It's early morning in New York when artist Peter Halley invites us to interview him via Zoom. The 68-year-old New Yorker counts amongst the greatest internationally known artists – in no small part because his early works seem almost prophetic in retrospect. Interview with Mon Muellerschoen, art historian and founder of MM-Artmanagement.
Where Great Art Lives
Featuring works by Berlin and international artists, Estrel owners Dr. Sigrid and Ekkehard Streletzki have created an art enclave at the Estrel. The extensive collection of contemporary art is displayed in the atrium and throughout the hotel & convention areas. It includes works by renowned artists such as Lynn Chadwick, Claudia Comte, Tony Cragg, Peter Halley, Rashid Johnson, William Kentridge, Jonathan Meese, Anselm Reyle, Erwin Wurm and many more.
It’s a sunny day in New York in the middle of November. The sky over Downtown Manhattan shines corn blue, the leaves of the trees glow golden, the facades of the freshly renovated Redstones contrast in warm red. Interview by Birgit von Heintze, author and lifesytle-journalist.
Jonathan Meese is considered the enfant terrible of contemporary German art. A genius. A provocateur. Interview with Birgit von Heintze, author and lifestyle journalist.