Category Archives: contemporary art

lick my heart – zeig dieser Welt Deine Zunge

bnonhoff/ March 30, 2018/ art, contemporary art, exhibition, gallery, photography

Zunge zeigen – lick my heart Lange vor der Ausstellung lick my heart in 2015 fotografierte ich auf der ganzen Welt Menschen, die ihre Zunge heraus streckten. Meist sprach ich sie auf der Strasse an und frage – “can I take a picture of you, with your tongue out?” Es kam schnell eine Sammlung von über 400 Potraits von verschiedenen Menschen aus allen Teilen dieser Welt zusammen, die mir die Zunge heraus strecken. Auf meinen Auftritten als Geschichtenerzähler erzähle ich die Geschichte vom Drachen Godfame. Es ist eine dieser wenigen magischen Geschichten, mit der Wünsche in Erfüllung gehen. Ein wesentlicher Bestandteil ist es, dass man mutig und weit der Welt seine Zunge

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Video Installation – Musen und Museen von Björn Nonhoff

bnonhoff/ January 22, 2018/ Allgemein, art, contemporary art, videoart

Video Installation Musen and Museen – by contemporary artist Björn Nonhoff a unique video with famous museums combined with famous installatons original sound and natural video effects 30 minutes journey to the deep truth of our being #videoart 2018   It is about impermanence It is about karma it is about the wonder of life it is about music it is about art it is about silence it is about you About Muses and Museums The films were shot during 2017 and 2018 in different museums around europe. It contains scenes from the Tate Modern in London, Haus der Kunst, Galleries, Neue Pinakothek, Hypo Kunsthalle  and Brandhorst musum in munich,

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life lines – Contemporary art work

bnonhoff/ January 14, 2018/ Allgemein, art, contemporary art, exhibition, gallery, lifelines

 lifelines an art series by Björn Nonhoff   145cm x 155 cm acryl on canvass #lifelines, 2017 by the artist Björn Nonhoff  lifelines. my wish for this piece of work is, that it finds a place to a well-visited museum and gallery. Our life is taking us to planned and unplanned areas. Some of them are like wide open space, others narrow and full of stress.  This work reflects the integration of structure and chaos. It combines words, lines, and spaces in order to show the different meeting points between them. Words and graffiti-like taglines point from right into the left side. The direction in the western world where we are

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