The characteristic patina and charm of the recycled wood is the trademark of Stefaan de Croock’s street art. He transforms discarded pieces into a new outstanding composition. Read more »
Leica camera celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. A good reason for C/O Berlin to dedicate an exhibition to the brand, covering the work of hundreds of photographers who have used their Leica as, in the words of Henri Cartier-Bresson, an “optical extension of the eye”.
It all started with paper, painting and collage, soon evolved into screen-printing and continued with murals and performances. Since they met and started collaborating, the artist duo Various & Gould has been spreading their playful, yet socially-engaged art across streets, galleries and, most important, people. Read more »
After studying Fine Arts, Cristina Paniagua Periscal decided to do fashion design, particularly bags. In 2003, she started her own brand of bags called ‘Pendular Pocket’. Photographer Catalina Pérez López was invited to take pictures of her new collection, and captured the whole process of building one of the beautiful bags.
What kind of a future do we want to live in? How do our respective living conditions impinge upon each other? Haus der Kulturen der Welt stands as a reference point to discover and discuss answers and possibilities through contemporary arts and culture and that’s why we want to introduce the HKW and its program to you.
We visited Patrick Henne and he is truly one of those artists whose paintings stay on your mind. The mix between dark old master’s style, pop culture and flashy bright colors is worth it to take a closer look. That’s why photographer Catalina Pérez López visited him in his studio to not only document his creative environment but also join the genesis of his paintings.