Rembrandt in Wallraf-Richartz Museum
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How important are Experimentation and Creativity in today’s fast world? What can we learn from artists that drive change?
The whole process of entrepreneurship is rooted in creation and exploration of new ideas. There is a continuous and conscious effort required to look for innovative niches and undertake the risks in entering them. Yes, creativity is one of the skills that gains in value for our New Work age and it is vital. Creative thinking, mindset shifts and different perspectives; these approaches are not only important for business but are really the artists´ daily bread.
The artistic mind and efforts revolve around the creation of new artistic ideas, shaping their expression and looking for opportunities to give form to that which drives him or her to create. In this post-Halloween ArtTalk, we’ll explore the creative (and spiritual?) drive or flow. And how this flow informs the work of both entrepreneurs and artists. We’ll take some famous examples of both, examine possible connections and ask lots questions. Some artists and movements that we’ll explore in Museum Ludwig are Yves Klein, the Surrealists and the master chameleon Pablo Picasso. “Transcorporealities” is the title of the new show at the Ludwig and I’ll incorporate the wonderful room by the New York artist Nick Mauss.
I’m quite excited about this ArtTalk. Come share my enthusiasm on November 7th Bring your thoughts and engagement and join us at Museum Ludwig!
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