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Across all media - consistently contemporary.  

An interview with the Art'Us Collectors' Collective

on collecting contemporary art and coming together as a collective

by Melanie Rick

In: Exposures. Photographic Works from Germany. Art'Us Collectors' Collective e.v. (ed.),

Published in the series Processing by Art'Us 2019

With texts by Janneke de Vries, Maren Lübbke-Tidow and Melanie Rick

The illustrated book was published on the occasion of the exhibition:

Exposures - Photographic Works from Germany 

at the Städtische Galerie im Park in Viersen, 2019, curated by Maren Lübbke-Tidow

The interview results from the invitation of the Art'Us Collectors' Collective

Multifaceted uniqueness

Two decades of the Eißfeldt class

by Melanie Rick


In: Class.Book. 64 Positions from the Eißfeldt Class

Braunschweig University of Fine Arts & Dörte Eißfeldt (eds.).

Kehrer Verlag, Heidelberg Berlin 2014

With texts by:

Hubertus von Amelunxen, Christian Bauer, Andreas Bee, Stefan Berg, Hannes Böhringer, Katja Blomberg, Horant Fassbinder, Jens Hinrichsen, Klaus Honnef, Anne Kersten, Jaqueline Krone, Bettina Lockemann, Gabriele Mackert, Ulrich Pohlmann, Bernhard Prinz, Melanie Rick, Esther Ruelfs, Luminita Sabau, Inka Schube, Thomas Seelig, Katharina Sykora, Nicola Torke, Verena v. Gagern and Hilke Wagner


This publication was produced on the occasion of a two-year research project

at the University of Fine Arts in Braunschweig

Idea, concept and realization 

Dörte Eißfeldt and Melanie Rick

An interview between Jan Paul Evers and Melanie Rick

About: Space, image and self-referentiality

You always need the concrete something

In: Jan Paul Evers Modernism starts at home

Jan Paul Evers & Max Mayer (eds.)

Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne 2014

Idea and concept Jan Paul Evers

The interview was conducted at the invitation of Jan Paul Evers

A Dialogue between Sabrina Schieke and Melanie Rick

In: A Burnt-Out Case?

Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst e.V. Berlin (ed.), Berlin 2012

The exhibition was organized by the working group

Andrea Hense, Annika Niemann, Nadin Reschke, Sabine Richter, and Karen Weinert

Artists in the exhibition:

Ulf Aminde / Anders Smebye, Franziska Angermann, Gesa Glück, Kaoru Hirano, Henry Kleine, Julia Lazarus, Thomas Mader, Karin Michalski, Sabrina Schieke, Cathleen Schuster / Marcel Dickhage, Linda Weiss

The publication was realized in the context of the exhibition A Burnt-Out Case

at the nGbK in Berlin.

The dialogue was initiated by Sabrina Schieke

SATELLITE: " PARASITE " - CLASS CANDICE BREITZ and students of the Institute for Art history

Braunschweig University of Fine Arts (ed.), 2009

From October 3 to 22, 2008 the Anita Beckers Gallery showed in the project space "Satellit"

in Frankfurt a.M.. works by 19 students of the class of HBK professor Candice Breitz.

The artistic work in the class was accompanied by students of art history 

under the direction of Esther Ruelfs.

After the end of the exhibition, this publication was created, which bundles the common experiences

and closes the gap between artistic practice and textual verbalization of art

An interdisciplinary student project,

developed in the context of the University of Fine Arts in Braunschweig


Conversation about work by Sabrina Schieke and Melanie Rick

In: Next to me you are fast. Gallery on time, Braunschweig, 2006

An interdisciplinary student project,

developed in the context of the University of Fine Arts in Braunschweig


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