SIX ARTISTS, THREE COUNTRIES: “Now and Then” group exhibition by Gaby Ludwig, Kerstin Herrmann, Peer Boehm, Helmut Brandt, Olivier Graine and Niteen Gupte

Influenced by black and white photos: two paintings by Peer Boehm.
Influenced by black and white photos: two paintings by Peer Boehm.

What they have in common is a former workspace in Cologne they have shared.

Six artists from three countries. Germany, France and India. Now an exhibition brought Gaby Ludwig, Kerstin Herrmann, Peer Boehm, Helmut Brandt, Olivier Graine and Niteen Gupte back together.

They all show a round up of what they have produced in the last ten years. From oil paintings to sculptures. Handwritten art to objects.

The transatlantic diablog was on location at Museum Zündorfer Wehrturm to ask artist Helmut Brandt about working in a former tool factory. “It was a place full of life,” he says. At least one child may habe been born there, too.

But “it was a shared workspace, not a shared apartment,” Gaby Ludwig adds.

Here’s our view on the exhibition:

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