Foyer of the Town Hall Gallery in Cologne-Kalk
We are very pleased that – despite the difficult Corona situation – we are able to carry out six book presentations with on-screen shows in the Cologne-Kalk cultural center. This applies to the “Enter into Art” books that were published in 2021 with works of art from all over the world.
The gallery in the town hall of the very lively district of Kalk is a well-known art center in Cologne. Attractive art exhibitions regularly take place there and it is a well-attended art center, partly thanks to the various advanced evening courses that take place there almost every day.
The films can be stopped or relaxing music added. Next to the screen is a frame where you can read more about the respective book. There is also a list of all participants of the respective book project – on the wall.
Some impressions of the city district “Kalk” in Cologne
and the art center with rotating exhibitions
The images participating in the books are each shown in for 20-30 seconds. A video is about 20 minutes long and repeats itself in a loop throughout the day. The films will each be shown over a period of 4 – 10 weeks throughout 2022.
All participating artists will be informed about the presentation and are
welcome to mention the art shows in their curriculum vitae.
Gerhard Rasser – Austria – “Silent Paths”
Solo presentation for the winner of the First Prize 2021 (mixed media)
- February – March 2022
Isao Kobayashi – Japan – “Mysterious Worlds”
Solo presentation for the winner of the First Prize 2021 (print)
- April – May 2022
“Excellent Art 2020 – vol. II”
33 artists from 20 countries
- June – August 2022
“Moonlight Sonatas for Beethoven”
69 artists from 26 countries
- September – October 2022
“ART RETREAT 2021 – Living with pictures”
109 artists from 36 countries
- November 2022
“Flowers for Monet”
67 artists from 29 countries
- December 2022
Opening times of the Town Hall Gallery in Cologne-Kalk:
Monday – Thursday: 9.00 – 16.00
Friday: 9.00 – 12.00
In addition, adult education courses take place in the evening.
Address: Kalker Hauptstraße 247-273, 51103 Cologne, Germany
Sightseeing tour – Cologne
Cologne on the Rhine has 1.1 million inhabitants.
It is the fourth largest town in Germany with a 2000 year history.
In general, all of our books are presented as part of an on-screen presentation lasting several weeks at the Art Center Cologne-Kalk. Here, one image per artist and book will be shown free of charge. The screen with the international event is always positioned at the entrance to the cultural center.
In addition to regular solo exhibitions by German artists, there is also a community college for adult education and a small theater in the Art Center.
This announcement service for our books usually takes place, but cannot be guaranteed.