MON COEUR FAIT VROUM with Kristin Hjellegjerde

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...

MON CŒUR FAIT VROUM with Stefano Bosis

The group show AUGMENTED DREAMS at Kunstquartier Bethanien which is opening on September 10th and runs throughout Berlin Art Week is curated by the exhibiting artists: Stefano Bosis, Marion Fink, Michel Lamoller, Miguel Rothschild, Gonzalo Reyes Araos. A MON COEUR FAIT VROUM Interview with Stefano Bosis.

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...

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...

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...

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„The“ three questions

MON COEUR FAIT VROUM with Kristin Hjellegjerde

MON COEUR FAIT VROUM with Kristin Hjellegjerde

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...

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MON CŒUR FAIT VROUM with Stefano Bosis

MON CŒUR FAIT VROUM with Stefano Bosis

The group show AUGMENTED DREAMS at Kunstquartier Bethanien which is opening on September 10th and runs throughout Berlin Art Week is curated by the exhibiting artists: Stefano Bosis, Marion Fink, Michel Lamoller, Miguel Rothschild, Gonzalo Reyes Araos. A MON COEUR FAIT VROUM Interview with Stefano Bosis.

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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...

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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...

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