Woodcuts in a modern and political form: Artist Natalia Wehler shows absurdities and the fast pace of the world

Zooming in on various topics and then stopping. Taking snapshots of the current world and its fast speed and absurdities. That’s what Cologne artist Natalia Wehler does with art. And in a special way: She produces large and heavy woodcuts to print photos and screenshots on japanese paper. The masters and the final prints become art. Oftentimes as fast as newscasts and very political – … Continue reading Woodcuts in a modern and political form: Artist Natalia Wehler shows absurdities and the fast pace of the world

PHOTO-REPORT: POP ART ARTIST JAMES ROSENQUIST AT MUSEUM LUDWIG, COLOGNE

This exhibition also is about the genesis of the paintings – showing the collages, cut from magazines, such as the american LIFE-Magazin, and drafts James Rosenquist created before taking his work to the final dimension.

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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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