Vanessa Souli

Vanessa Souli, Germany
Vanessa Souli is an Art Manager and Arts Writer. She holds a BA in English Language and Literature from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and an MA in Arts & Heritage Management from Maastricht University. Vanessa has worked as a translator, editor and writer both in-house and freelance for several years. In the last years, she has been writing art texts for various online art magazines, artists and websites with a focus on artist interviews and exhibition reviews.

Articles (5)

Beyond Stardom: Museum Barberini in Potsdam Shows an Intimate Side of Picasso’s Work
Article date: Monday, April 22, 2019

Beyond Stardom: Museum Barberini in Potsdam Shows an Intimate Side of Picasso’s Work

The new exhibition Picasso: The Late Work. From the collection of Jacqueline Picasso (Until 16th June 2019) which only opened in March in Museum Barberini in Potsdam sheds light on these precious decades of the works by employing around 140 works exclusively from the collection of Jacqueline Picasso (second wife of Picasso), most of which have never seen the public light before and are only known to exist through the circulated photos of famous photographers like Lucien Clergue, David Douglas Duncan, and Edward Quinn, showing Picasso and his wife in the studios of La Californie, in his workshop at Mougins and in their family retreat at Château de Vauvenargues in Provence.

A Double Meditative Paradise under One Roof:  Congo Tales Meets Gerhard Richter in Barberini Museum, Potsdam
Article date: Thursday, July 26, 2018

A Double Meditative Paradise under One Roof: Congo Tales Meets Gerhard Richter in Barberini Museum, Potsdam

This time I was positively surprised by the two exhibitions which are now on show under one roof, occupying the vast, high-ceilinged galleries of the museum: The Tales of Congo. Stories from Mbomo and Gerhard Richter.

The Female Gaze – On Body, Love and Sex II
Article date: Saturday, May 19, 2018

The Female Gaze – On Body, Love and Sex II

The format of the exhibition is small in comparison to the high ceilings and spacious rooms of the Haus, but yet compact as the Studio fit seven women artists with an overall of eight works.

This is the World of Fugitive Objects of Stefan Löffelhardt - A Round Tour in the Exhibition ‘Fluss’
Article date: Saturday, February 24, 2018

This is the World of Fugitive Objects of Stefan Löffelhardt - A Round Tour in the Exhibition ‘Fluss’

When one enters the space of Aurel Scheibler in Berlin, where Stefan Löffelhardt will host his next solo show, one is confronted with a world of contrasts, hybrid aesthetics and hidden emotions. Sculptures that are hanging from above the ceiling, abstract drawings on the walls and an installation that wants to break the boundaries of the gallery walls and continue its way beyond.

Claudia Chaseling. The artist behind the grand-scale spatial paintings
Article date: Friday, October 13, 2017

Claudia Chaseling. The artist behind the grand-scale spatial paintings

Claudia Chaseling’s works are always inspired by flaming global problems of actuality which are transformed into vivid works of art expressing themselves in abstract, sometimes sarcastic ways. Her work poses crucial questions, triggers critical thinking and expresses an art as a comment on the fragile decision point between human conscience and deliberate violence.

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