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Skeleton

It’s Thursday!

Last night, I joined Hildegund and the most recent batch of teachers…
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Blogbeitrag Chloe Stead

The End is Nigh

There usually comes a point in any holiday when you check your…
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City Walk. Exploring Salzburg

Reading to Dogs

The burnt orange facade of Jazz It – Salzburg's premier live jazz…
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Perlmuscheln mit Farbe, Blogbeitrag Chloe Stead

Miniature Painting

Very early on in my studies, I was working on a project…
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marble piece of work by Line Lyhne, quarry, 2018

Kiefer Steinbruch Open Day

Friday afternoon, I jumped on the number 21 and headed over to…
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Malutensilien

Form as Foundation

Despite staying up a little late at the fortress last night drinking…
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legs walking

Tourists

Everyone that's come to visit or spoken to me about Salzburg from…
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Late night Kaiserschmarrn

Kaiserschmarrn & Artist Talks

Yesterday, I went to the artist talk by Yorgos Sapountzis, followed by…
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Blogbeitrag Chloe Stead

The Most Visionary Film Never Made

While I spent most of the day holed up in my room…
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Stadtspaziergang Tony Chakar

City Walk

The first artwork we encountered on the city walk was purposely easy…
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Chloe Stead
Chloe Stead
Chloe Stead is a writer and critic based in Berlin. Her criticism has been published by frieze, frieze d/e, Spike Art Quarterly, Sleek, Art + Australia and AnOther Magazine. Her fiction was featured most recently in Pfeil Magazine #8, published by Montez Press. She holds a BA from Goldsmiths University of London and an MA from the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Hamburg.

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