The new renovated Kaiser Wilhelm Museum

From 1894 until 1897 the architect Hugo Koch built the Kaiser Wilhelm Museum in the style of eclecticism at the Westwall in Crefeld (Germany). After minor renovations between 1966 and 1968 the town Crefeld decided in 2012 to modernize it completely according to international museum standards: In the inside you will find masterpieces of the … More The new renovated Kaiser Wilhelm Museum

Pop Art Paradise

If you love Modern Art, Pop Art, Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol, you have to travel to Cologne, Germany. There you will find the amazing Museum Ludwig with a unique Pop Art Collection:      

Tate Modern: The radical eye by Sir Elton John

Sir Elton John opens his collection to the public and shows photographic milestones from the classic modernist period of the 1920s-50s. Until 21st May 2017 you have the chance to see these masterpieces at Tate Modern, including works from Dorothea Lange, Brassai, Imogen Cunningham, André Kertész, Tina Modotti, Aleksandr Rodchenko, Berenice Abbott, Edward Steichen and Man Ray. The gallery … More Tate Modern: The radical eye by Sir Elton John

Georgia O’Keeffe at Kunstforum Wien

After last year’s very successful exhibition at Tate Modern, the artworks from Georgia O’Keeffe are now on show at the Bank Austria Kunstforum in Vienna. O’Keeffe is known as a pioneer of American Modernism and creator of the most expensive painting, that was auctioned by a female artist. She was married to the famous photographer Alfred Stieglitz, … More Georgia O’Keeffe at Kunstforum Wien

Charles Pétillon at Magda Danysz Gallery / Paris

When thinking about Charles Pétillon, there is one prominent image, that will come to everyone’s mind – countless clusters of white balloons. No matter if you ask your friends in London, Lille, Shanghai or Sicilly – Pétillon is the mastermind of balloon installations all over the planet. In his series Invasions the photographer placed hundreds of these white oxygen-filled balls in spaces like playgrounds, … More Charles Pétillon at Magda Danysz Gallery / Paris

Must see: TMoCA collection and Hieronymus Bosch in Berlin

Without a doubt, 2016 was the year of Hieronymus Bosch. The manieristic painter died exactly 500 years ago and is one of the most impressive and enigmatic artists in the history of art. Born in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Hieronymus created artworks for the urban elite as well as for royal clients like Philip the Fair. In the … More Must see: TMoCA collection and Hieronymus Bosch in Berlin

Review: The Julia Stoschek Collection

Review: In the middle of Oberkassel, a suburb of Düsseldorf, you will find the Julia Stoschek Collection (JSC) in a modernised factory building with two exhibition floors with a total of 2,500 m² for public shows. Since 2007 the international private collection sets a focus on on time-based media art. Further more the Julia Stoschek Collection … More Review: The Julia Stoschek Collection

Review of the Gerhard Richter interview: In art we find beauty and comfort

Review: In his latest interview with the Danish museum Lousiana, Gerhard Richter talks about the fascination of coincidence, as in his opinion, almost everything is random – how we came about, where we are born and that we are born in Europe and not in Africa. Richter points out, that we have to deal with … More Review of the Gerhard Richter interview: In art we find beauty and comfort

David LaChapelle // ARA Modern Art Museum, Seoul

From 19th November 2016 until 26th February 2017 David LaChapelle’s exhibition Inscape of Beauty is shown at the ARA Modern Art Museum in Seoul. LaChapelle started his career in the 1980’s and became famous for his hyper-realistic photographic style, that is combined with social messages and art historical references. He worked for magazines like Interview, Vogue, Vanity Fair, GQ or Rolling Stone. The exhibition Inscape of Beauty is an all-embracing … More David LaChapelle // ARA Modern Art Museum, Seoul