“Blick zurück nach vorn”, i.e. “Glimpsing back forward”, is the title of the exhibition at Galerie Klüser which I had the pleasure to visit today. I was already enthusiastic about the first Cave Painting Series by @natatogliatti which I had gotten to know some months ago. When I discovered about the exhibition of Gregor Hildebrandt’s class at GalerieContinue reading “Blick zurück nach vorn. Klasse Gregor Hildebrandt”
Boris Karafelov is an Israeli painter living in Ma’ale Adumim. He was born in 1946 in Tashkent and immigrated to Israel in 1990 with his wife, the famous writer Dina Rubina. Karafelov engages in figurative painting, whose touch slightly reminds me of Chagall and even of Fauvist art. He also deals with religious topics andContinue reading “Boris Karafelov. Majestic Love”
In the art landscape of Munich, I believe it’s safe to say there is nothing quite like what Nata Togliatti does.
Before the second lockdown round here in Bavaria which officially started about one week ago, I decided to grab a probably last chance – at least for the next couple of weeks or months – to visit one of my favorite Museums here in Munich, the Haus der Kunst. Until February 14th 2021, Haus der KunstContinue reading “Michael Armitage. Paradise edict”
I see Arts wide open similarly to a research project. I am searching for stories worth sharing and beauty worth revealing.
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