Rhenish Archive for Artists’ Legacies: New entries and a symposium in Bonn
Bonner Rundschau, July 12, 2017
Rhenish Archive for Artists’ Legacies has existed for ten years.
Rhein-Zeitung, July 7, 2017
The Rhenish Archive for Artists’ Legacies has existed for ten years.
Bonner General-Anzeiger, May 31, 2017
The Rhenish Archive for Artists’ Legacies was founded ten years ago in Bonn.
Bonner General-Anzeiger, December 9, 2016
The Siebengebirgsmuseum Königswinter is reminiscent of the painter Douglas Swan and his Bonn years
Bonner General-Anzeiger, November 16, 2016
Revised work of art by Herm Dienz at the Till-Eulenspiegel-School shows abstract Seven Mountains
Bonner General-Anzeiger, April 10, 2016
Artists’ Legacies: international congress in the Federal Art Exhibition Hall in Bonn
Artists’ Legacies as a challenge
Annual 2013 of the Von der Heydt-Museum, Wuppertal – September 20, 2014
A meeting organized by the Rheinisches Archiv fuer Kuenstlernachlaesse in cooperation with the Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Photographie (DGPH) (German Society for Photography) and the Von der Heydt-Museum.
Informationsdienst Kunst (548) – March 6, 2014
More and more living artists endow archives with their works and documents.
Bonner General-Anzeiger – November 24/25, 2012
The power of the artists’ widows and the distress of the historians. The Legacies Archive in Bonn (RAK) tries to save what can be saved.
Neue Rhein Zeitung – October 13, 2011
Gabriele Schneiders donated eleven of her father’s paintings of the Lower Rhine landscape to the Kurhaus Museum.
Rheinische Post – October 13, 2011
The Museum of Kleve recently received a collection of paintings by the painter Carl Schneiders. The Rheinisches Archiv fuer Kuenstlernachlaesse was instrumental in making the necessary contacts. They already had a meeting of experts at the Museum in 2010.
Neue Rhein Zeitung – September 18, 2010
On October 2nd, Moyland-Enemy Gerhard Pfennig was supposed to sit on the dais at the Kurhaus. Yesterday he declined the invitation.
Rheinische Post – September 14, 2010
What is one to do, when the future of art works of historical importance are in jeopardy? How does one preserve the unity of an oeuvre, while the atelier is being dismantled?
Handelsblatt – October 9/10/11, 2009
Many places in Germany are engaged in assembling collections of artists’ legacies.
Bonner General-Anzeiger – May 26, 2009
If Daniel Schuetz had had a little more luck during the research into the life of the artist Walther Rath for his MA paper, the creation of the “Rheinisches Archiv fuer Kuenstlernachlaesse” (RAK) might not have happened.
Deutschlandfunk (German radio station) – May 8, 2009
A conversation with Christiane Vielhaber.
WDR 3 (German radio station) – May 8, 2009
A conversation with Daniel Schuetz, the Director of the Rheinisches Archiv fuer Kuenstlernachlaesse.
Rheinische Post – May 8, 2009
When an authors dies, his heirs generally entrust a literary archive with his legacy. Maybe, the author himself had already taken steps to preserve his manuscripts and has made a bequest to a selected archive of his work. But what is the fate of the written documents left by formative artists?
Bonner General-Anzeiger – May 6, 2009
The Rheinische Archiv fuer Kuenstlernachlaesse introduces itself with a symposium at the Landesmuseum.
WAZ Kultur – February 25, 2009
In Bonn, in the Rheinisches Archiv fuer Kuenstslernachlaesse, Daniel Schuetz protects all that, that is left after the end of an artist’s life – everything except art. The connections of his institute reach as far as Belgium.
art Das Kunstmagazin – January 8, 2009
The Rheinische Archiv fuer Kuenstlernachlaesse in Bonn opened in 2008, and already curates 20 legacies of regional artists. The expert conservation of this material will be guaranteed and the archive will be accessible for researchers.
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung – August 15, 2008
Often, written, photographed, and personal documents of deceased artists will end up victims of downsizing and will be thrown away. And this results in the permanent loss of cultural mementos for future generations and scientific research. With this pronouncement, the Rheinische Archive fuer Kuenstlernachlaesse introduces itself as a foundation under the code of civile law, in the city of Bonn.
Bonner General-Anzeiger – August 9/10, 2008
The newly established Rheinisches Archiv fuer Kuenstlernachlaesse collects exclusively written documents from artists’ legacies. The foundation was established in cooperation with the Heinrich-Heine-University and the Historical Archives of the city of Bonn, as well as the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelm University of Bonn.
WDR 3 (Radio Station) – July 23, 2008
Deutschlandfunk (Radio Station) – August 1, 2008
The artist and his work. Personal testimonies and observances. A talk with Hannelore Becker-Willhardt.