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 […]
LIMEY x BAROK (04/2019) & EWG x EIER (06/2019) More pictures of HoF Auf der Donau in June -> click
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.
I have no idea, how my Berlin friend is able to find those installations, to make me happy. This little guy, made by STYRO, seems to be in critical condition. Will he risk jumping off with his provisionally paraglider? And will his crash helmet prevent him from injuries? I spontanously named him Otto, because he […]
Free spaces for creativity are rare and in times of gentrification and housing shortage, one expects free areas to be reduced, but to get a new. So the opening of a new hall of fame in our region is always a huge thing and a reason to celebrate a party.
Just like the day of arrival, the day of departure is always half a day. As usual, I took a train in the late afternoon, to reach home in the evening. To fill the time until my departure in the late afternoon, as usual, a light touristic „lady’s program“ was planned, at least until my […]
This was Monday and as I had only made flying visits in Friedrichshain the days before, Friedrichshain took hold of me. This was my last day in Berlin before departure day and I headed again for Ostkreuz, after having a short look at the new piece of FINDAC at Bülowstraße. He had promised to finish […]
I don’t make a secret of it, I love installations; installations of any kind. Styro cuts, vinyl art, fret saw works, cork – or pipe cleaner puppets, tiles, sculptures and and and. Artists often try out completely new things, to find their personal style and handwriting. To find installations in public space is thrilling. They […]
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 […]
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 […]