She was seen loitering in the background of the opening of the exhibition Books at Steindruck München, where artists Penelope Richardson and Ulla von Gemmingen display a series of hand-made artist books. Could it really be possible that Pauline Kohler was seen in the attending crowd?
Penelope Richardson and Ulla von Gemmingen exhibit hand-made lithographic books. Featuring Richardson’s limited edition artist book “Home Story”, based on life in Hitler’s Berghof as described by Pauline Kohler the so called author of “I was Hitler’s Maid” (pub. 1940, John Long, London). The authenticity of the original book has come into dispute as it […]
Blast from the past On the occasion of the publishing of the 25th anthology, a month or so ago I got a blast from the past, an email from a student at the University of Technology Sydney who was working on the “25th UTS Writers Anthology”, asking if they could publish this image which was the […]
Land Linien Exhibition. An exhibition of experimental lithographic works printed at Steindruck München stone lithography workshop. A hypothetical journey to Antarctica inspired by the German winter landscape. Images of 16 of the 20 works displayed in the show.
Penelope Richardson winner of Canberra Contemporary Art Space (CCAS) Art Prize with the work ‘Fight City‘ from the Confess Series. Judge: Dr Charles Merewether “Using the aesthetics of decay I am attempting to explore and intentionally blur the boundary between the real of the ‘media’ and the imagined of the individual”. Richardson is interested in […]