“Green is only some yellow and some blue,” the catalogue to her work quotes artist Nadja Nafe and shows her pragmatic approach to art. Something the Düsseldorf artist shares with Maike Eilers. She has studied in Enschede, Netherlands, and liked the free and open way of working there. Both now present their first ever common exhibition. A very special one. Not only that both never … Continue reading Abstract, colorful and pragmatic – Art Exhibition by Nadja Nafe and Maike Eilers
It’s a mystic place. Berlin Devil’s Mountain. Piled up with World War II rubble. An artificial hill just outside of German capital Berlin. And once, in the times of the Cold War, a seemingly perfect place for a listening station.
A 2016 exhibition of his work at Museum of Applied Art Cologne is subtitled “Design, Revolt, Rainbow.” With the latter coming from one of Willy Fleckhaus’ most famous pieces – although not many might know it is created by him.
A series of book covers for German publishing company Suhrkamp. Every book has its own color. Placed on a shelf they all create a rainbow. A piece of work that is still timeless and unique.