The social sculpture ARTSURPRISE open a new point of sale in the gallery PUMPWERK, one of the important art hot spots in the region Rhein Sieg near Cologne and Bonn. The gallery shows experimental and contemporary art in a old pumping station of the town Siegburg.
The german artist Nicole Bartel distribute a new series of digital artworks as part of the project ARTSURPRISE. “magic moment” is the title, and Bartel continue the dialog. She invites creative people to partizipate in her long term performance “The trail to happyness” (Rheinbach, Germany, May 2013).
“I like a lot, that another social sculpture inside the social sculpture ARTSURPRISE mark the amazing number 10.000 (Juan Petry). After 15 month the project grows and grows.”
The german group heilandart (cologne) published a first series cableArt as part of the european art project ARTSURPRISE.
In conjunction with other works from Sonia Eva Domenech, Jaume Rocamora and other artists we all develop a new form of art, which combine physical artworks with social interaction. its amazing to see how the art lovers reply with powerfull activities.
This works in general become art in the process of the transaction between artist and buyer (holder). Tthe quality of a unique pieces of art inside this works is defined by the response.
ARTSURPRISE open a new point of sale in the gallery Artdepot in Gelsenkirchen (Germany)
Up to now the gallerist Renate Brändlein offer young contemporary art form ARTSURPRISE. The gallery Artdepot mount one of our vending machines full of art and surprise. ARTSURPRISE is growing and growing…and develop a new channel for marketing an d communication.
“Door open” – the next event in the new contemporary hot spot in Gelsenkirchen is the right place for our emercency growing project ARTSURPRISE . All galleries in the street Bergmannstrasse open at 04 and 05 May 2013 their doors and offer the variety of contemporary young artists from Europe.
The volunteer crew of the hospice care service in Hattingen, Germany, is starting into the new year 2013 with a surprise in art.
The full-time staff Susanne Gramatke, Andrea Glaremin and Beate Achtelik together with Sigrid Druebbisch, German artist and featured by the gallery Sassen in Bonn near Cologne, arranged a very special gift for the 50 volunteer helpers in the ambulant hospice service in Witten-Hattingen.
Selected artworks offered via saatchi online gallery
A happy new 2013 and welcome to my new website.