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

ART EXHIBITION: Japanese influences, blurred photographs and the color red

They almost look like sushi and icecubes. Little cubes and objects made of film and paper – and folded by artist Yoko Suzuki-Kämmerer. She, together with Heike Kehres-Woost, Sylvia Ruppert and Dietmar Paetzold, is one of four artists presenting their diverse works at a Cologne art space. “For me it is about lines,” explains Yoko Suzuki-Kämmerer who utilizes Japanese techniques of folding paper and foil. A process that … Continue reading ART EXHIBITION: Japanese influences, blurred photographs and the color red