Freitag, 7. Juli 2017

FreightTrainWorks - exhibition in Dresden/DE

The exhibtion FreightTrainWorks introduces artistic positions which realized abstract, figurative and conceptual creations on surfaces of freight trains. An Introduction into the history of freight painting imparts knowledge and explains important terms.

FreightTrainWorks shows photos, original sketches, publications , texts and videos which document and communicate the producing of artists.

With texts by J. Besser (DE), Alessandra Ioalé (IT), R. Kaltenhäuser (DE), P. Rivasi (IT) and E. Vogel (DE)

participating artists Aris (IT), BWNC (EU), Collettivo FX (IT), Druce Boxcar (RU), JIEM (FR), The Funky Diabetic (US), Weichenschleicher(DE), Wipe Out (FR), Zelle Asphaltkultur (DE)

Opening 14.7.2017 – Friday, 6 p.m.
opening times: Friday – Saturday, – 7 p.m.

SPECIALS? guided tours through the exhibition (bilingual) – fee per capita 5€
Saturday 15.07.2017, start 4 p.m.
Friday 28.07.2017, start Start 4 p.m.
Tuesday 8.08.2017, start 4 p.m.

“New Train Romantics – Hobo culture and Interrailer” by J.Besser
presentation during closing event on 11.08.2017 – Friday, 7 p.m.

You can follow on Facebook the #FreightTrainworksGlossary

Dienstag, 11. April 2017

"Aber du siehst mich nicht" a show by Aris & TOCKA in Herne

On 6th MAy 2017 the show "Aber du siehst mich nicht" (german for " ... But you cannot see me") by Aris and TOCKA opens at the former waiting room at Herne station. The space is already famous for urban art shows. Ihe Infusion series was held there by 24-7 style in cooperation with pottporus Festival.
2017 Robert Kaltenhäuser starts the "Museum für visuelle Dissidenz"(engl. Museum Of Visual Dissidence) and the first curated show by Kaltenhäuser is "Aber du siehst mich nicht".
The show is co-curated by Katja Glaser, who invited the experimental filmmaker Ann-Katrin Pauly, to document Aris and TOCKA during his works for and during the show. The show runs till 23rd july.

Open from Thursday -Saturday 4p.m.-9pm.m and Sunday 1p.m.-6p.m.

Dienstag, 7. Februar 2017

Interview - Won ABC

"Deleted Scene featuring Won ABC from Munich of the documentary "Hello my name is German - Graffiti" by Stefan Pohl. Shot at the D'raw exibition and IBC - International Breakdace Event 2009 in Heerlen, Netherlands." source - Stefan Pohl

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