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Cybèle Varela: Tropicalismo Remixed / Brasilea Foundation Basel

Welcome to the first exhibition in the year 2018 here at the Brasilea Foundation. The exhibition presents the artist Cybèle Varela. The exhibition is called Tropicalismo Remixed. The exhibition shows an artist who in the 60s emigrated from Brazil to Europe, just like our founder Walter Wüthrich did in 1939. He emigrated from Switzerland to […]

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Pop Art in Print – Robert Indiana

One of the things about Pop Art is that it’s so familiar to us now, because it was so influential, that you often know it without knowing you know it. So when Robert Indiana died, just a couple of weeks ago, many people were unfamiliar with that name: but I bet all of you have […]

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Beryl Bainbridge, painter

My name is Jojo Davies, I’m Beryl’s eldest daughter. This exhibition came about through a collaboration between a really good old friend of my mum’s called Psiche Hughes and some other people were involved and it was through a desire to get together a body of her work to show it en masse and in […]

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An Introduction to ‘Pop Art in Print’

We’re really lucky that at RAMM, Exeter at the moment we’ve got an exhibition – Pop Art in Print – which has come to us from the V&A in London, and means that right now in Exeter you can come and see work by some of the most influential and well-known artists of the 20th […]

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GERMAN POP

We did not agree, we were not against it, we were simply somewhere else. Warhol was a star, everyone wanted to be like him. Germany. The1960s. It was them: the painter Christa Dichgans. The art collector Paul Maenz and the artist Maler Karl Horst Hödicke. They made art. Germany. The 1960s: It was these pictures. […]