Open Space for 51 internationally invited artists selected from the final presentations of the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf and HBK-Essen.

Patronage: Lord Mayor Andreas Mucke Download the FABRIC of ART
programme: _FOA_PROGR_20191101 Participating artists*:

with: Bernhard Adams, Bianca Baierl, Ralf Berger, Marco Biermann, Dorothee Clara Brings, Ruben S. Bürgam, Jaana Caspary, Dora Celentano, Seulgi Choi, Aurel Dahlgrün, Gregor Eisenmann, Nicholas Grafia, Chun-Lan Hermann, Isabelle Heske, Jonas Hohnke, Xénia Imrová, Jörg Paul Janka, Taka Kagitomi, Yuan Keru, Tomas Kleiner, Moritz Krauth, Anja Kreitz, Sangchul Lee, Lotte Maiwald, Harkeerat Mangat, Claudia Mann, Steffen Meister, Klaus Mettig, Katharina Monka, Roy Mordechay, Karla Paredes, Charlotte Perrin, Lorenzo Pompa, Robert Pufleb, RaumZeitPiraten, Magdalena von Rudy, Simon Rummel, Mira Sasse, Peter Schmersal, Pascal Sender, Kara Stephan, Simon Tretter, Gan-Erdene Tsend, Sophie Ullrich, Shari Weirig, Christoph Westermeier, Zorah Wichlatz, Xu Yong, Deng Yufeng, Xu Guo Xiong, Yiy Zhang

Location: Kaiser & Dicke, entrance Ferdinand-Thun-Str. 29, 42289 Wuppertal -Barmen (During events: entrance Gewerbeschulstraße 74-78) Curators

The exhibition is curated by Pia Witzmann.

The participating artists were selected by the curatorial team consisting of Dr. Gregor Jansen (Director of the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf), Dr. Astrid Legge (Curator Provinzial Rheinland, Board 701 e.V.), Jon Moscow (artist and curator), Dr. Bettina Paust (Head of the Cultural Office of the City of Wuppertal /curator), Dr. Raimund Stecker (HBK Essen/curator) and Pia Witzmann (independent curator).

Guided tours by the curators: Sunday, 10.11., 17.11., 24.11. 2019, 3 p.m. each Finissage: Sunday, 1 December 2019, 3 p.m. Details on the programme of the vernissage as well as additional events at: Press:

With Fabric of Art, 51 visual artists from numerous countries are transforming the 8,000 sqm2 listed industrial site of the former Kaiser & Dicke ribbon weaving factory in Wuppertal-Barmen into a temporary open space.

Fabric of Art is an artistic exploration through all media of the visual arts at a location that not only exemplifies the history of the city of Wuppertal, but also current global developments shaped by industry.

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