Category Archives: Artists in Residence

Zeichnung aus der Serie "Zeittiere und 185 Einwohner je km²" (Mauswiesel), Bleistift auf Papier, 150 cm x 245 cm. 2011

Interview with Nicole Schuck, Artist in Residence

Tom Heaven visited next artist in residence artist, Nicole Schuck, in her studio in Berlin and spoke to her about her forthcoming work for the Kranich Museum. Tom Heaven: Your drawings have been described as visual stories, although they often

Zeichnung aus der Serie "Zeittiere und 185 Einwohner je km²" (Mauswiesel), Bleistift auf Papier, 150 cm x 245 cm. 2011

Interview with Nicole Schuck, Artist in Residence

Tom Heaven visited next artist in residence artist, Nicole Schuck, in her studio in Berlin and spoke to her about her forthcoming work for the Kranich Museum. Tom Heaven: Your drawings have been described as visual stories, although they often

Zeichnung aus der Serie "Zeittiere und 185 Einwohner je km²" (Feuersalamander), Bleistift auf Papier, 245 cm x 150 cm. 2012

Nicole Schuck, Residenzkünstlerin im Kranich Museum

Nicole Schuck ist nächste Residenzkünstlerin im Kranich Museum. Tom Heaven hat sie in ihrem Atelier in Kreuzberg, Berlin, interviewt. Tom Heaven: Deine Zeichnungen sind als visuelle Erzählungen beschrieben worden, obwohl sie oft präzisen, wissenschaftlichen Abbildungen ähneln. Welche Rolle spielen Erzählungen

Zeichnung aus der Serie "Zeittiere und 185 Einwohner je km²" (Feuersalamander), Bleistift auf Papier, 245 cm x 150 cm. 2012

Nicole Schuck, Residenzkünstlerin im Kranich Museum

Nicole Schuck ist nächste Residenzkünstlerin im Kranich Museum. Tom Heaven hat sie in ihrem Atelier in Kreuzberg, Berlin, interviewt. Tom Heaven: Deine Zeichnungen sind als visuelle Erzählungen beschrieben worden, obwohl sie oft präzisen, wissenschaftlichen Abbildungen ähneln. Welche Rolle spielen Erzählungen

The Kranich Museum Artist in Residence Program

The Kranich Museum’s Artist in Residence program was newly established with the opening of the museum in September 2011. The residency and museum aims to support the development of artists of diverse ages, backgrounds, and disciplines. The museum building is

The Kranich Museum Artist in Residence Program

The Kranich Museum’s Artist in Residence program was newly established with the opening of the museum in September 2011. The residency and museum aims to support the development of artists of diverse ages, backgrounds, and disciplines. The museum building is

Artist in Residence, David Edward Allen and his Topping Totem

The Kranich Museum’s Artist in Residence program was newly established with the opening of the museum in September 2011 and runs throughout the year. The residency and museum aims to support the development of artists of diverse ages, backgrounds, and

Artist in Residence, David Edward Allen and his Topping Totem

The Kranich Museum’s Artist in Residence program was newly established with the opening of the museum in September 2011 and runs throughout the year. The residency and museum aims to support the development of artists of diverse ages, backgrounds, and