Category Archives: Kunst

documenta 14: my top 10 of modern art in 2017

"documenta" is the probably biggest modern art exhibition. Every 5 years the city of Kassel in central Germany presents international artworks to give herself some importance which the city otherwise lacks. Here I list my personal favourite exhibits. My top … Continue reading

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(Sans Titre) (2000) in Beaux Arts (Bruxelles): A tour de force through dance history you better do with guide

Boris Charmatz danced (Sans Titre) (2000) in Beaux Arts Bruxelles on 19 May 2016. “20 minutes in the 20th century” announces the voice from behind the stage as the topic of the piece. When light switches on, the naked truth … Continue reading

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Europa als Republik, nicht als Imperium – neue Narrative nach modernen Märchen

Man nehme ein bisschen römische Geschichte, eine ordentliche Portion Star Wars als moderne Parsival-Erzählung und dazu eine Prise Analyse von Ulrike Guerot abgeschmeckt mit einem verfehlten Zitat von ex-EU-Kommissionspräsident Barroso und fertig ist ein neuer Narrativ: Europa als Republik, nicht … Continue reading

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Brussels – What to see and do?

This is what I’ve seen and done and – note to myself – what I still wanna do (with you?). Living in Bruxelles/Brussels (or more precisely in Elsene/Ixelles) since August 2014, I love to discover constantly new sides of my … Continue reading

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Carte de Visite: art by Brusselers for Brusselers

This gallery contains 13 photos.

630 pieces by 210 artists, partly professionally educated, partly just following intutition. In a Brussels warehouse the city of Brussels presents how artistic it’s inhabitants are. And makes me fall in love a bit more with her. More info: expocartedevisite.be

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