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Zilkens' News Blog Archive

Zilkens' News Blog 34 2022

At the other end of the world, little is heard of the war that Russia has unleashed in Ukraine, which has been going on for six months now, because nationalistic bigotry coupled with the inferiority complexes of an entire people have allowed it to happen. In a way, this is reminiscent of the situation at the outbreak of the Second World War - except that ... read more

Zilkens‘ Newsblog 33 2022

Many thanks to all who responded positively last week to our appeal for help with the Worth Fighting for exhibition. Even though the rooms are available free of charge, there are considerable costs involved in such a large-scale project. The rooms are not museum-like in design, so it takes some effort to make them suitable to host an exhibition. Artists will create new works for ... read more

Zilkens' News Blog 32 2022

Somehow it has been summer break - chaos reports from airports overshadowed the equally reassuring news from eastern Ukraine. According to Poland, Germany is trying to achieve maximum embarrassment - the ring exchange seems to be lacking and somehow one cannot get rid of the feeling that there is quite a discrepancy between the speeches of the German chancellor and the actions of those following ... read more

Zilkens' News Blog 31 2022

If you want to know what was written about NFTs in the first six months 2022, you can read it at Kobel.How other business models can be developed with NFTs is shown by the American lawyers of Scott and Scott, who are desperately looking for investors blinded by celebrities who have invested in the bored monkeys and hoped to become even richer immediately. The accusation ... read more

Zilkens' News Blog 30 2022

Stefan Kobel's review of the art trade, as perceived by the press in the last six months.I am losing faith in the innocence of 145.5 million Russians whose government is waging a barbaric, unjustifiable war against a population that is trying to find its way to democracy. It (the Russian government) concludes treaties in order to bomb the port the next day through which grain ... read more

Zilkens' News Blog 29 2022

It's actually summertime and there should be time to look back on the first half of the year. Stefan Kobel looks back at the art fairs of the first half of the year. For us, the present is too eventful for time to look back."When Faith moves Mountains" is the name of the new exhibition at the Pinchuk Art Center ... read more