Gabriel García Márquez: Journalistic works 1948-1952.

"Journalism is my vocation," Gabriel Garcia Márquez has explained in countless interviews. In the great literary works of the Nobel Prize winner of 1982 one often feels the tightrope walk between hard-researched facts and the slightly exotic poetry of Latin America, which results in the so-called "magical realism". How extensive the journalistic oeuvre of today's… Continue reading Gabriel García Márquez: Journalistic works 1948-1952.

Andreas Gursky

Museum Kunstpalast, Dusseldorf23 September 2012 - 13 January 2013 While photography made possible for painting, its emancipation from the traditional image function about 100 years ago, photography in the age of digital media seems to be able to emancipate itself from merely reproducing what it has seen by way of reportage. Although Andreas Gursky, as… Continue reading Andreas Gursky

The disappearance of the future from pop culture

About Mark Fisher's essay collection "Ghosts of my Life. Writings on Depression, Hauntology and Lost Futures "This is nowhere, and it's forever." The sentence quoted by British cultural journalist and theorist Mark Fisher on the first pages of his essay collection Ghosts of my Life from a BBC science fiction series describes the perspective of… Continue reading The disappearance of the future from pop culture