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Notre-dame de Paris Cathedral | 7 facts about the architectual monument

It is one of the most famous monuments of French capital Paris: the cathedral Notre-dame de Paris. On April 15, 2019 a devastating fire destroyed large parts of the historic building. Here are seven facts about Notre-dame: 1. The name: Notre-dame de Paris. In English it means “Our Lady of Paris.” Many churches are named Notre dame – all of them are sanctified to the … Continue reading Notre-dame de Paris Cathedral | 7 facts about the architectual monument

Abstract, colorful and pragmatic – Art Exhibition by Nadja Nafe and Maike Eilers

“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

MUSIC-PIONEER MANUEL GÖTTSCHING AND MORE ARTISTS AT DIE DIGITALE: Latest run of Düsseldorf’s festival for digital music and art starts November 10

It’s one of the most important albums of the 20th century. A milestone of electronic music,” says Werner Pillig. Electronic music pioneer Manuel Göttsching’s concert, with his rarely performed album “E2-E4”, is one of the highlights of the 2017 run of the die digitale festival. Pillig and collaborator Peter Witt are the creative minds behind Düsseldorfs festival for digital music and art – this year with its second run and presented at various, among them more than 13 off-places in town.

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