„Ungehobelt2”

„Ungehobelt2”

Posted 9. September 2015 / No comments

Sabine Endres comes from Antwerp (Belgium), lives and works as an artist in Brühl, here she also runs her studio. Besides painting, she created since 2009 sculptures of the series “100 heads”. Finds, object work 11 x 9 x 40

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„Ungehobelt1”

„Ungehobelt1”

Posted 9. September 2015 / No comments

Sabine Endres comes from Antwerp (Belgium), lives and works as an artist in Brühl, here she also runs her studio. Besides painting, she created since 2009 sculptures of the series “100 heads”. Finds, object work 11 x 9 x 40

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“Der General erklärt sich selbst den Krieg”

“Der General erklärt sich selbst den Krieg”

Posted 9. September 2015 / No comments

Ingo Terrumanum comes from Cologne, working as a freelance artist, master goldsmith and lecturer in Cologne, where he also operates his gallery “SOTOS”. Charcoal on paper, 48 drawings cycle Framed 70 x 50 Smartphone Technique, WiFi, A4P-APP, sending Peace Message Every Hour @ generaldeclaredhimselfwarone 1.200 EURO   Ich töte Dich, weil ich das kann. Ich

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“Brush-heads waiting for noise”

“Brush-heads waiting for noise”

Posted 19. August 2015 / No comments

Sabine Endres comes from Antwerp (Belgium), lives and works as an artist in Brühl, here she also runs her studio. Besides painting, she created since 2009 sculptures of the series “100 heads”. Finds, object work 24 x 20 LittelBits technology, WiFi, IFTTT, sending Peace Peace-Message by clap hands @ brushheadswaitingfornoise 340 EURO    

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„Inhumane Bridge“, mit deutschem Titel „Flucht”

„Inhumane Bridge“, mit deutschem Titel „Flucht”

Posted 19. March 2015 / No comments

Fast schwarz-weiß gehalten, zwei Blöcke, dicht gedrängte Menschenmassen im rechten Quadrat, eine Mauer versperrt den Weg in die Freiheit. Linkerhand winkt, mit sparsamen rosa Pinselstrichen angedeutet, Europa, mit ihm Reichtum und Arbeitsplätze. Aber die Brücke, die die Menschen schlagen möchten, bricht zusammen. Die Flüchtlinge stürzen ins Nichts. Das  Objekt symbolisiert soll auch den Hunger und  die Aids-Katastrophe

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