gabriele herzog

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drawings - reelnice/huddle ipad app
animated drawings - reelnice/all new huddle
version2 - exhibition at flaxon ptootch
the chairs book
wall drawings - google hq london/penson group 
the sketchbook project 2012 - brooklyn ny
the bloody chamber/angela carter - folio 2012
tate britain/david tremlett - artist assistant
somerset house/david tremlett - artist assistant
finsbury square/david tremlett - artist assistant
one hundred left handed chair drawings - a film
memory - a game
who - collage
panna cotta - the bookery cook
another book - flowers
more spoons - cut out
the sketchbook project 2011 - brooklyn ny
the outsider/albert camus - folio 2011
control - film poster
diary-pages
diary-pictures
t shirts  - paul smith commission
version - exhibition at medcalf
the secret history - book cover
a to z - two self published books  
the seven ravens - storybook on a string
shirts, a poem by jean arp - book
the jumper-book
shoes
masks - cover exhibition
dress left behind...
from head to toe - exhibition
cutlery/a family
five round things
ten coffees
everything that goes up...


sketchbook
pictures - collected views


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"The Seven Ravens" by the Brothers Grimm - a story book on a string (in a tin box) - A man had seven sons, but however much he wished for a daughter, he did not have one yet. Finally his wife gave him hope for another child, and when it came into the world it was indeed a girl. Great was their joy, but the child was sickly and small, and because of her weakness, she was to be given an emergency baptism.The father sent one of the boys to run quickly to the well and get some water for the baptism. The other six ran along with him. Because each one of them wanted to be first one to dip out the water, the jug fell into the well. There they stood not knowing what to do, and not one of them dared to go home.When they did not return the father grew impatient, and said, "They have forgotten what they went after because they were playing, those godless boys."Fearing that the girl would die without being baptized, he cried out in anger, "I wish that those boys would all turn into ravens."He had hardly spoken these words when he heard a whirring sound above his head, and looking up, he saw seven coal-black ravens flying up and away.The parents could not take back the curse, and however sad they were at the loss of their seven sons, they were still somewhat comforted because of their dear little daughter, who soon gained strength and became more beautiful every day.For a long time she did not know that she had had brothers...

Images included in the Goethe-Institute touring exhibition: Maerchenwelten - exhibition im Auswaertigen Amt Berlin - www.auswaertiges-amt.de

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