Munich Artists Say Hello 2017 In Insta Photos (With My Fuji Camera) April 22, 2017

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Angela Josupeit and Christina Kilg at Say Hello 2017. Both have boxes in our installation. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Christian Silys visited his portrait in Nir Avner’s box! It was wonderful to have him visit. Elke Schmidt his also in the photo… who else can youfind in this tiny tiny photo 🙂 — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Choco Bot does an awesome job brining her posse to Say Hello 2017! Thank you Chocobot for sharing your artwork and positive creative vibes with Munich, Germany and Munich Artists — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Christine Friebe has an awesome box of a heart in our Munich Artists Installation. Thank you Christine for sharing your artwork and coming to visit on Saturday! — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Supporters of Paata Nino. Awesome to meet art supporters willing to spare a few hours of their Saturday afternoon. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Chris Tomas and Julian Opitz stopped by for a visit. Two very creative people we are lucky to know. Hopefully we can convince them to share their talents with Munich Stories?? Maybe…. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Elke Schmidt in an artsy shaky photo … Maybe her creative energy vibrates that high 🙂 Her box is part of our installation which you can see again on April 27in Haidhausen. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
One of the most energetic artists I know! Brigitte Hoppstock created a box for our installation. Thank you Brigitte! — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Katrin Klug Kunst und Kommunikation shared two boxes with us for the Installation! We are super lucky that she took time out from her busy schedule. If you want to see her boxes, they will be at the Haidhausen window starting April 27th. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Paata Nino and Moushumi Sen Sarma will be working together for Munich Stories 2017! — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Angelica Zeller-Michaelson and her posse. This family is very talented with the Camera. Her daughter helped take these photos (not the one here but some of the others.) — at Galerie Freiraum16.
18157191_949968631810817_6678760318627352473_n was in the house! We loved having Anne Schmidt and Rose Slater sharing their talents with us. Both of their boxes will be on display in Haidhausen
The other talented part of Paata Nino played his awesome music for us. Now could someone help get his music online so we can buy it. Would love to listen to it when I’m working on art projects. Markus Ziegler is standing in front of Petra Amtsberg Hoffmann big painting which you will see in many of the photographs. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Petra Winter Marlon Moeltgen and Lukas Mletzko representing the East side of Munich 🙂 . Marlon and Lukas have opened an art studio in Vatterstetten (?) So happy they traveled West for our Say Hello 2017 Gathering. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Say Hello 2017. Setting up the Music. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Angelika Baumgartner and her friend Anna pausing for a moment for a photo. Thank you Angelika for hosting our Say Hello 2017 Event and Installation. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Katrin Klug Kunst und Kommunikation and Corinna Naumann · Samaras Kunst chatting by our Munich Artists Installation. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Bobbie Dunn and Nusha chatting with Corinna Naumann · Samaras Kunst. Two Red Heads with lots of creativity who shared boxes with Munich Artists — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Emmy Horstkamp and Angelika Baumgartner at Say Hello 2017. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Moushumi Sen Sarma has agreed to let us use her words on the window of our Beginnings Installation at Odeonsplatz. Nothing like a few good words. Her box is in our Say Hello Installation which you can see again starting on April 27th in Haidhausen. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Suyumbike Ebru Art/Marbling & Design shared a resin box with Munich Artists for our installation! — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Daniela Elger and I met through TMNK (RIP) . We share a love of street artists and collaboration. I’m super lucky to have met her even though it was through a sad circumstance and Munich Artists is happy to have her work (and her son’s box) in our installation. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Sabine Oecking lives between Munich and Dortmund. We are lucky to have her share her art and her box with Munich Artists. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Robert P. visited with the family. We are very lucky to know this talented and busy artist 🙂 — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Happy Artists! Gabriela Popp and Michael Pitschke are productive and creative. Two things I totally love in artists 🙂 — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Lukas Mletzko and Marlon Moeltgen. To young guys opening their art studios over on the east side of town. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Lana Sarajlic and a friend at Say Hello 2017. Her box is part of the Say Hello 2017 Installation. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Alex Alexandra Simon and K.di Parenzo pause for a photo during Say Hello 2017. Both of them have boxes in our Installation. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Markus Zielger caught off guard. 🙂
Maximilian Lückenhaus and Corinna Naumann · Samaras Kunst chatting at Say Hello 2017 — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Rose Slater and Silke Gottschalk chatting about Art. Rose’s box is part of the Munich Artists Installation. Silke is starting a Kunst Salon. If you are interested and live near Diesen, let her know! — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Lia Cucco will be having a big exhibition soon! We will give Munich Artists a longer time to complete work for 2018 because artists like Lia wanted to create work but needed more prep time. Will six months be enough time or do you guys want a full year 🙂 — at Galerie Freiraum16.
The generous Barbara Süßmeier (We get to have one of her windows for our Munich Artists Installations) and Angelica Zeller-Michaelson. Both have boxes in the Munich Artists Installation. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
One of the talented members of Paata Nino and their son. Very happy to have you visit Munich for Say Hello 2017! — in Munich, Germany.
Munich Artists Installation at Say Hello 2017. 47 artists created 50 boxes used for this year’s installation and provided their voices for a sound art piece. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Munich Artists Installation at Say Hello 2017. 47 artists created 50 boxes used for this year’s installation and provided their voices for a sound art piece. — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Dorothea Grimme at Say Hello 2017 — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Angelica Zeller-Michaelson and Markus Ziegler — at Galerie Freiraum16.
Angela Josupeit and Angela Smets — in Munich, Germany.
Angela Josupeit and Christina Kilg at Say Hello 2017. Both have boxes in our installation. — at Galerie Freiraum16.

Explaining Munich Artists Say Hello 2017 Installation (English Version)


Welcome to our Say Hello 2017 Installation.

This year, I chose a small wooden box found at a local art store as the basis of each art object.

The box size was the only restriction imposed on the artists.  The artists were asked to use the box as the starting point for their art object but they had the freedom to create an art piece resonating with their art style and focus as long as it was no wider than 16cm.

In addition to submitting an art object made from a box, the artists submitted samples of their voices which have been merged into a sound piece called the quiet murmur. 

This year, our installation will be shown in three locations.  The first Installation will be spread out over several windows and is divided into three sections:  the murmur, the divide and the output.

The box melody installation visualises the art practice of Munich Artists, how artists keep their creative voices while working in a collaborative way with other artists.

The three components of the installation represent the following:

  • The murmur (Audio Piece from Munich Artists Voices) represents the harmonious voices of Munich’s creatives which inspire other artists to create and explore.  The audio pieces is divided into three sections to represent the development of collaboration which always starts with one idea.  An exchange of ideas and then the final enjoyment of sharing the finished art piece.
  • The divide (represented by empty space) represents the pause between inspiration and execution.  The time and space needed for creatives to take an idea and make it a reality.
  • The output (Art objects created by Munich Artists) represents the result of inspiration and reflection. It is the symbiotic and harmonious creativity of Munich Artists and demonstrates the uniqueness of each artist which is not lost as they  share their creative energy and talents with each other.

Because the installation spaces are all different, the installation will change at each location. We will share images of how the installation changes.

munich Artists Say Hello 2017 for facebook

If you want to be involved with your installations, you can sign up to participate in one of our installations. Here is a list of the current openings.  We will post a reminder for each installation in the weeks to come.

Note: If you want more information about Munich Artists Installations, you can connect with Emmy .

Munich Artists Say Hello Open Call – Deutsch (German Version)

Now in German. (Thanks Holger!)
Hallo Munich Artists! Es ist mal wieder Zeit, allen Munich Artists Hallo zu sagen.
  • Datum: Samstag, 22.April 2017
  • Ort: wird noch bekannt gegeben (in München)
  • Zeit: 14-18 Uhr (vielleicht auch länger, kommt darauf an, wieviel Spaß wir haben)
  • Gebühr: 50 EUR
  • Deadline to have artwork at Frauenstrasse 18.  April 4, 2017
Dieses Jahr werden wir mit einer Holzkiste arbeiten – dieser spezifischen Holzkiste. Ihr könnt die Holzkiste für unter 3 EUR in den diversen Münchner Kunstgeschäften kaufen (z.B. für 2,84 EUR bei Gerstaecker). BITTE NUTZT AUSSCHLIEßLICH DIESE HOLZKISTE. Baut Euch keine eigene Kiste, die Holzkiste muss exakt 16×12,5x4cm sein.
So, was sollt Ihr mit der Kiste machen? Es gibt grundsätzlich keine Vorgaben, was Ihr mit der Kiste machen müsst. Macht, was immer Ihr wollt!
Jedes Kunstwerk, das Ihr aus der Kiste erstellt, darf jedoch nicht größer als diese Holzkiste sein. Ihr könnt jedoch diese Kiste bearbeiten wie Ihr wollt – und macht die Kiste zu Eurem Kunstwerk.
Für die Fotografen unter Euch: Ihr könnt die Kiste fotografieren und damit weiterarbeiten oder aber die Kiste als Rahmen für Euer Kunstwerk nutzen. Auch für Euch gilt: das fertige Kunstwerk darf nicht größer als diese Holzkiste sein. Wenn Ihr also Euer Foto druckt, dann darf dieses Foto auch nicht größer als diese Holzkiste sein. Sollten wir einen größeren Raum bekommen, dann kann es die Option geben, ein zweites Foto mitzubringen. ICH MÖCHTE EUCH JEDOCH BITTEN, DIES ERST NACH RÜCKSPRACHE MIT MIR ZU MACHEN!
Alle fertigen Kunstwerke (Holzkisten) werden fotografiert und auf unserer Website und im zum Event dazu gehörenden Buch (Look Book) veröffentlicht. In Abhängigkeit von unserer Event-Lokation werde ich aus den Holzkisten zudem eine Installation kreieren. Sollten wir keine passende Lokation bekommen, dann werden wir die Kunstwerke im Mai und Juni in der Frauenstr.18 (wird dann komplett ausgeräumt) ausstellen.
Anmeldung für den Event bei email –
Die Anmeldegebühr bitte an folgende Bankverbindung überweisen:
50 Euro
Stadtsparkasse München
IBAN:  DE88 7015 0000 1001 9508 70
Bezug: Munich Artists/500 Artists Say Hello 2017
Here is a post from last year’s  500 Artists Say Hello event.
Here is a little video of 500 Artists Say Hello