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“My Quiet of Gold is an exhibition from the renowned Hasselblad Foundation in Gothenburg, and is currently on view at Gestalten Space, Berlin.”
“The Story of Eames Furniture by Marilyn Neuhart with John Neuhart Gestalten, $199, 2-volumes, 800-page book in a slipcase.”
“Die einzige, die den Zauber wieder rückgängig machen und den Pilzmenschen ihre Gestalten zurückgeben könnte, ist Prinzessin Fliegenpilz , die Tochter des Pilzmenschenkönigs.”
“Gestalten recently sat down with him to talk about his work and ho he visualizes all of his ideas in different ways.”
“From the Architecture of Change book by Gestalten publishers.”
“I was also sent a new book from my favorite publisher Gestalten called Build On.”
“A major achievement during this period was the publication of her first book, Symbole und Gestalten der Jüdischen Kunst [Symbols and forms of Jewish art] (1935).”
“Stuttgart/Konstanz: 1954; Deutung biblischer Gestalten.”
“Run by Nicolas Bourquin, originally from Switzerland, and Sven Ehmann, who is also creative director of cult German art book publisher Gestalten, onlab's highest-profile work to date has been their original redesign of 81-year-old Italian architecture magazine Domus.”
“There are, we might say, good-Gestalten (the Gestalt of the moral good, the aesthetic good, and so on).”
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