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Draiflessen Press Newsletter

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20.07.2022
THE FINAL BID. Michael Pinsky

THE FINAL BID plays with the idea of collecting artifacts and the value these objects gain when they are placed in a museum context.

18.04.2022
IN SEARCH OF CLUES

Whether a drawing is unequivocally attributed to an artist depends on a number of different givens. If the artwork is signed, there is a high probability of scoring a hit. But how do attributions actually work in the case of drawings that are not signed?

10.04.2022
THE ARCHIVE COLLECTION

In 2021, for its 180-year anniversary, C&A brought out a retro collection based on its own fashion designs of the past decades. These constitute the contents of the presentation THE ARCHIVE COLLECTION in Draiflessen Collection’s DAS Forum.

13.02.2022
THE ART OF REPLICATION

When considering the value and significance of a work of art, scholarly studies, temporal context, and public recognition play an essential role, as of course does the question of the work’s authorship. What happens, however, when works of art are replicated? By what standards do we then evaluate them?

19.10.2021
GRADUATION RITUALS

The presentation in DAS Forum traces the changes in celebrations and rituals surrounding the Abitur over the past 100 years.

19.10.2021
PASSION KUNST

The cabinet exhibition will present Lucas van Leyden’s (ca. 1494–1533) fourteen-part series of copperplate engravings depicting the Passion of Christ (1521).

08.11.2021
TOUCH

In the museum's 4,300 m3 exhibition space, Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde (*1979) has created TOUCH, an interactive work.

11.07.2021
HAUTE COUTURE

HAUTE COUTURE is the result of a cooperation project with the Department of Textile Design of the Faculty of Cultural and Social Sciences at the University of Osnabrück.

19.05.2021
STAY HEALTHY

The cabinet exhibition STAY HEALTHY makes it clear that people were already asking questions about their health, and trying to answer them, some 500 years ago.