Dominic Eichler

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Capitain Petzel

BY Dominic Eichler | 01 JAN 11

Ming Wong’s homage to Pier Paolo Pasolini involved relocating the story of the Italian director’s 1968 masterpiece, Teorema, from Milan to Naples. Dominic Eichler accompanied him on his journey south

BY Dominic Eichler | 01 SEP 10

Quotation, collaboration and dissemination; ice lollies, art magazines and floral foam

BY Dominic Eichler | 01 JUN 10

Tariq Alvi’s collages and sculptures explore the politics of sexual and cultural value systems

BY Dominic Eichler | 01 MAY 10

Ornithology, rustic landscapes and furniture; ’60s magazines, periodicals and nature books

BY Dominic Eichler | 01 APR 10

Norwegian artist and novelist Matias Faldbakken responds to socio-political sore points with ambivalence and provocation

BY Dominic Eichler | 01 NOV 09

The myriad uses of art and artists

BY Dominic Eichler | 15 SEP 09

Thomas Bayrle’s long and varied career as an artist reveals a sensibility shaped in equal parts by humour, absurdity and social criticism

BY Dominic Eichler | 02 JUN 09

Stephen Prina’s installations, performances and objects are characterized by their rich layers of reference and discursive discordance

BY Dominic Eichler | 05 MAY 09

September Gallery, Berlin, Germany

BY Dominic Eichler | 01 NOV 08

For 20 years, Wolfgang Tillmans’s photography has been a sustained meditation on observation, perception and translation

BY Dominic Eichler | 01 OCT 08

Sergej Jensen’s exhausted, expressive paintings, gallery interventions, rare films and moody music

BY Dominic Eichler | 09 SEP 08

Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin, Germany

BY Dominic Eichler | 05 JUN 08
Article

Vietnamese artist Danh Vo and Thai photographer Pratchaya Phinthong journey to Vietnam’s Central Highlands

BY Dominic Eichler | 05 JUN 08

Konrad Fischer Galerie, Berlin, Germany

BY Dominic Eichler | 05 MAY 08

'What writing has most influenced the way you think about art?' Writers, artists and curators reveal the often surprising literary influences – from Theodor W. Adorno to Lester Bangs, Gertrude Stein and P.G. Wodehouse – that have shaped their thinking.

07 JUN 06

People, posters and propaganda; history, copies and drawing

BY Dominic Eichler | 07 JUN 06

Kunstverein Hanover, Germany

BY Dominic Eichler | 07 JUN 06

Monika Baer

BY Dominic Eichler | 12 NOV 03

BüroFriedrich, Berlin, Germany

BY Dominic Eichler | 10 OCT 03