Designboom Magazine

Three hundred years in the past, on 23 July 1721, Anna Dorothea Therbusch was born in Berlin, who would go on to turn into one of the necessary ladies artists of the 18th century. To mark the tercentenary of her birth, in autumn of 2021 the Gemäldegalerie is honouring this extraordinary artist and forerunner of women’s emancipation with a focussed particular exhibition featuring key works from the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin’s personal collections. More latest research, nonetheless, such as Georges Vigarello’s Les métamorphoses du gras. Histoire de l’obésité du Moyen Âge au XXe siècle or Christopher E. Forth’s Fat. A Cultural History of the Stuff of life have demonstrated that the slim silhouette may already be a super for European elites in the Medieval interval and that the fats physique could probably be seen as socially inferior from Roman Antiquity onwards. The prize, awarded annually to a UK visible and …