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Coming to Venice for a three month residency just at the beginning of the war in Iraq somehow shifted the perception of this special place and what drew attention for the artist Steffi Jüngling in Venice was the fashion of that year, which was taking up military patterns and uniforms. This look, which is worn […]



Wortschätze, Goethe Institut, London, 2002 Usually there are complaints about the takeover of anglicisms in the German language and some people fear the loss of their mother tongue. During her studies in Great Britain the artist Steffi Jüngling came across a surprising number of German words in the English language like Kindergarden, Blitzkrieg, Wunderkind and […]


Marble Hill House_e

Marble Hill House, Richmond, London, 2002 Marble Hill House, a villa beside the Thames at the outskirts of London was built in 1724-29 for Henrietta Howard (1688-1767), mistress of George II, later Countess of Suffolk, as a summer retreat from the cares of court life. Here she entertained the poets and dilettanti of the Augustan […]