VIENNESE Waltz In Vienna – Exhibition

art meets business. Viennese waltz in Vienna. Exhibition the successful cooperation “Art meets industry”, which have entered Ali Elijah and Monika Mori exactly two years ago, with the presentation of the work of “Viennese Waltz” celebrated. “The Doublette, which appeared a few months ago in Saarbrucken, conveys the dream of hovering, the lightness of being and feeling of Viennese waltz to be worn. “The observers invited are to to tear down easy hold dancing out of everyday life”, Monika Mori describes her two-piece painting and proudly tells of the writing of the Viennese Mayor and Governor Dr. Michael Haupl for the exhibition in Saarbrucken: “Vienna is worldwide known and famous as a city of music. A reputation that shines out far beyond our city, and has become a true trademark. Music and dance are art forms, which allow any borders and language barriers, understanding and cooperation of different Nations and people.

Because Culture is one of the most powerful means with the Vienna today can express as a world city of music, what unites all people in its worldwide significance. This idea of connecting it is who lies me very close to the heart as Mayor of Vienna. The Waltz is part of this culture and that Ambassador for our city and the universal idea of international understanding.” The unconventional shape of the exhibition the artist started at and with Philip k “art meets business” feels strengthened by the sustained success and confirmed. “The duality, which is expressed in the exhibition of this work by MOO, is fascinating,” says Philip k, and would be glad to be able to offer their customers the enjoyment of this art. Exhibition “Viennese waltz in Vienna” until 20.12.2009 MK hairstyle breitenfurterstrasse 383 1230 Wien

Is Still An Art City Dusseldorf?

Exclusive interview with Professor Hermann-Joseph Kuhna Prof. Kuhna turns the questions Dr. Heribert Brinkmann exclusively for the society friends of the arts. Belatedly but always in time, the exclusive interview could be released, Dr. Heribert Brinkmann, editor of the Rheinische post with the art Professor Hermann-Josef Kuhna on. Prof.

Kuhna asked themselves questions like: what distinguishes your painting of pointillism? Where Han in the dispute between abstraction and figuration? Your photos have secret messages? Is 2008 an art city Dusseldorf? How is the German international culture? Corrupts the artist money? Prof. Hermann-Josef Kuhna studied from 1964 to 1969 at the State Art Academy in Dusseldorf with the professors Bobek, Abera and Weber. in 1969 he passed his first State examination in Philology, 1971 his second. After that, he worked as a freelance artist and worked as a waiter. in 1972, he became a lecturer at the Institute of art education of the State Academy of art in Dusseldorf, Department of Munster. 1979 He was there appointed Professor at the now independent Art Academy Munster. He kept all these years about his studio in Dusseldorf. However, the Dusseldorf art scene has the active, adventurous artists have yet to discover the interview wants to contribute, to introduce an interesting artistic personality with an individual work of a large public.

Dr. Heribert Brinkmann, born 1956 in Dusseldorf, art historian, studying in Cologne, thesis in 1981 on Wassily Kandinsky as a poet”. Copywriter, journalist and author, currently Editor of the Rheinische post, living in Kaarst near Dusseldorf. The first exclusive interview with Professor Bazon Brock led Andreas wild Hagen and Christopher Schwarz, both editors at business week. In preparation, there is an another exclusive interview with Professor Markus Lupertz. For more information see