Owing to many sponsors and donations, since November 2016 it sparkles in its full beauty again, Albert Hien’s Light sculpture „ZOO“. It tops and decorates the building at Rüttenscheid’s central Market place, which houses a combination of newsstand and public restroom facility. Of course the kiosk is targeted by street artists of all stripes. I […]
In times of Corona travelling by public transport over longer distances is difficult and stressful, if not impossible, which moves Berlin and Kreuzberg far away and unreachable – initially. So it’s natural, to look around, to find something nearby, some kind of replacement. In Essen, the neighbouehood around Isenbergplatz is, what comes closest to my […]
In days of Corona, when lock down is a problem for everyone, a colourful sign of hope, not only for school kids, is to be found in public space. Handpainted stones are placed everywhere, to connect people, who cannot come close together. A colourful snake of stones, which gets longer and longer, can be found […]
PQUS ROPE x FR.FUCHS METRAEDA XXXHIBITION
The weather forecast for the 3rd of October, the German Unity Day, was subterrean. Wind and heavy rain, but in the morning it was drizzling only and so I took courage and set out for one more Hall of Fame, situated in Schöneberg, not far away from Bülowstraße and Urban Nation – Museum for Urban […]
Whenever I pass Düsseldorf Werhrhn S by train, or cross the bridge at Grafenberger Allee above the station, I think about how to get there, to this forbidden spot below, which is a space off area and unreachable, except for the graffiti writers, who have taken the area – forbidden or not – for their […]
Passers of Walter Benjamin Platz in Berlin Charlottenburg currently enjoy a spectacular installation made by QUINTESSENZ. It is titled “COLORMAZE” and shows a complete color circle. They have installed and moved 8,5 tons of wood. Over 10,000 screws turned in and several liters of white lacquer used for priming. The installation is built as a […]
These days BRAUSE, a flagship of Düsseldorf’s subculture, has turned 18 years of age and faded away simultaneously. With a final smile and a last party, it was celebrated once more, to say good bye in dignity and with a smile on the faces.
Styro seems to have spent hybernation with crafting. Now, after reawakening from the winter sleep, he seems to be on his way, to set his creatures free, wherever he stands or goes. And my Berlin friend finds them, even if not looking for something special. Nobody stays home in this bright weather.