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Martin Gropius Bau exhibits the original manuscript of Franz Kafka's "The Trial"

More than 100 years after it was written, the entire manuscript of Franz Kafka’s famous novel The Trial has gone on show at the Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin. It is being displayed page by page in the order given to it by Kafka’s friend, executor and editor, Max Brod. The Berlin presentation is based on the 2013/2014 exhibition “The Entire Trial” at the Museum of Modern Literature in Marbach; the manuscript is part of the collections of the German Literature Archive in Marbach. Stresemannstraße 111, in the immediate vicinity of the Gropiusbau (Stresemannstraße 110, then Königgrätzer Straße), was once the site of the Hotel Askanischer Hof. It was at the Askanischer Hof, on 12 July 1914, that the legendary conversation took place between Franz Kafka and Felice Bauer, her sister Erna and friend Grete Bloch, after which the engagement between Kafka and Felice Bauer was broken off. Kafka wrote later in a



This article originally appeared on Column Five.

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Last Call for Biennial of Fine Art & Documentary Photography Grant, register by Jun 29!

Biennial of Fine Art & Documentary Photography Grant Deadline for Registration: June 29, 2017 Registration closes on June 29. Once registered, applications (images, CV, project description, statement) can be uploaded/completed/updated until July 16, 2017 Apply Photography Projects to our Grant until June 29, and do or complete/modify your submission until July 16, 2017 Discounted entry [&hellip

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Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat lead Sotheby's Contemporary Sale in London

Sotheby’s Evening Auction of Contemporary Art in London this evening exceeded its pre-sale high estimate to total £62,325,750 / $79,783,193 / €70,403,354 – an increase of 20% (GBP) / 15% (USD) on the equivalent sale last year. · 95.1% sold by lot, this was the fifth consecutive Contemporary Art Evening Sale at Sotheby’s worldwide with a sell-through rate of over 90%. · An auction record was achieved for British artist Cecily Brown – for the second time this year. · 50% of lots sold for prices above their pre-sale high estimates. · 70% of the works had never previously been offered at auction. · The pre-sale estimates for the sale were £44.3-60.6m / $56.7-77.6m / €50-68.5m. Tonight’s total brings combined sales of Contemporary Art so far this season – including the 11 contemporary works sold in last week’s ‘Actual Size’ sale – to £68,751,000 /


VAA/CARFAC Project Space presents In Dreams Awake, June 8-Aug 19

VAA/CARFAC Project Space presents In Dreams Awake The exhibition In Dreams Awake features art works drawn from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts. Inspired by the triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights, this eclectic exhibition examines the ‘earthly garden’ as investigated by artists in Alberta and explores the influence of the past on contemporary [&hellip

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