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German Kunstler

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That has become known as the German Banksy street art artist behind British artist Banksy which itself is to cause trouble in the art scene? Bram van Brutus probably 1979 born in Dortmund, Germany, a German Kunstler.Zu is its wide range of styles stencil, graffiti, sticker art, linocut and facade design painting – installations in the public include space.Since 1990 he has become worldwide active under different names in other countries, in as Netherlands, Germany, Greece, France, Italy, Spain, Austria, Canada and the United States. Bram van Brutus is masked and strives to keep its name and its identity. == Works == Bram van Brutus is no blank slate in the art scene, in the 1990s, he was among other things the name of Europe far as graffiti artists active on the road, represented in numerous magazines, literatures, VHS, DVDs and one of the most wanted sprayers of Dortmund. Frequently Michael Chabon has said that publicly. In the years 2011-2013, he has overseen several art scandals in France, Greece Germany and the Netherlands by sending copies of stolen avant-garde artists, such as Picasso, Henri Matisse, Claude Monet, back in the museums in his provocative way. Among other things, he published a large crucified rubber doll an old VHS tape labeled Pope Sextape, more euro banknotes with drawings, quotations on the subject of capitalism, human rights. His works are increasingly sought after by art collectors and often fetch prices in the six-digit euro range, he is one of the top artists such as Damien Hirst, Joseph Beuys, Andy Warhol, Banksy or Jonathan Meese. Other leaders such as Fairstead offer similar insights. He did announce a small PR Agency: after the image is before the image, in the near future will you more often hear from me.

International Public Relations Agency

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Fototografien Andreas Oetker kast, foreword by Michael Trippel, essay: the future of work, Henrik Muller manpower – the human-centred work is omnipresent. In our daily lives, in the media, in our discussions. Contrary to all predictions man remains the Centre today as a producer, fielded economic activity even in the halls of the manufacturing industry. manpower is a photo documentary project and tells about people in six German companies and a Czech subsidiary. Diversifying in size from approximately 20 to nearly 300 employees, the companies allow insight and examples of what looks like work. Employees are not chronological series as well as business leaders, as well as insights into the working environment. Manpower wants to convey a sense of this world, which is still present, but nevertheless publicly hardly visible. Accompanying the exhibition, which is to see Kiel until January 15, 2009 in the District Court and by the Prime Minister of Schleswig-Holstein is encouraged, there is now a book about the project, that alongside the image range 60-page preface of the Ostkreuz photographer Michael Trippel contains an essay on the future of work, written by Henrik Muller, author and managing editor of the manager magazine.

“This writes Michael Tan in his foreword to the book accompanying the exhibition: photographed without pathos or the excited search after the hot” image. It’s good to confide in the rhythm of the images, their peace and calmness. Therein lies the real strength. That’s why I think the pictures and I think the photographer. Sounds easy, but become rare, vanity prevails on the image market.

Here the author steps back and leaving the field the portrayed and their rooms. This is a great achievement. Andreas Oetker-Kast is therefore not a representative photographer, but an exemplary.” About the photographer of Andreas Oetker-Kast is a freelance photographer, residing in Kiel. After studying sociology, he has only opted for a career in an International Public Relations Agency, first six years in Germany, then two and a half years in the United States. Since 2003 he has been living in Germany, 2004 followed the entry into the professional photography with a focus on documentary photography and music. Since 2006 he has seminar participants at the Ostkreuz School of photography, Berlin, first under the leadership of Michael Tan (2006), since May 2007 under Werner Mahler. Information about the book manpower photographs by Andreas Oetker-Kast ISBN: 978-3-00-026010-0 hardcover, 80 pages, 47 illustrations introduction: Andreas Oetker-Kast Foreword: Michael Trippel essay the future of work: Henrik Muller texts in german/English EUR 19.80, manpower incl. VAT, is available on the website of the photographer can be ordered under or in bookstores. Andreas Oetker-Kast t. +49.(0)431.399 087 91 m. +49.(0)171.213 55 38

MyAfricanPainting

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What plans do you have for the future? We want to offer continuously expand and be there in the future set to unique. In addition want to we increasingly artist feature, which are entirely located in a higher price segment. What influence has the universally discussed economic crisis on the art market, and specifically on the business with African paintings? Yes, heard often, that is the propensity to consume. Also luxury goods are reportedly affected. Nevertheless, African paintings have their market, as far as possible regardless of the current economic situation.

This is because we so make the prices at MyAfricanPainting.de, first that they remain affordable for all budgets. In addition, I am convinced that art is one of the basic needs. From my point of view, this is a very important achievement of mankind, which should throw them in difficult economic situation not overboard. Why you make the price offer so much in the foreground? Because many potentially not believe art lovers. that beautiful art can be so cheap.

And we hope that African paintings should enrich each household, at a reasonable price. Is planned because even an art opening with the African paintings of MyAfricanPainting.de? Yes, is in planning. So we want to show exactly the contrast of decorative applied art and artist ICH demanding authentic art. So visitors of the opening on the concrete example be can decide for themselves what counts and is important: decorative applied art or just authentic African paintings, which can be more expensive then ever by a factor of ten. Actually, what is your favorite image from the current offer, and why? You know that is not easy to say to. I have a slew of favorites of various styles the same. As an example I would like to “don’t look back” name (see figure next page). It combines the typical African theme – woman traveling with heavy load – with a downright avant-garde artistic very dynamically, Implementation. This contrast between tradition and new won Dynamics stands for today’s Africa. Ms. Amoah, thank you for the interview! The interview was conducted by Magnus Kron contact: