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
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
Momentary – a gerhard richter inspired photo series Artwork by Björn Nonhoff. First Exhibition: planned 2018 in germany About the series When travelling to London for a father and son trip due to his 16th birthday we had to commute to Gatwick airport. The train was kind of slow and my son in an intermediate state after enjoying London and its highlights. So I took my Iphone and shot this panorama pictures. Due to the movement great effects came into the pictures. They reminded me on the rakel technique used by Gerhard Richter for some of his paintings. Here is a selection of the photographies.
Shooting back – contemporary artwork 2017 by Björn Nonhoff, Acryl on canvass, 220 cm x 80 cm, price: 1500,- Euro creative process – making of the artwork shooting back The original artwork was inspired by water waves. Created in summer 2017 after a peaceful swim in the nearby lake Steinsee. In an atelier session, the tears were added and recorded as a video installation. In October 2017 in a shooting in Las Vegas more than 50 people were killed and a good friend of mine died a few days after. This all filled me with anger and sadness. So in an atelier session, the tears were added and doing
E x h i b i t i o n – #paperlove T h a n k y o u f o r m a k i n g t h i s g r e a t 🙂 In January 2017 the artist Björn Nonhoff took his recent work and combined themin the rooms of the Kunstverein Ebersberg. A lot of people came and we had some great time, talking, looking, danying, enjoying art and life. Thank for all your time and love . Here are some memories and movies from the exhibiton #paperlove 2017. a walk through the exhibition on sunday, after