The “Ursula” (Schultze-Bluhm) ArtTalks are coming up. I wrote in my last newsletter about the opening and shared the cool 😊 article from the New York Times.
There has been much press on the show. Georg Imdahl of the FAZ - one of my favorite art critics – has written a review with fascinating background information on the Ursula retrospective.
Ursula’s non-binary surrealist approach is as fascinating as it is demonic. And as you’ll discover as we go through the show, there is a certain logic to her artistic language. Like the Surrealists where we’ll start the ArtTalk.
For those of you away at Easter, there is an additional morning ArtTalk on Wednesday April 19^th^, sign up below)
As a professional coach, I invite my clients to envision a better future for themselves. To create a personal vision that acts as an individual roadmap. Ursula’s artwork is visionary.
Her roadmap is a visual storyboard full of references to anecdotes, nature, myth, legends, and of course, the Cologne biblical Ursula story.
Ursula makes defiant 😵 painting. Defiance in an artistic sense. Defiantly creating transformative beauty that morphs from one thing to the next in the magical setting of Museum Ludwig*
There is a dance 💃🏻 performance during the evening Thursday, April 6th ArtTalk – would you like to see it? Let me know, if you’ll be joining us for Ursula’s 💫 transformative work.
*You can hear more about my coaching passion and “magic” in the museum in my ICF podcast. The ArtTalks part is in the middle of the recording 😉