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February 12 2013

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Bally Prell - Schönheitskönigin von Schneizlreuth - Original !!! (mit Text) - YouTube

Bally Prell, die Schönheitskönigin von Schneizlreuth, eine gefeierte Münchner Volkssängerin mit unverkennbarer dunkler Tenor-Stimmlage. In den 50er und 60er Jahren trat sie im Münchner Platzl auf. (Nachfolgend Text der Schönheitskönigin) Urheberrechte für den Film: Bayerischer Rundfunk

Tochter von Ludwig Prell, der zu einem Ausschnitt einer Paul Lincke Melodie anlässlich ihres 31. Geburtstags den Text und die Hauptmelodie für ihre tiefe Stimmlage und ihr imposantes Äußeres geschrieben hat. Die Schönheitskönigin wurde ihre Glanznummer, welche am 31.10.53 im Münchner Platzl Uraufführung hatte. Sepp Eibl hat 1993 in liebevoller Arbeit eine sehenswerte Dokumentation über Bally Prell für den Bayerischen Rundfunk erschaffen. Bally Prell starb am 20.03.1982 nach einer Kropfoperation und wurde im Elterngrab auf dem Münchner Nordfriedhof bestattet.

Songtext:
Mich, die Salvermoser Zenz
hamms zur Schönheitskonkurrenz
nach München auhfi gschickt
unter zwanzig solche Nassl
hab ich ghabt des Riesenmassl
und den örsten Prois gekrügt.

Mein Bürgermoister, der wird linsen
doch der Hiasl, der wird grinsen./

(Nachfolgender Text fehlt auf Video)
(Meinen Freundinnen stinkt er schwer!
Doch das lässt sich sehr leicht denken
zweng den Haufen von Geschenken
und der Reise übers Meer.
Hahaha Haha!)

Ja, ja, jaja jaja ja
ha, was sooooong´s denn do?
(Ich, die Schneizlreutherin)
bin Schönheitskönigin!

Ja, ja, jaja jaja ja
dass dieses Wunder geschah
das allein verdank ich nuhuhuhuhur -----
meiner zierlichen Figur.

Ach wie hab ich da gespitzt
wie das Blitzlicht hat geblitzt
zwengs der O-Fotografiererei
wies mit da Leica-spekulierten,
dann in allen Illustrierten
erscheint mein Konfertoi.

Und die Herren von der Presse
zeigten leberhafts Intresse
jeder mit Papier und Stift
mir is scho gfransert worn as Mei (Maul)
von der völen Fragerei
und das heisst man Interfieft!

Ja, ja, jaja jaja ja
fidi-hoppsa-tralala-lala
dass i, die Molln, erwählet bin---------
zur Schönheitskönigin.

Die Manner hamm ma gratuliert
und wie die Wespen mich umschwirrrrt
das kann ich sehr gut verstöööööhn (verstehen)
bin ich vielleicht nicht schön! Ha!?

So eine Königin zu sein
ist nicht einfach, nein nein nein
bsonders wennst rei bist vom Land
(wenn Du vom Land kommst)
alle zsamm vom Jungfernbund
obwohl sie haben keinen Grund
die sagn: „des is a Schand!

Doch im Innern, im Gehoimen (Geheimen)
tut er ihnen furchtbar schloimen (schleimen)
a jede wollt sie nämli werrn
(eine Jede wollt sie nämlich werden)
und sagen: die vom Preisgericht
die haben kein Verstehst-Mi nicht! (Verständnis)
und i denk mir: Habts mi gern! Hä hä hä

Ja, ja, jaja jaja ja
koane Würschtl gibt es da!
i bin oafach Siegeriiiiiin---------
und Schönheitskönigin! Hä, hä, hä

Sogar ein Herr von der Jury
is mit Bleamel her auf mi
ein sehr hübscher junger Maaaaann
und sang mich schmachtend aaaaaaan:

Einen Strauß von Bleamerl (Blumen)
bring ich, schöne Frau!
Frisch obrockte Cearmel (ähnlich Geranien)
und allsamt Eigenbau.
Rosen, Tulpen, Nelken
Flieeeeeder und Schasmin (Jasmin)
da konnst in Düften schwelgen
Schönheitskönigin!

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Artikel zu Bally Prell von 1998 in der Zeit:

http://www.zeit.de/2003/01/BallyPrell

January 08 2012

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March 25 2011

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Je unsäglicher die an Real-Satire grenzenden Redebeiträge sind, um so frenetischer fällt der Jubel aus. "20.000 so genannte Intellektuelle" hätten den Minister auf niederträchtigste Weise gestürzt - das Fremdwort bereitet dem extra aus Österreich angereisten Redner erkennbare Schwierigkeiten bei der Aussprache. Viel leichter kommt ihm von den Lippen, dass man sich einen "Doktor mittlerweile eh überall für 10 Euro kaufen" könne. Was der Mann damit meinte, blieb offen. Vielleicht die Praxisgebühr?

http://www.muenchenblogger.de/files/imagecache/ic_scale_420/guttenberg-demo-07.JPG

Aber es geht noch schlimmer: Eine etwas verwirrt wirkende ältere Dame liest aus einem Protestbrief, den sie der Vizepräsidentin des Bundestags Katrin Göring-Eckhardt - selbstverständlich mit Kopie an Guttenberg und Kanzlerin - geschrieben habe. Das Verhalten der Opposition bei der Bundestags-Debatte erinnere sie an die schlimmste Hetze der Nazis im Reichstag - und das könne sie beurteilen, schließlich sei sie Jahrgang 1942.

Zwischendurch melden sich ältere und jüngere Herrschaften zu Wort, deren politische Heimat rechts von der CSU unschwer zu erkennen ist. Die Menge klatscht und jubelt, viele Passanten verfolgen kopfschüttelnd oder mit fassungloser Miene das unglaubliche Geschehen.

Nicht wenige Guttenberg-Gegner haben sich unter die Demonstranten gemischt, die auf Pappschildern mal Guttenbergs Ernennung zum Bayern-König, mal seine Heiligsprechung fordern. Einmal schafft es ein Spaßvogel sogar ans Mikrofon, aber nur, weil er sich mit einem monumentalen Transparent mit der Aufschrift "Schluchz!" ausreichend als Guttenberg-Fan getarnt hat.

Die Tarnung fliegt selbst dann nicht auf, als er neben der Rückkehr Guttenbergs auch gleich noch die "Kanzlerschaft, die Ernennung zum Papst und zum Anführer der Revolution" fordert. Es folgt großer Jubel, das Erkennen von Ironie-Signalen gehört offensichtlich nicht zu den Stärken der Guttenbergianer. Spätestens hier wird klar: Es gibt ein Grundrecht auf Verarschung, welches vielleicht sogar verfassungsmäßig verankert werden sollte.

Irgendwann hält man es nicht mehr aus und geht. Offen bleibt die Frage, was zu Guttenberg wohl selbst von dem ganzen Irrsinn hält, der sich hier abspielt. Am Ende bleibt allerdings ein kleiner Trost: Wer solche Fans hat, braucht keine Feinde mehr.

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March 07 2011

Olaf Metzel: 2010… / Galerie Bernd Klüser 2, Munich / Interview

“Jimi Hendrix”, “Susan Sontag”, “Gegenkultur”, “Der kommende Aufstand”, “XXX” and “2010″… are the titles of the works that Olaf Metzel presents in his new exhibition at Galerie Bernd Klüser 2 in Munich / Germany. These are new works of the years 2010 and 2011. Typical for Metzel’s work is the social and political provocing aspect. Important for him is the examination with print media and the endless flood of pictures we’re swamped with. Sources for his sculptures are subjects from popular music, art, culture and politics. Metzel’s pictures are reliefs. Using new, digital techniques, plates of aluminium were printed with Sujets on both sides. These plates were then crooked and twisted to make them look like a creasy newspaper. Olaf Metzel  is a German sculptor and object artist. He was born 1952 in Berlin and is now living and working in Munich.

Olaf Metzel: 2010… at Galerie Bernd Klüser 2, Munich. Opening reception and interview, February 3, 2010. Interview: Gudrun Gruber. By VernissageTV correspondent Lisa Voelter.

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February 20 2011

Walter de Maria's all-seeing eye

The barracks where Adolf Hitler began his rise to power have been given a new lease of life – as a gallery boasting just one exhibit

There has always been a strongly architectural element to the art of Walter de Maria: it's vast in scale, yet perfectly proportioned. The Californian captured the public imagination in 1977 with Lightning Field: 400 stainless steel rods, arranged in a grid in a New Mexico desert. As well as reflecting and refracting changing patterns of light, Lightning Field blazes magnificently in electrical storms. It has become a place of secular pilgrimage, turning its creator into a cult figure in the process.

In the 1990s, De Maria began making great stone spheres, one of which, a 25-tonne piece of highly polished red granite, has just bumped down at the Turkentor gallery in Munich. A former barracks that once provided a bunk for a young soldier called Adolf Hitler, the Turkentor was bombed in the second world war, then all but demolished in the 1970s. Only a fragment, a grand neoclassical gatehouse, remained. The Turkentor, neatly situated between two major Munich galleries, has now been reconstructed by architects Sauerbruch Hutton – and given a new life as a gallery remarkable for the fact that its purpose is to house one artwork, De Maria's sphere, and nothing else.

"I've been working on the idea of one artwork in one building for 40 years," says De Maria. The title of the polished granite sphere he gave to the Chichu Art Museum, on the Japanese island of Naoshima, does seem to be reaching towards this notion of exclusivity: Time/Timeless/No Time. That gleaming orb resides, along with some water-lilies by Monet, in a beautiful underground museum designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando, a former truck driver and boxer.

Large Red Sphere, as the Turkentor's sole exhibit is called, measures 260cm in diameter and sits in totemic splendour at the heart of the gallery, lit solely by the sun and the moon, through a glass roof. There is nothing else to see here, although the enveloping architecture, and the way light cascades around its shapes and spaces, are striking. Yet it is hard not to be wholly absorbed by Large Red Sphere, which watches you and the world beyond like some giant unwinking eye. It has a hypnotic quality: your own eye is drawn to both its surface and into its core. You can watch it for hours – and some people do. You can even touch it. "I like people to do that," says De Maria, although most visitors are too intimidated.

De Maria made his first sphere in 1990, for the Assemblée Nationale in Paris. With their highly polished or intricately worked surfaces, his orbs all offer unexpected – and beautifully distorted – reflections of their settings and anything that happens in them. In this way, paradoxically, they seem to contain their surroundings, making them the perfect accompaniment to sensitive architecture.

Large Red Sphere was originally to have been housed in the Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich's gallery of modern art, which flanks the Turkentor. "There were disagreements," says De Maria, "so what had been a site-specific piece was left looking for a home." Having finally found one in the Turkentor, it will now, hopefully, exorcise that building's demons. It was here, when the barracks still paraded along Turkenstrasse, that Hitler stayed after serving in the first world war; it was here that the future Führer gave some of his first political speeches to fellow soldiers; and it was here, in 1919, that he was nearly killed by leftists and liberals.

The barracks was seized that year by the ultra-rightwing Freikorps, German troops spoiling for a fight with those who would turn Bavaria into a Soviet socialist republic. It's stirring to think that this place of hatred and violence has now been reborn as a haven of peace, art and contemplation.

Sauerbruch Hutton cocooned the Turkentor in a sheath of pale brick, and gave it a concealed steel-and-glass roof. The sphere, set on a black plinth designed to raise its centre to eye level, is superbly framed by weathered doric columns and worn oak beams that have been here since 1814. The result is a delicious tension between the organic and the geometric, the straight and the curved – as if the energy of the sphere is contained, or even harnessed, by the notional cube that surrounds it.

"Placing the sphere was quite an operation," says architect Matthias Sauerbruch. "We had to lower it through the roof. As this is 270cm across, you can imagine how precise the installation had to be. But as it came down, it dropped the last inch! The vibration shook the building."

De Maria had been unsure about the Turkentor. "He thought the association was too military," says Sauerbruch. "He came around. His work has a spirituality. You could liken today's Turkentor to a roadside chapel, but without the religious connotations. People drop by to walk around the sphere and are out again in a few moments. Others seem lost in contemplation."

De Maria is now planning his next sphere. "This one will be blue," he says. "I turned 75 before Christmas, so who knows? It'll probably be the last one I do."


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November 08 2010

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November 03 2010

Klaus vom Bruch / Special Exhibition at Munich Contempo

Within the framework of the art fair Munich Contempo, Francoise Heitsch Gallery presented a special exhibition with works by the German video art pioneer Klaus vom Bruch. In this video, Klaus vom Bruch provides us with an introduction to his work and the exhibition.

Klaus vom Bruch studied conceptual art at the California Institute of the Arts with John Baldessari from 1975 to 1976, and philosophy at the University of Cologne from 1976 to 1980. With Ulrike Rosenbach and Marcel Odenbach he formed the art group ATV. An early video of his, “Schleyerband,” contains television clips from 1977 and 1978, with footage of the Red Army Faction. From 1992 to 1998 he taught media art at the University of Arts in Karlsruhe (Hochschule für Gestaltung). Since 1999 he is a professor for media art at the Academy of Fine Arts Munich. In 2000 he was a visiting professor at Columbia University in New York. (Wikipedia, last modified on November 19, 2009, 4:30)

Klaus vom Bruch. Special Exhibition, Munich Contempo. Munich / Germany, September 29, 2010.

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September 30 2010

Munich Contempo International Contemporary Art Fair

Munich Contempo is a new international contemporary art fair that seeks its success in the secret capital of Germany, Munich. Munich is know for its Oktoberfest that takes place just these days. According to the initiators of the fair, this attracts a lot of wealthy visitors from abroad, and Munich Contempo wants to take advantage of that by running concurrently to the big Bier und Sauerkraut party.

VernissageTV visited the fair during the press preview and spoke with several gallerists, German media artist Klaus vom Bruch, and architects Florian Schmidhuber and Fabian Ochs (O.S.A.). Klaus vom Bruch has a special exhibition with Françoise Heitsch Gallery (Munich), Derya Demir (Galeri NON, Istanbul) presents works by Extramücadele (Extrastruggle); Klaus Kiefer (Galerie KK, Essen, Germany) introduces us to the work of Yongbo Zhao; Manuela Huber (Arthobler Gallery, Lisbon and Porto, Portugal) explains the video works of Jakub Nepras; and Matthias Hauser (Galeria Hauser, A Coruna, Spain) talks about the work of Regina Silveira.

Munich Contempo International Contemporary Art Fair. Press Preview, September 29, 2010.

PS: Review of the fair by Stefan Kobel on Artnet (in German language): Click here!

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July 01 2010

Designer Alessandro Mendini in Conversation with Dr. Corinna Rösner at the International Design Museum Munich

In this conversation with the Chief Curator of Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum in Munich, Dr. Corinna Rösner, Alessandro Mendini talks about his work for Alessi, the personal bonds with the Alessi family, and the phases the Alessi design went through over the decades.

Alessandro Mendini is one of the great figures of design. Not only with its products but above all through its influential ideas, actions and meta projects Alessi wrote European design history and provided inspiration for reflections on the future of design. Since the 1970s Alessandro Mendini has played a central role for the development of Italian design as designer, architect and theoretician. His unusual, radical ideas made him a mentor and stimulus for the creative avant-garde. Mendini founded groups such as Global Tools and Alchimia, managed the most influential Italian design magazines and with his theories on banal and re-design was instrumental in securing the success of Postmodernism.

For Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum in Munich, Alessandro Mendini curated a retrospective of the last 30 years of Italian design. The exhibition titled Oggetti e Progetti focuses on the Alessi company, which evolved from a small metal-working firm into a creative factory in the field of design with global operations.

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May 26 2010

Oggetti e Progetti – Alessi. Storia e futuro di una fabbrica del design italiano / Thirty Years of Italian Design

One of the really great figures of design – Alessandro Mendini – is curating and designing a retrospective of the last 30 years of Italian design specially for Die Neue Sammlung. Alessandro Mendini focuses his exhibition on a key player in the design world: the Alessi company, which has very successfully morphed from a small metal-working firm into a creative factory in the field of design with global operations. Not only with its products but above all through its influential ideas, actions and meta projects Alessi wrote European design history and provided inspiration for reflections on the future of design. The exhibition is titled “Oggetti e Progetti – Alessi” and runs until September 19, 2010.

This video provides a walk through of the exhibition on the occasion of the opening reception. Coming soon: Alessandro Mendini in conversation with Dr. Corinna Rösner, Chief Curator Die Neue Sammlung.

Oggetti e Progetti – Alessi: Storia e futuro di una fabbrica del design italiano. An exhibition by Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich – in cooperation with Museo Alessi.

Alessi retrospective at Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum in Munich / Germany. Opening reception, May 21, 2010.

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May 24 2010

Susanne Pittroff: Metamorphoses / Françoise Heitsch Gallery, Munich

The exhibition “Metamorphoses” at the gallery Françoise Heitsch in Munich displays objects and drawings created during the last three years by Susanne Pittroff; her artworks play with the architectural design repertoire in order to disclose urban sites and their social relations. She uses simple forms, which are altered by the means of folding. Susanne Pittroff was born in Munich in1959. She lives and works in Munich. The exhibition runs until June 5, 2010.

“Albeit the design does not represent architectural projects, it still originates from urban environments. Thus, the artist shows wall objects titled ‘metamorphoses,’ which derive from an octagon’s floor plan. This form is repeatedly changed in a minimalist way. The installation ‘public shelter,’ too, refers to social spheres – private space or public space? Three mats are leaning against the wall, whereas the different order and colour of the cover produce, according to the mats’ positioning, various patterns. If the spectator engages with the concepts behind her objects and installations, s/he finds him/herself in a dilemma of ambiguities, which are supposed to relinquish fixed patterns of perception. As seen, for example, in the oversized necklace ‘bound to be wild’ from 2007. These are combined differences and opposing realities respectively, which have to be resolved and conceived as a harmonious interplay. Susanne Pittroff consciously creates these links and provides thought-provoking impulses in order to decode them. These ambiguous connections reflect social structures. It is a sphere in which the language of forms replaces conventional language – art becomes a form of language.” (press text)

Susanne Pittroff: Metamorphoses / Françoise Heitsch Gallery, Munich. Munich, May 20, 2010.

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March 15 2010

The Danner Rotunda – Jewelry Arts in the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich curated by Karl Fritsch

The Danner-Rotunda at Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich presents contemporary works from over hundred international goldsmiths. The exhibition is to a large extend drawn from the international collection of the Danner Foundation (Danner-Stiftung). The collection reflects the broad creative spectrum of modern jewelry arts, starting with the avant-garde artists of the 60’s and their immediate successors up to the experiment-focussed jewelry visions of the present day. They stem from European countries including Italy, the Netherlands, Great Britain, Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Spain, as well as from the USA, Australia, Japan and New Zealand. Other exhibits come from the collection of Die Neue Sammlung and private loans.

In rotation of several of several years, guest curators are invited to present a different view on the Danner Collection. The inaugural exhibition has been curated by Professor Hermann Jünger, who was Director of Studies for Gold Work at Munich’s Academy of Fine Arts from 1971 to 1990, and Professor Otto Künzli, who took over his task starting 1991.

The current exhibition has been curated by Karl Fritsch, a renowned protagonist of the international jewelry scene. The Danner Collection is the core of the new exhibition. By expanding it with pieces from the loan of the gallery Spektrum, the donation of Peter Skubic, and donations and loans by individual jewelry artists, Karl Fritsch provides the visitor with a fresh and exceptional insight into the international jewelry art scene.

Danner Rotunda. New. Curated by Karl Fritsch. Curator Karl Fritsch in Conversation with Dr. Corinna Rösner (Chief Curator Die Neue Sammlung). Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich, March 5, 2010.

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Giampaolo Babetto: L’Italianita dei Gioielli / Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich

For his solo show “L’Italianita dei Gioielli” at Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich italian jewelry artist Giampaolo Babetto created an exhibition tailor-made to the circular, light-filled gallery space on the second floor of the rotunda in the Pinakothek der Moderne. In this video we have a look at the exhibition and Dr. Corinna Rösner, Chief Curator of Die Neue Sammlung provides us with an introduction to Giampaolo Babetto’s work.

Giampaolo Babetto (born 1947 in Padua) has had a marked influence on the avant-garde goldsmiths’ scene since the late 1960s. He is one of the protagonists of the so-called Padua School and has significantly moulded the image of art jewellery in Italy. Babetto’s works are decidedly contemporary, distinct and radical with regard to their formal reduction – and deeply rooted in Italian culture. Babetto’s work reflects contemporary art movements such as concrete art, minimal art, kinetic or op art in a unique, purist and plastic manner. Made up of different abstract elements, broken down into modular units, or rendered moveable through the use of ingenious links, Babetto’s works have a tectonic character – like mini architectural pieces or mini sculptures.

The artist prefers working in gold due to its stable malleability and its warm sheen which he combines with unconventional materials such as plastic or glass, dusting the surface with a velvet-like pigment in luminous reds or blues or using enamel and age-old niello-based techniques.

“Babetto’s works mirror a refined aesthetic concept based on dialogue, interrelationships and a blurring of boundaries between art genres.” (Florian Hufnagl, Director of Die Neue Sammlung).

A publication with texts by Dorothea Baumer and Ellen Maurer together with photographs by Ulrike Myrzik and Manfred Jarisch accompagnies the exhibition. An exhibition of Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich In co-operation with Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Munich.

Giampaolo Babetto: L’Italianita dei Gioielli / Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich. March 5, 2010.

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