MON CŒUR FAIT VROUM with David FeBland

In the right context, repetitions can be a beautiful thing – or to put it another way, less can indeed be more. So the tradition of the so-called "Three questions" – an easy way of finding out what it is that drives artists in their work – seems a natural fit for...

MON COEUR FAIT VROUM with Nomad

In the right context, repetitions can be a beautiful thing – or to put it another way, less can indeed be more. So the tradition of the so-called "Three questions" – an easy way of finding out what it is that drives artists in their work – seems a natural fit for...

MON COEUR FAIT VROUM with Neal Fox

In the right context, repetitions can be a beautiful thing – or to put it another way, less can indeed be more. So the tradition of the so-called "Three questions" – an easy way of finding out what it is that drives artists in their work – seems a natural fit for...

MON COEUR FAIT VROUM with Martin Ogolter

In the right context, repetitions can be a beautiful thing – or to put it another way, less can indeed be more. So the tradition of the so-called „Three questions“ – an easy way of finding out what it is that drives artists in their work – seems a natural fit for...

MON COEUR FAIT VROUM with Guido Brancher

Repetitions if applied in the right context can be a beautiful thing. We have always been a fan of a "less is more" approach so the tradition of the so-called three question game as an easy tool to understand (a fracture) of the motives of an artist seems a natural...
MAGAZINE | Mon Coeur Fait Vroum

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„The“ three questions

MON CŒUR FAIT VROUM with David FeBland

MON CŒUR FAIT VROUM with David FeBland

In the right context, repetitions can be a beautiful thing – or to put it another way, less can indeed be more. So the tradition of the so-called "Three questions" – an easy way of finding out what it is that drives artists in their work – seems a natural fit for...

read more
MON COEUR FAIT VROUM with Nomad

MON COEUR FAIT VROUM with Nomad

In the right context, repetitions can be a beautiful thing – or to put it another way, less can indeed be more. So the tradition of the so-called "Three questions" – an easy way of finding out what it is that drives artists in their work – seems a natural fit for...

read more
MON COEUR FAIT VROUM with Neal Fox

MON COEUR FAIT VROUM with Neal Fox

In the right context, repetitions can be a beautiful thing – or to put it another way, less can indeed be more. So the tradition of the so-called "Three questions" – an easy way of finding out what it is that drives artists in their work – seems a natural fit for...

read more
MON COEUR FAIT VROUM with Martin Ogolter

MON COEUR FAIT VROUM with Martin Ogolter

In the right context, repetitions can be a beautiful thing – or to put it another way, less can indeed be more. So the tradition of the so-called „Three questions“ – an easy way of finding out what it is that drives artists in their work – seems a natural fit for...

read more
MON COEUR FAIT VROUM with Guido Brancher

MON COEUR FAIT VROUM with Guido Brancher

Repetitions if applied in the right context can be a beautiful thing. We have always been a fan of a "less is more" approach so the tradition of the so-called three question game as an easy tool to understand (a fracture) of the motives of an artist seems a natural...

read more