Text by Andreas Teltow, Carolyn Wilde.
Published by Kerber
The powerful graphite and pastel drawings and woodcuts of British artist Emma Stibbon (born 1962) traverse topographies both urban and remote. In this Berlin cycle, Stibbon investigates the utopian aspirations of modernist avant-garde buildings and totalitarian architectural experiments in the German capital, which include construction relics from the time of the German Emperor, the Weimar Republic, Nazism, the postwar period and post-wall Berlin.
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