Luminapolis is a platform for everyone working with light: Designers, architects, artists, town planners, media people, the creative industry. Luminapolis reports about light events: good light architecture, festivals, exhibitions, art events in museums and public places. Luminapolis prepares the next Luminale in Frankfurt Main.
Leonhardi Culture Projects organizes exhibitions which provide the public with insights into current positions being taken by artists from crisis regions, and tries by means of cultural exchange to stimulate democratization processes in countries such as Afghanistan, Kosovo, and Iran.
Starting in August 22nd till 31st 2008 „ARTRMX COLOGNE VOL.01” is a topic based art festival
Independant-China-Film-Festival Frankfurt “China in Motion“ 2008 Read the rest of this entry »
The art festival URBAN AFFAIRS is pleased to announce a large-scale exhibition featuring current positions of Contemporary Urban Art and Street Art from July 5th to August 3rd in Berlin- the global epicenter of this international art movement. Forty-two artists from nine countries, all major players in the Urban Art genre, Read the rest of this entry »
The German Professional Photographers Association, BFF Bund Freischaffender Foto-Designer, has been the undisputed brand name in top quality professional photography in Germany for 40 years, and with its membership of 500 freelance photographers it is amongst Europe´s most renowned photographi associations. Behind this association are not only great names such as Peter Lindbergh, Read the rest of this entry »
Shanghai Zendai Museum of Modern Art is a young and ambitious museum, established by the Shanghai Zendai Group. Its goal is not only to exhibit orginal art works but also to encourage academic debate and to ignore the traditional definitions of what an art museum is supposed to represent. The museum is located at the Thumb Plaza in Pudong New Area, and has an exhibition space of more than 1500 square meters. Read the rest of this entry »
GAK is exhibiting contemporary international art in many exhibitions every year. In single- and group exhibitions special artistic approaches are shown and new views on contemporary topics concerning society are addressed. Additional activities such as lectures, film showings, guided tours, readings and concerts complement the exhibitions. Read the rest of this entry »
Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe. As a cultural institution, the Center for Art and Media (ZKM) in Karlsruhe holds a unique position in the world. It responds to the rapid developments in information technology and today’s changing social structures. Its work combines production and research, exhibitions and events, coordination and documentation. Read the rest of this entry »
The imai - inter media art institute is Germany´s first non-profit foundation dedicated to distribution, preservation and research in the field of video and media based arts. As a distributor for international video art imai is aiming to expand the scope of reception of the artist and their works. Read the rest of this entry »
Is it possible to narrate music? Music, is it an narrative discourse? A reflection about music, does it have to be musical? Does music refuse to be written and to be put into experiments of discoursive order, a text of its musicalisation and decomposition a-significant intenseness? Which part have the technologies of the media in this context? Read the rest of this entry »