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 […]
This time Berlin didn’t pamper me. The weather, which was awful the day before, wasn’t even dryer and – replacement busses – that too! My tram was stopped halfway to Revaler Straße and I had to take the oldest replacement bus I had ever seen. A bit dizzy I reached RAW at Revaler Straße 99, […]
In times like today, where racist parties become popular again, it’s important to make a mark. With an impressive number of national and international artists, the organizers of 40° Urban Art Festival set a sign that couldn’t be clearer. Klaus Klinger & others LACUNA OTTO SCHADE aka OSCH & BARTOTAINMENT „GOLEM“
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 […]
I would like to draw your attention to the brandnew spin off of my blog streetartwalks. Due to a lack of free space I had to come up with something new. And so I established streetartwalks reloaded. There you’ll find my new Berlin branch. It will be filled more or less frequently with the pictures […]
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.
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.
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 […]
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 […]