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Anke Feuchtenberger & Andrzej Klimowski


The influential Hamburg-based artist and teacher Anke Feuchtenberger has been acclaimed for her evocative and provocative charcoal imagery and her graphic novel collaborations with writer Katrin De Vries on W The Whore (Bries). She has also produced some experimental animated films - see the samples below.

Currently exhibiting in the Comica, Manga & Co. show, part of this year’s Comica Festival, at the Goethe-Institut London, Feuchtenberger is interviewed by Andrzej Klimowski, professor of illustration at the Royal College of Art and author of the visual narratives The Depository and The Secret (Faber).

In association with the Goethe-Institut London and Blank Slate Books.

Tickets: £6.00 Click here to book now!
Where: Foyles, 113-119 Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0EB
When: Sunday, November 4, 2012 4.30-5.30pm

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