Visit the Museum für Konkrete Kunst in Ingolstadt, Germany
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Visit the Museum für Konkrete Kunst in Ingolstadt, Germany

Hello Dr. Theres Rohde (museum director), please tell us something about the museum The Museum für Konkrete Kunst in Ingolstadt (Museum for Concrete Art) is the only museum in Germany specialising in Concrete Art only. There are different other museums in Germany with a collection of Concrete Art as well. However, no other institution in…

Anna Tatarczyk exhibits at Kunsthalle Messmer
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Anna Tatarczyk exhibits at Kunsthalle Messmer

About Anna Tatarczyk and her work The artist Anna Tatarczyk, who lives and works in Düsseldorf and Wuppertal, has been nominated for the renowned André Evard Prize. The prize is one of the world’s most important prizes in the field of concrete-constructive art and is being awarded for the 6th time. Anna Tatarczyk, who was…

The Interesting Life and Works of Josef Albers: A Biography
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The Interesting Life and Works of Josef Albers: A Biography

Once in every generation, there comes an intellectual who defines that generation. The great Josef Albers undoubtedly falls into this category for his outstanding contributions to the world of art, colors, and flamboyance. The influence he had in the 20th century still reverberates through the art world to this day. Josef Albers was not just…

Lars Kreyssig: Konkrete Kunst and minimalism
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Lars Kreyssig: Konkrete Kunst and minimalism

Hi Lars, please introduce yourself My name is Lars Kreyssig. I’m a German artist and writer, currently living in the city of Cologne, where I graduated in the field of film directing at the Academy of Media Arts, back in 2007. I did however draw and paint from an early age and came back to…

Q&A with Artist Darko C. Nikolic
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Q&A with Artist Darko C. Nikolic

Hello Darko, who are you? My name is Darko Caramello Nikolic. I am an fine art artist from Hamburg, Germany. My means of expression include paintings, objects and installations of constructive geometric art. Where do you put your priorities when making art? For me the arrangement of colors, surfaces and shapes in a spiritual, mental…

Layer by layer: Screenprinter Lutz Schoenherr
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Layer by layer: Screenprinter Lutz Schoenherr

Hello Lutz, please introduce yourself Born in 1953, after leaving school I seriously considered to study art and design. But life turned out differently: I became a social worker/social scientist and in a second university education I became a linguist. Are you working full time as an artist? In 2007 I changed my life completely…

Minimalist artist Vesna Mehlinger
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Minimalist artist Vesna Mehlinger

Who are you? Hello, I am an artist living in Düsseldorf (Germany). What kind of art attracts you? Art that only speaks to the mind is interesting and aesthetically pleasing. How would you describe your art style? A big harmonic mess… To create an unusual constellation as the basis for a new geometrical dimension of…

Abstract minimalism by Daniela Löbbert
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Abstract minimalism by Daniela Löbbert

Something about you I’m an artist, based in Germany. I studied art at the academies in Münster and Düsseldorf. Together with friends I used to organize several alternative spaces and art projects. In Vienna for example, my friend and I ran a project space in our own living room. We invited many artists to realize…

Anna Tatarczyk: Diamonds on the canvas
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Anna Tatarczyk: Diamonds on the canvas

How did you become an artist? I am an artist from Düsseldorf with Polish roots. While studying German and philosophy, I worked as a model at the art academy, where I realized that studying German was a waste of time and that art was the only real thing in life. I started painting, dropped out…