http://www.caratart.de/wp-content/uploads/hendoc-atelier-frankfurt.jpgHendoc and his new atelier in Frankfurt

Hendoc and his new atelier in Frankfurt

caratart mentor and exceptional sculptor Hendoc is moving into his new atelier in Frankfurt. He has also taken this as an opportunity to share some private information. About his personal background, his works and the concept of the new atelier. Background In 1989, he opened his first workshop in the historic district of Bad Homburg in the premises of an old Wainwright that had been abandoned for decades.  Among the.

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A fairytale-like night: “Rotkäppchen vs. Der böse Wolf – Deutsche Romatik trifft Streetart” (Little Red Riding Hood vs. The Big Bad Wolf – German Romanticism meets Street Art) at the “Lange Nacht der Münchner Museen” (Long Night of Munich Museums)

20 October, 2012, 7.00 pm, scene of the crime – Munich: A young lass from the Red-light district becomes the victim of the obscure scheming of her grandmother, a predatory pimp and a corrupt street warden. This is not a Saturday night crime film but the unconventional staging of Ringelnatz‘s Rotkäppchen in six windows of the hotelmüller München by students of the class stage design at the Akademie der Bildenden.

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Street art project Munich: HeimatPunk meets Loomit

“HeimatPunk” is a street art fashion label from Munich that takes a stand for integration and equal opportunities. T-shirts that have been manufactured under fair conditions become a personal projection surface for people disadvantaged by fate: Hand-painted motifs that address the subjects of home and integration are created together with a mentor – a well-known figure – a “godfather” if you will. Of every screen printing shirt that is sold,.

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New works by caratart mentor Bombolo

Last year, Bombolo returned to Germany to the river Lahn after having spent 29 years on Mallorca.   After the completion of his workshop in the *spaltschieferhaus*, he created works from materials that can be found in his new habitat as well as works in bronze (which are currently being cast in Barcelona). He combined oil and pieces found in local woods on slate and wooden panels in his works “4.

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New drawings by caratart mentor Stefan Beltzig

Last year, Stefan Beltzigspent most of his time in Brooklyn (New York, USA) where he graphically documented the change in the Gowanus Creek Canal region for his current picture cycle The Gowanus Canal The Gowanus Canal was built in the mid-19th century, where a creek of the same name once meandered. Only a mile and a half long, the Canal became the busiest waterway in the entire country, serving foundries,.

Interview with caratart Mentor Michael Gmeiner aka LawOne

Interview with caratart Mentor Michael Gmeiner aka LawOne

How did you become a graffiti artist? The graffiti pieces along the railway lines and the commuter trains had the greatest influence on me.    Back then, I asked myself how the artists had managed to create such large-sized and elaborate pieces.  It really fascinated me and, of course, I wanted to try it myself.  So, a friend who was already quite versed in the art of graffiti introduced me to.

Interview with caratart Mentor Mathias Köhler aka Loomit

Interview with caratart Mentor Mathias Köhler aka Loomit

How did you become a graffiti artist? From early on in my life, I have always been drawing a lot and this was not just limited to drawing pads – I pretty much covered all the walls of my room, my notebooks and school books.  When I was fourteen, a friend told me that New York´s entire subway was covered by the works of so-called writers. Apparently, they were using.

Robert Menasse about Ursula Singer

Robert Menasse about Ursula Singer

It really is not that easy to write something about yourself. For this reason, it is not only important but also quite pleasant for artists, when friends and fans of their art express how much they enjoy it. A very good example for this fact is the following text that the Austrian writer Robert Menasse has written about the artist Ursula Singer, who will, among others, be featured in our.

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A piece of good news

As an artists´ association, we at caratart e.V. have one main objective: the promotion of young and little-known artists, in order to help them become better known and, of course, to help their work become more accessible to a broader public. And it is certainly a great feeling to achieve one´s goals. In this case, we were able to support an artist in finding the freedom that allows her to.

caratart Mentoren im Interview – 4: Werner Pawlok

Wann hast du die Fotografie für dich entdeckt und was war deine erste eigene Kamera? Zur Fotografie kam ich mehr oder weniger zufällig. Schon als Teenager hatte ich die Malerei für mich entdeckt. Ich versuchte möglichst realistisch, fast schon fotorealistisch zu malen – leider war ich mit den Ergebnissen nie richtig zufrieden. So kam es zwangsläufig, als ich meine erste Kamera von meinen Eltern geschenkt bekommen habe, eine Kodak Instamatic,.

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