German art


Books: Latest assessment of Anselm Kiefer proves to be a book without a spine

An uncritical, adoring treatment of the artist has not served him well

All eyes on the collectors as Cologne's Ludwig Museum opens after renovation

The refurbished and extended Ludwig Museum has opened, with hundreds of Picassos on display and a colour-coded system for requesting sponsorship

German and Austrian art in a 5th Avenue mansion

But only with continued funding from cosmetics tycoon Ronald Lauder

The body under scrutiny: Interview with Kiki Smith

Kiki Smith responds to recent attacks on her work by Met director Philippe de Montebello

German season in London

Rosemarie Trockel, Andreas Gursky and Stephen Balkenhol all show new work

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German Renaissance altarpiece dismembered

Edinburgh buys central panel, but the wings may have escaped


Contemporary from the Froehlich Foundation and sculptures from the friends to swell ranks at Tate

Austrian industrialist Joseph Froehlich is loaning major works of German and American art to the museum while Friends of the Tate contribute several new gifts

Fake Beuys drawings scandal in officially sponsored exhibition at Accademia di Brera

Thirty-eight works impounded while court searches for a reliable expert

Touring retrospective celebrates thirty years of Baselitz

Currently at the Munich Kunsthalle, the exhibition will next move to the Edinburgh National Gallery of Modern Art

Michael Werner Gallery sells Berlinische Galerie a Baselitz for DM2.3 million

The buy was demonstrative of the gallery's commitment to acquiring works from that period

Baselitz the outlaw: German banker's extensive collection to comprise one-man exhibition

The works will be displayed at the Palazzo delle Stelline before coming to rest in the Kunsthalle Bremen