The Düsseldorf art collection that is impressively presented in the buildings K20, K21 and the Schmela-Haus has been fascinating art lovers and the interested public for generations. It was started almost half a century ago with the purchase of several paintings of the famous German painter Paul Klee and today is the home of many works of art from the periods of modernism over American pop art right up to.
When first starting to develop an interest in art, there is an overwhelming abundance of impressions and trends. Over time, however, the eye is sharpened for what speaks to our innermost part and almost makes us physically attracted. One visits exhibitions, museums and vernissages, and strolls through galleries. Furthermore, the question needs answering, whether one is captured by contemporary art, the “jungen Wilden” (wild youth), classic modernism or the art.
Art Fairs are held all over the world on a regular basis. Many internationally renowned art events are also being held in Germany. Undoubtedly, the Art Cologne is one of the most prominent of these art fairs in Germany – and at the same time one of the oldest art fairs in the entire world. At the Art Cologne internationally renowned gallery owners regularly put art on display. Furthermore, the.
“To learn from goats means to achieve one´s goals.” Angela Eberhard – A.Beck – Mike Prinz – Gabi Strehlau – Bea Rautenberg – Ursula Singer – Guido Mich Limits exist to be broken, styles to be abandoned and valuations to be leveraged. To take art seriously with a twinkle in one´s eye and to create art that wants to be created, without regard to trends and authorities, is the real.
International artists meet top-class wines from the Swiss canton Valais and will create the design for the exclusive wine cases of the “myFINBEC 2012” edition. A great idea that puts an artistic frame around one of the highest forms of pleasure. Video Making-Of: The wines and the artists Zavannes 2011, Johannisberg de Chamoson AOC Valais by Demes (Schweiz) Lentine 2011, Petite Arvine de Sion AOC Valais by Esow (Japan) BIO.
After the brilliant start with the vernissage „Vision & Sounds“ at the art exhibition „caratart Episode 1“ on the eve of the Art Basel last year, we wanted to throw something into the bargain this year. And by now, it already looks like we might achieve our goal. We will be part of the programme at the Lange Nacht der Münchner Museen with „Rotkäppchen vs. Der böse Wolf – Deutsche.
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.
Once again, Frankfurt am Main is looking forward to its Book Fair that will take place from 12th to 16th October 2011. The following two articles from the KUNST magazine fit this event perfectly. The first of these articles analyses ”The Artist’s Book as an Independent Art Form”. Artists’ books provide access to art outside from galleries and museums, thus offering easy and affordable access to art and its artists.