With two good news Take a Butcher’s Gallery reports back after a long compulsory break (#FUCKCORONA). From Saturday Aug 15 on they invite to see works of NEAN, including older but also new and unseen works. The opening night will be a non-party event and a bit different due to the circumstances. They can only […]
For the young Düsseldorf gallery „Take A Butchers“ their long cherished dream of a pure writing – and calligraffiti exhibition has come true. 30 national and international artists from 15 different countries followed their call and have created pieces showing ONE WORD only. Every artist was asked to write only one word in their special […]
Take a Butcher’s Gallery starts 2020 with a step into a new sector of urban arts – graffiti. Their long-cherished dream for a pure writing – and calligraffiti exhibition will come true. With a spectacular line-up of top national and international graffiti writers, who were asked to prepare works that show one word only. The […]
The first show with exclusively German artists at Take a Butchers Gallery, which was opened last Saturday, is a group show with works of three outstanding artists, Christian Rothenhagen aka deerBLN based in Berlin, René Meyer aka RYMR, Leipzig and Stefan Winterle, based in Weil am Rhein. I love those urban landscapes created by Christian […]
Train passengers starting/arriving at Fligern S have to learn, that there was a change in the appearance of the surrounding facades of two houses, visible best from the platform. Both walls were painted by an unknown artist.
Money makes the world go around and that’s what this spectacular exhibition shows in all artworks exibited. Defacing the banknotes with a variety of techniques from freehand, stencil, acrylic, spraypaint, marker pen to collage, leads to a new meaning and nominal worth becomes a side-note.
Take a Butcher’s Gallery starts „URBAN CREATURES“ – European group show with 4 artists from England, France, Switzerland and Austria
Yes indeed, I know this is unusual and late as well. But for those of you who are open for a vernissage on a Thursday, this may turn out to be an adventure. Take a Butcher’s Gallery shows a group show with: DMSTFF from England – Pasted, sprayed, sketched or drawn – whichever medium: Punk’s […]
Düsseldorf has two famous streets known far beyond the city limits. Königsallee, or better known as KÖ – downtown shopping mile and strolling promenade for the rich and pretty folks – and Kiefernstraße, the counterpart of everything the KÖ stands for.
Looking at Kiefernstraße and the construction trailers there for several years, for me it begs the question: how many trailers are you looking at and is the number a constant, means are they always the same or do they change?
More pictures of Kiefernstraße -> click