Apollo, 30 May 2022
Apollo Magazine, London

Drawn to greatness

“Katrin Bellinger has spent decades ‘looking over the artist’s shoulder’. In the gilt-framed master drawings and 19th-century oil sketches that line the walls of her London home, it is possible to look over the shoulders of hundreds of artists at work, into their studios, observing their practice. Move to the chic, minimalist print room of the mews house nearby, where photographs as well as prints are meticulously catalogued and preserved, and the number of shoulders swells to over a thousand. This rich, ever evolving and expanding collection – grown to embrace work from the 15th century to the very recent – emerged from a fascination with the very act and process of creation. As for the contrasting spaces that house it, they well reflect the public and private persona of this cool – at least on the surface – and unfailingly elegant German, her discerning eye and magpie tendencies; her seriousness of purpose and her sense of fun.” – read the full article by Susan Moore here.

Katrin Bellinger photographed in her print room in London in May 2022. Behind her are drawings by Anne Guéret and Gjisbertus Johannus van den Berg. Photo: Julian Anderson

 

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Karl & Faber Journal 2022, 21 March 2022
Karl & Faber

Kunst der Sammlung Katrin Bellinger

A profile of Katrin Bellinger and her private collection.

 

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Tendencias del Mercado del Arte, 1 January 2021
Hojas de Arte e Inversión, SL

Identidad Única

A profile of Katrin Bellinger and her private collection by Ada Vicent (Photos: Miguel Flores-Vianna)

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BLAU, 27 February 2019

Katrin Bellinger

A profile of Katrin Bellinger and her private collection by Hans-Joachim Müller.

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studio international, 25 April 2022

Langlands & Bell: Ideas of Utopia, Near Heaven, and Absent Artists

Visitors to Charleston will be treated to three intriguing shows from Langlands & Bell, including their own works exploring the idea of utopia, an intervention in Vanessa Bell’s attic studio, and a collection the duo have curated of works from other artists.

Review by Beth Williamson.

William Hogarth Time Smoking a Picture (c. 1761). Katrin Bellinger Collection

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Hyperallergic, 7 April 2022

A Century of the Artist’s Studio Is a Peek Into the Artist’s Mind

The studio is a place of self-mirroring, self-haunting, a space where the artist plays out the day-to-day reality of the fantasy of being an artist.

By Michael Glover

Phyllida Barlow Untitled: Paintsticks (2017), Katrin Bellinger Collection.

 

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The Times, 21 February 2022

A Century of the Artist’s Studio: 1920-2020 review — a magical trip into the creative mind ★★★★★

Review of A Century of the Artist’s Studio: 1920-2020, at Whitechapel Gallery, London, by Rachel Campbell-Johnston.

The exhibition features several loans from the Katrin Bellinger Collection.

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Artnet News, 5 January 2022

18 Must-See Exhibitions in Europe in 2022

A Century of the Artist’s Studio 1920–2020
Whitechapel Gallery, London
February 17–May 29

The artists’ studio is an endless source of fascination. A Century of the Artist’s Studio follows three years of research led by outgoing Whitechapel Gallery Director Iwona Blazwick. This ambitious show will chart the history of the studio and include 100 works by 80 artists across the globe, with art by Francis Bacon, Louise Bourgeois, Pablo Picasso, Lisa Brice, and Kerry James Marshall to be included.

Lisa Brice Untitled (2019). Katrin Bellinger Collection

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Apollo Magazine, 20 November 2020

Lisa Brice at GEM, The Hague

Exhibition review in Apollo’s Art Diary.

Lisa Brice, Untitled, 2019. Currently on loan from the Katrin Bellinger Collection to the exhibition Lisa Brice – Smoke and Mirrors at GEM Museum for Contemporary Art, The Hague.

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Upstate Diary Issue 10

I’LL HOUSE YOU. Charleston, in the South of England, was a way of life for some…

This feature has been made possible with support from the Tavolozza Foundation.

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Upstate Diary Issue 8

Preserved Eccentricity. Perfection in isolation – the well-kept home of Raoul Hague

 

This feature has been made possible with support from the Tavolozza Foundation.

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Country Life, 23 May 2018

Artists at Work at the Courtauld Gallery

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The Spectator, 12 May 2018

Animals, tourists and raptors: the hazards of being a plein-air artist

The empty studio holds its own terrors, however, as this new exhibition at the Courtauld Gallery shows

Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2013-031

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Evening Standard, 9 May 2018

Review: Artists at Work ⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Teylers Magazijn

Het klassieke ideaal

Preview of special exhibition at the Teylers Museum, Drawn from the Antique: Artists and the Classical Ideal, written by the Curator of the Teylers Museum, Michiel Plomp. This exhibition features 15 works from the Katrin Bellinger Collection.

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VanityFair.it, 17 March 2015

Rubens, Turner e la scultura classica

An interview with Curator Adriano Aymonino of the exhibition Drawn from the Antique: Artists & the Classical Ideal at the Teylers Museum.

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Drawing by Rubens

De Telegraaf Landelijk, 21 March 2015

Kunsticoon in Teylers

Dutch society page profile on Katrin and her collection.

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Cabana Magazine, 1 September 2015

The Art of ‘Me’

A stunning photo shoot offers a glimpse of Katrin Bellinger’s collection.

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Antiques Trade Gazette, 4 January 2018

Waterfall drawing discovered by art critic Brian Sewell saved for the nation by British Museum

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William Shipley Group Newsletter

Drawing: A Pre-eminent skill

The report by Dr Susanna Avery-Quash on the one-day symposium of the same title, held at the Royal Academy of Arts on 27 March 2015.

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NRC Handelsblad, 10 April 2015

Opgegraven Hercules verbijsterde Rome

Review of the Teylers exhibition Drawn from the Antique, awarding 4 out of 5 marks.

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6 December 2016

Émile Friant, le dernier naturaliste?

 

Three paintings by Émile Friant from the Katrin Bellinger Collection have gone on loan to the exhibition at the Musée des Beaux Arts de Nancy from the 4th of November 2016 to the  27th of February 2017.

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de Telegraaf Landelijk, 4 May 2015

‘Het klassieke ideaal’: Werken naar antieke beelden

Dutch review of Drawn from the Antique, in which the exhibition is awarded 4 out of 5 stars.

The Image Seller

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Lorraine Magazine, 26 October 2016

À Découvrir: Peintre et graveur naturaliste

AUTOPORTRAIT

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Apollo Magazine, 1 June 2015

Diary entry, by Katrin Bellinger

Katrin describes her affinity with Sir John Soane and explains how the forthcoming exhibition, ‘Drawn at the Antique: Artists & the Classical Ideal’ came about.Study of a Plaster Cast of the Belvedere Torso

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The London Art File, 2 July 2015

Drawn from the Antique at Soane Museum

A glowing review of the current exhibition, Drawn from the Antique at Sir John Soane’s Museum.

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Time Out Online, 4 June 2015
London

Drawn from the Antique: Artists & the Classical Ideal

The exhibition at Sir John Soane’s Museum is promoted on timeout.com.

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Culture Whisper, 15 June 2015

Drawn from the Antique: Artists & the Classical Ideal, Sir John Soane’s Museum

The exhibition at Sir John Soane’s Museum is promoted on culturewhisper.com.

A Painter’s Studio

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Antiques Trade Gazette: The Art Market Weekly, 4 July 2015

The public and private faces of Katrin Bellinger

A short entry on Katrin’s  loan of objects to the exhibition at Sir John Soane’s Museum.

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Le Petit Léonard - Revue d'art pour les enfants, Novembre, 2016

Le O de Léo

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The Spectator, 15 August 2015

I can’t stop thinking about the Courtauld’s Unfinished exhibition Plus: jumbled heads, limbs and torsos at the John Soane Museum: Drawn from the Antique reviewed

Martin Gayford reviews ‘Drawn from the Antique’ at Sir John Soane’s Museum in conjunction with a concurrent exhibition at the Courtauld.

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History Today, 31 August 2015

Reviews: Exhibition

Colin Cruise reviews ‘Drawn from the Antique’ at Sir John Soane’s Museum, calling it a ‘an engrossing display, full of well-chosen delights’.

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Town & Country, 1 September 2015

Masters of her Domain

A profile of Katrin and her private collection.

Katrin Bellinger

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The Art Newspaper, 28 August 2015

Drawing from an antique treasure chest: Martin Postle on the influence of antiquity

Martin Postle’s review of the “powerful” exhibition, ‘Drawn from the Antique’, at Sir John Soane’s Museum.

The Artist Moved by the Grandeur of Antique Fragments; the Right Hand and Left Foot of the Colossus of Constantine

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Independent, 2 May 2018

Review: Artists at Work, Courtauld Gallery ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ A fine show which demands close attention

Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2016-025

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Standard, 30 April 2018

Art in London this May: 7 exhibitions you need to see

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Burlington Magazine, 1 October 2015

Review. Exhibitions: Drawn from the Antique

Clare Hornsby reviews the exhibition ‘Drawn from the Antique’.

Taddeo in the Belvedere

 

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The British Art Journal, 17.1, 1 June 2016

Symposium. Drawing: A pre-eminent skill William Shipley Group for RSA History 27 March 2015

Susanna Avery-Quash reviews the one-day symposium that took place at the Royal Academy (RA) on March, 2015. The academic event was supported by the RA and the Tavolozza Foundation. It commemorated the tercentenary of the birth of  the drawing master William Shipley (1715–1803) by discussing the earliest history of drawing schools in Britain.

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Faz, 21 October 2016

Und das ist Kunst?

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Stil Ikonen Unserer Zeit

Katrin Bellinger: Mein Haus ist mein Museum

Katrin Bellinger interviewed by Ralf Eibl and photographed by Wolfgang Stahr in ‘Stil Ikonen Unserer Zeit’.

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