Kategorie Paste-Up

Paste Up Festival Germany 2nd Edition

Do you remember the 1st Paste-Up Festival Germany, which took place at Deutsche Oper Berlin last year? I would like to draw your attention to its second edition, which will take place at Revaler Straße 99, at the property of RAW, on the 7th of September. Everyone who likes can be a part of it. […]

40° Urbanart Festival 2019

About 4 km north of Düsseldorf main station, the former marshalling yard and freight depot, Düsseldorf Derendorf, was situated. From 1941 – 1944, from here jews from the government district Düsseldorf have been deported to the extermination camps. In April 2012, a memorial was established south of Jülich bridge, to commemorate the more than 6.000 […]

Parkett Dietrich and Ferreira | Verfürth Architects show – „Landpartie meets Art of Parkett“

I almost missed it, because due to the actual heat wave in Germany, my motivation to take a ride of an hour with an urban train to Wuppertal, tended to zero. But yesterday  the cooling, promised by the weather forecast, arrived Northrhine Westfalia and I dared to leave home. Parquet Dietrich in Wuppertal makes a […]

BRAUSE – THE SMILE REMAINS

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.

ARDIF’s Djungle cat and it’s Dysfunctional family

In the course of their latest exhibition Urban Creatures at Take A Butcher’s Gallery, a number of artists seem to have lost their way in Düsseldorf’s urban djungle. Somehow they have stranded at Apollo-Platz and met a paste up of ARDIF. Since then ARDIF’s djungle cat has got company by a number of the strange […]

5 days of Berlin – 4th day

This was already Sunday and as in Germany most museums are closed on Mondays, it was long overdue for my date with Tristan. The plan was to meet my Berlin friend in the early afternoon, to walk along Dircksenstraße and visit Haus Schwarzenberg, to have a look at a number of new murals there. To […]

5 days of Berlin – 3rd day

Those of you who are on the hunt for street art, cannot avoid Friedrichshain; it is a stronghold for graffiti, stencils, cut-outs and installations of local, national and international street artists. In times of cold war and German division, Friedrichshaun was a neighbourhood of the eastern part of Germany and part of the Capital of […]

5 days of Berlin – 2nd day

From my point of view, Schöneberg is a must go whenever I am in Berlin. Schöneberg is diverse and colourful and offers a wide range of possibilities. This neighbourhood has produced well known actors and artists like Marlene Dietrich, The Comedian Harmonists and Helmut Newton and JFK’s world-famous „Ich bin ein Berliner“ was spoken at […]

5 days of Berlin – 1st day

You certainly have noticed it long ago, my main interest is graffiti and street art, but this doesn’t mean, that I don’t have other interests on the side. The trigger for my visit of Berlin this time was Tristan. No – Tristan isn’t the name of my Berlin friend, who delivers me with news from […]

5 days of Berlin – Appetizer

At least out of the bed, but still footsore and weary. I’m totally flashed and not least my Berlin friend is to blame for, who has dragged me up and through Berlin – merciless. You must have guess it, I have been in Berlin again and as usual, I have shot plenty of pictures. And […]