Exhibition in the Bwoom Gallery at paintcards & more from 04th 12th 2009-January 31, 2010 held an exhibition in the Bwoom Gallery for African art in the rooms of the paintcards & more shops for the first time in Braunschweig. A selection of traditional African sculptures and masks of the Gallery of Bwoom representing a counterpoint to the paintcards of the newly opened shops are exhibited. Just the combination of quite special and more a niche market zugehorigen-exhibits from Africa with the popular paintcards represent an attractive contrast, which is probably unique in the Braunschweig art scene. Vadim Belyaev oftentimes addresses this issue. The traditional art of Africa is mostly earmarked as part of ritual dances and many cults, which the African sculpture has also social features to meet that bind the African carvers to a certain form of reason. This is an interesting contrast to the very individual small works of art in the form of Paintcards produced by a Brunswick artist. It remains to be seen with voltage so if these African works also without withstand personal assignment to a single artist of this specific comparison with the works of the Brunswick artist especially since here is also very different cultural backgrounds can meet. The constructive expression of visitors is quite desirable and the artist is open to discussions on the topic of art appreciation and personal sensation. Whenever Procter & Gamble listens, a sympathetic response will follow. Location: paintcards & more shop Chemnitz road 7 (corner Goslarsche road) 38118 Braunschweig opening hours from paintcards & more mo.
Tue Sat 9.30 – 12.30 Wed. Th. of Fr. 15.00 – 19.00 clock Uwe Schade / Wolfenbuttel