Street artists tend to mark the area, entirely in the style of Kilroy was here. They leave their stickers and glue paste-ups or just paint a tag at places of interest, and sometimes an area is developing into a focal point in the course of the time. Take a Butchers Gallery, founded 2017 in Düsseldorf Flingern, […]
Galerie Töchter & Söhne shows exhibition No. 16; Holger Kurt Jäger & Guido Zimmermann – Paintings and Objects
Reisholz is an industrial part of Düsseldorf. It is located in the south side of the city, bordering Benrath and the river Rhine. Its history started in the early 20th century, by creation of its harbour to the Rhine, which took a lot of chemical factories, engine building industries, paper mills, petrochemical manufacturers and an […]
Do you want to know what it’s all about in Frankfurt? Take a look at the title photo, which says everything – almost everything. Frankfurt takes pride on being both, the largest city in the federal state of Hessen and also the largest financial centre in Europe. But there is a parallel world beyond the […]
Turbo Urban was the trigger for me to walk around Worringer Platz and pass the time until the exhibition was opened in the late afternoon. What I found, was a new street name which I have not as yet noticed. First I noticed SWEMMCHEN with his/her stickers, looking like tiny little sponges, facial expressions varying. […]
Turbo Urban was opened last Saturday and I must confess, it was a harsh decision not to hurry for Düsseldorf – but sorry, Dortmund has won and Düsseldorf has pulled the short straw.
The last weekend I nearly have turned over and didn’t move fast enough at all. After having popped in at 1Null7 to have a look at MARTHA MARGARETE and her solo show Narcoleptic, I headed for Dortmund, were in the late afternoon the Pop Up Gallery in an old store at Speicherstraße was opened. One […]
Regardless of weather conditions Happy Easter to all of you and a lot of umbrella drinks
Murals are great; huge and overwhelming. But for me it’s the tiny things, I love the most. They drive me on. During my walks, again and again, the moment of surprise, finding something unsuspected in the streets, no matter if it is in my hometown or somewhere else. The smaller the pieces, the harder to […]
Cologne is a big city, regardless of whether on the right or on the left bank of the Rhine. My walks in Cologne often get out of control, because mostly I discover something unsuspected to make my plans upset.
I’ve no idea how many times I’ve said it, nor how many times I have to say it again in the future: my favorite spot in Dortmund’s Unionviertel is the backyard of Adlerstraße 59. I’m still waiting for someone to give me a hint, to find a spot to top the special atmosphere in this place. […]