Lets see, I’m sick so I’m sharing this information so you can go out and have fun and see some amazing pieces of artwork. I will be at the long night of them museum early in the evening… I think by Saturday, I should not be hacking out a lung (fingers crossed.)
Work by Kristina Jordan can be seen in this exhibition. I don’t have a list of all the artists….
Das Kleine Format – Produzentenausstellung in Diessen
October 16 – November 1st
Blaues Haus in Diessen Pinz Ludwig Str. 23, 86911 Diessen
Opening on Friday October 16th @ 2000
Costs 2 Euro to enter.
Artists showing work include: Hans Dumler, Hajo Düchting, Angela Eberhard, Annunciata Foresti, Valerie Freyn, Christian Glöckler, Susanne Hauenstein, Rolf Hegetusch, Karl Heinz Kappl, Nico Kiese, Mary Kim, Yeun Hi Kim, Marlen Labus, Angelika Littwin-Pieper, Eva Lüps, Agnese Martori, Gabi Meyer-Brühl, Anh Duc Nguyen, Angela Preis, Cornelia Rapp, Lena Ritthaler, Katharina Schellenberger, Ursula Singer, Johannes Simon, Angela Smets, Harry Sternberg, Ingried Stuckenberger, Nicola von Thurn, Doris Trummer, Dieter Ziegenfeuter und Bernd Zimmer.
Artists included in this exhibition are: Evi Schneider, Maria Vinuesa, Elke Reiss, Bea Stroppa, Rose-Marie Altrogge, Polly Werner, Miebet deBrauw-Klotsche, Michael Holzinger, Beate Stoelzel, Robert Wesch, Christian Keller,
Talk – Belgrade Raw and Der Grieff @ Fotodoks Festival Headquarters.
Lothringerstr. 13, 81667 München – In the bookstore.
Hopefully you will brave the rainy weather and head out to see art and enjoy something artsy this week/weekend. I will be at Goethestrasse 53 on Saturday and I will try and see Klub7 on Friday. On Sunday, I will be at the presentation of BelgradeRaw’s workshop book. Say hi if you see me, I always like meeting new people and connecting with Munich Artists.
Herakut – As long as we are together – two children
Herakut – Detail of Candid platz Street art
Organized by MUCA and supported by the city of Munich, streets artists created artwork on the pillars of the bridge spanning over the Candidplatz Ubahn stop. The project is part of an effort to beautify the Untergiesing area and bring Local and international street artists together on the walls and public spaces of Munich, Germany. The title of the project is “Building Bridges” and is part of the MUCA on tour project. If you would like to read more about their project, you can go here.
You will have plenty of opportunities this week to test this theory about wine when you visit the art studios and drink the wine which will be flowing all over Munich. If you would like to attend a traditional vernissage, there is an opening at the Pasinger Fabrik starting on July 10th for a group of artists.
On July 25, 2014, Munich Artists will begin participating in the global initiative Free Art Friday. This is a regular art event where artists leave artwork around the city for people to find. The artwork will be left only in commercial areas of town where people will be able to find the art. We will load photos of the artwork that artists have placed around the city for you to find and each art piece will be labeled with the name of the artist and their website on a little Munich artists tag.
Starting on July 8, 2014 we have a 30 day drawing challenge happening. This is a drawing, not sketching challenge which means you can have a little help from a projector, a light box, photoshop or whatever device you find helpful when making a drawing. There are no rules on size or format. All that is required is that you make some art each day for the next thirty days. We will be posting the topic to sketch each morning and artists are encouraged to share their work with us the next day. Do on Day 1 I will give the topic. Day 2 You will see a gallery of images from day 1 and the topic for day 2.
Internet art depends on the internet for its existence. If an art piece can exist outside of the internet it isn’t internet art. Artists who create internet art can create art pieces using domains and then art collectors can own the domains which form the art piece if they are for sale. The main point to remember is that internet art pieces are created using the internet and will not exists offline.
Would you like to see examples of internet art? Check out these website hosting what would be considered internet art.
Munich Creative Business Week starts this week and our workshops on Saturday and Sunday are at the Old Congress Hall. Both are booked but if you stop by and say pretty please, you can help one of the enrolled companies with their projects depending on the workshop and seating available. We love having creatives helping creatives so think about melding minds with some creatives this weekend during MCBW. (No Walk-in Projects or lurkers just creative minds willing to share)
If you enjoy reading a bit more today, check out this week’s newsletter. I’m looking for creative spaces around Munich that I can talk about so give me the scoop at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, let me know if you are going to any of the events this week. I would love to meet some new creatives.
BCA Munich has been busy meeting artists and getting ready for the bazaar on November 16th. We are trying to figure out how to mingle artwork from different artists on a table without looking like a rummage sale. The artwork coming through my door has been a surprise. Many Munich artists work with large formats and I asked for small pieces for this show and they complied. I love seeing artists experimenting and having fun. I hope you will stop by and say hello to the artists who will be coming to meet people next saturday.
Each week I write a newsletter for you which you might find interesting to read. Next week the newsletter will be in German and English (German version will be one week behind in content from the English). Why? Because a wonderful artist, Ulli Schmeling (work shown above) volunteered to translate. I’m happy to have such a talented artist helping us out. We need it.