Greetings ArtTalking enthusiasts,
In the world of contemporary art, where boundaries blur and creativity knows no limits, there emerges a talent who defies categorization – Füsun Onur!
Join us at Museum Ludwig for a retrospective journey into the wonderful realm of this innovative Turkish artist.
Füsun Onur’s art transcends genres, creating a fusion of sculpture, space, and surface. Her work is a testament to the influence of Istanbul, her muse, as well as, the many years she spent studying in the USA, where her artistic horizons expanded.
“Wherever I go, I carry Istanbul in me”, Onur says, infusing her artistic work with a profound sense of place and belonging.
Like the tranquil waters of the Bosphorus River 〰️, the color blue flows through Onur’s installations, collages, and sculptures, imbuing them with a sense of serenity and reflection. As we explore her works and installations, we’ll uncover a poetic tapestry woven with references to music, textiles, miniature worlds, and even hints of Alice in Wonderland.
Don’t miss this chance to dive into the world of Füsun Onur’s artistry. Join us at Museum Ludwig, on November 2 at 10:30 am or December 7 at 6:30 pm and let’s unravel together the compelling stories behind her art.
Monday, 23. 10. 23 at 7 pm to Kunst im Kontext #56 with Andreas Schulze and Udo Kittelmann. In Museum Ludwig. Andreas Schulze is the artist of the large painting with the “hidden” sentence at the Sept. ArtTalk that so many of you liked.
Sunday, 22.10.23 at 3 p.m., Sabine Klement invites you to a Slow Art Atelier visit showcasing five selected works of the artist Georg Gartz. Gartz’s studio in Cologne-Nippes offers a spacious and contemplative space for art viewing. Open to all interested in Slow Art. What’s that? A fresh art experience! Participants will view five artworks, one after the other, in silence for five minutes each. Then 10m minutes for discussion. Registration is required via email email@example.com or phone 0176 24550169 (Sabine Klement). There is a 20,- € participation fee. Afterwards refreshments and talk