The 5th “Enter into Art” International Installations 2018-19, which promote small-format pictures from all over the world, will be accompanied this year by the cultural program “Touring the World through Art”, in which the artists themselves are involved with their large artworks. In Bad Breisig, Bernkastel-Kues and Cologne will be shown Multimedia presentations with large format images by international artists, with relaxing music flowing into them.
On this page you can see the list of all participants of “Touring the World through Art” in Cologne. You can also see the lists of the other traveling exhibitions here. In addition we will report on the special presentation in our Studio Gallery in Bonn-Königswinter – after the catalog (art book) for “Touring the World through Art” will be published.
Participants in Cologne
The gallery with all artworks and names of the artists (and a list with all participating images) will be published after the jury contest in July 2019. The announcing of the awards will take place together with the awarding of the “5th Enter into Art International Installations”. (Please see the above link “Opening in Cologne”!)
47 participants from 27 countries
Albania, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy,
Japan, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, United Kingdom, USA + Germany by the hosts
Thank you for your great work!
Regina Lucia Dantas Paulino Vaz
Marie Paule le Bohec
Maud du Jeu
Ruth Helena Fischer
Frans de Groot & Wuyts Josee
Jozina van Hees
Ai-Wen Wu Kratz
During a lecture about traveling, the travel author, Gabriele Walter, will give a lyrical accompaniment to the screening. In addition to its own haiku poetry, selected poems and essays by famous writers are incorporated.
In particular, the example of the well-traveled German poet Rainer Maria Rilkes explains the relationship between art and poetry. At the same time, visitors are also inspired to meditate on art through poetry.
Scientific research has revealed that Rilke was inspired to write numerous poems by looking at the works of Rodin, Cezanne and the Impressionists. In addition, the lecture will be accompanied by thoughts about traveling in a philosophical way.