Not only are these guys responsible for our gallery's street promotion to look good, they just launched their own blog with recommendations for what they think you should see in Hamburg's art, music and party scene: HANSUNDGABI.de will be your resource to finding out where to go in Hamburg-City.
Before Jeremy Fish arrives in Hamburg next week, he will show at ArtyFarty-Gallery in Cologne this Saturday, May 15, starting at 7 pm. ArtyFarty is also celebrating its first birthday ... I guess this means Jeremy will have enough reasons to party while in Germany.
You can read about his travels in his blog.
Jeremy will open his show "The road less traveled" with us in Hamburg on May 29 (8 - 11 p.m.). More info here.
It's Secret Wars-time again in Hamburg, and this thursday (May 13, starting at 8 p.m.), the local crew battles again Amsterdam. The event will take place at Waagenbau, and heliumcowboy will play a minor part in all of this ... just drop by, have a few drinks and watch the guys perform!
Video above documents the first Secret Wars-battle in Hamburg, which took place in March.
As the grand reopening and the vernissage of Jeremy Fish's "The road less traveled", our first exhibition at the new space, is moving closer, we are getting more and more excited every day. Especially as there are still so many obstacles in the way that we have to resolve until then. Well. Anyone who has ever built his own house knows what I am talking about ... okay, so replace "excited" with "nervous".
Anyway. We WILL open Jeremy's show on May 29, no matter what. So leave the worries to us and enjoy the poster for the show that just arrived from the printers and will be up in the city shortly before the opening date. Leftovers will be available for free at the opening.
Back from Tokio and his exhibition "Ever" at the Diesel Denim Gallery, Boris shared some photos with us on his website. Click this link to see them all.
Well. More like "outer space, version 1974". And truly just a tinfoil-impression from the construction site of our new ranch. Full progress report on the building of our new gallery space, to open May 29 with Jeremy Fish and his exhibition "The road less traveled": continue reading here (includes new pictures).
While most likely police cars will be burning in Hamburg and Berlin tomorrow, Naples sees the opening of a very special exhibition at Museum MADRE: "Urban Superstars", an exhibition covering the fields of "Urban Art, Pop Surrealism, LowBrow, Underground Art and international young Contemporary Art" (quote from their website).
The show, curated by David Vecchiato, runs until December 12 and boasts an impressive line-up of influential artists from all across the world. Amongst the 40 artists you'll find the "heliumcowboy superstars" Boris Hoppek, Jim Avignon, Jon Burgerman, Victor Castillo and Jeremy Fish. And your most favourite Doodle-Popstars, ANXIETEAM, will perform live on May 2nd.
For complete info follow this link to the Urban Superstars-website.
(Image: Victor Castillo, "Broken Faces", acrylics on canvas, 300cm x 230 cm. Created while Victor was in Hamburg for his show "Restless and Wild", Nov/Dec 2009)