembles of international art, including paintings, sculptures and graphic works by Appel, Bayer, Nay, Warhol, Haring, Staudacher, Lassnig, Lüpertz, Rainer, Chillida, Cragg, Helnwein, Scheibl, Scully,
, Caro, Goeschl, Export, Krystufek, Ludwig Merwart and many others.
At the beginning of the 80s Deweer Gallery was the first Belgian gallery to introduce the German New Wild Painting and the Italian Transavanguardia. The gallery presented solo shows with a.o. Georg Baselitz, A.R. Penck, Rainer Fetting, Enzo Cucchi and Mimmo Paladino. At the same time the gallery took on the promotion of contemporary Belgian artists. In 1983 the gallery organised its first individual exhibition with Panamarenko. It continues to represent the artist up until today. Jan Fabre was introduced in 1985. In the second half of the 80s Deweer Gallery became the first non-German gallery of the German sculptor Stephan
Rembrandt was foaled in 1977 by Herbert de Baey. His sire was Romadour II, a famous Westphalian stallion during the 1970s, and his dam was Adone, full sister to Ahlerich, a multiple Olympic medal winning dressage horse under German rider Reiner Klimke. Due to his Thoroughbred-like appearance, several riders passed over a chance to purchase the gelding as a youngster. In 1981, he was purchased by Nicole Uphoff's father, Jürgen Uphoff, as a mount for his then-14-year-old daughter. Rembrandt was too much for her, however, and he was sent to train with Klaus
, a noted trainer who saw his potential and advised the Uphoffs to keep the horse, despite his spookiness and sensitivity.
Schulten-Baumer is considered by some to be the inventor of the controversial "deep and round" training method known as Rollkur, or hyperflexion. However, both proponents and opponents of Rollkur have disagreed on this point. Sjef Janssen, the Dutch national team dressage coach and spouse of Anky van Grunsven, both known for their use of Rollkur, stated that the Rollkur system Janssen created was "totally different" from the training techniques of Schulten-Baumer. German Olympic team member Klaus
, now dressage coach for the United States Equestrian Team and opponent of Rollkur training, also stated: "There were horses in Germany, which have been set low, for example, those from the training of Dr. Schulten-Baumer, but there was always the stretching and relaxation in the forehand. But what Sjef Janssen did in recent years, was something else."
In 1992 the artist Craigie Horsfield wrote: "Koenig drew from the culture of carving that was rooted in the folk art of Central Europe; a naturalist depiction of the world with mythic overtones. It is no coincidence that the small renaissance of wood carving apparent in Europe should have happened in Germany; in our century the focus of the long struggle of nationalism and mystery. It was given impetus and found acceptance through the painted wood sculpture of Georg Baselitz. In the line of Kirchner's expressionist figures the wood is scarred and the heads, excessive and gestural, have pigment dragged across them. They came out of the expressionist tradition but made space effectively for other artists to be seen. The most visible of these has been Stefan
, an artist making naturalistic painted figures acknowledging a tradition of Central European village carving. It is against this background that Robert Koenig works." (from the catalogue "Robert Koenig sculpture")
Wall received his MA from the University of British Columbia in 1970, with a thesis titled "Berlin Dada and the Notion of Context". That same year, Wall stopped making art. With his English wife, Jeannette, whom he had met as a student in Vancouver, and their two young sons, he moved to London to do postgraduate work at the Courtauld Institute from 1970–73, where he studied with Manet expert T.J. Clark. Wall was assistant professor at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (1974–75), associate professor at Simon Fraser University (1976–87), taught for many years at the University of British Columbia and lectured at European Graduate School. He has published essays on Dan Graham, Rodney Graham, Roy Arden, Ken Lum, Stephan
, On Kawara, and other contemporary artists.
Dennis Adams, Carl Andre, Giovanni Anselmo, Siah Armajani, Richard Artschwager, Michael Asher, Stephan
, Lothar Baumgarten, Joseph Beuys, George Brecht, Daniel Buren, Scott Burton, Eduardo Chillida, Thierry de Cordier, Richard Deacon, Luciano Fabro, Robert Filliou, Ian H. Finlay, Peter Fischli / David Weiss, Katharina Fritsch, Isa Genzken, Ludger Gerdes, Dan Graham, Rodney Graham, Hans Haacke, Keith Haring, Ernst Hermanns, Georg Herold, Jenny Holzer, Rebecca Horn, Shirazeh Houshiary, Thomas Huber, Donald Judd, Hubert Kiecol, Per Kirkeby, Harald Klingelhöller, Jeff Koons, Raimund Kummer, Ange Leccia, Sol LeWitt, Mario Merz, Olaf Metzel, François Morellet, Reinhard Mucha, Matt Mullican, Bruce Nauman, Maria Nordman, Claes Oldenburg, Nam June Paik, A. R. Penck, Giuseppe Penone, Hermann Pitz, Fritz Rahmann, Ulrich Rückriem, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Thomas Schütte, Richard Serra, Susana Solano, Ettore Spalletti, Thomas Struth, Richard Tuttle, Franz West, and Rémy Zaugg
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