Art Walks turn German Cities into museums


From 6 April to 15 April, we transformed the city centres of Berlin, Leipzig and Frankfurt am Main into outdoor galleries with 12 selected works by our #MeetFrida artists. On the Art Walks, visitors could admire the works on large-format billboards of the Ströer company. Whether at Hackescher Markt in Berlin, at the Hauptwache in Frankfurt or at the Baumwollspinnerei in Leipzig - the art posters took visitors on walks along the most prominent places.

In addition to the outdoor gallery, those interested in Berlin were able to gain an insight into the open studio of our artist Ju Schnee. Corona conform visitors had an exchange with her about art on the threshold between digital and real and had the opportunity to experience Ju's work live and in colour.

In Frankfurt, murals by the artist Guido Zimmermann complemented the Art Walk. Both on Hanauer Landstraße and in the city centre, the colourful paintings on house walls provided a successful change and drew visitors' attention to art in urban space. We also cooperated with various galleries in all three cities that opened their doors especially for us. Among others, the Tanja Wagner Gallery in Berlin, the Christel Wagner Gallery in Frankfurt and Intershop in Leipzig were present.

Impressions from Berlin

MeetFrida Artwalk, NADIA, Coco Bergholm, Berlin
MeetFrida Artwalk, Ju Schnee, Joséphine Sagna, Berlin

Impressions from Leipzig

MeetFrida Artwalk, Konstitutiv der Möglichkeiten, Leipzig
MeetFrida Artwalk, Ju Schnee, Joana Lucas,Leipzig

Impressions from Frankfurt

MeetFrida Artwalk, Jamal Cazaré, Ivo von Renner, Frankfurt am Main
MeetFrida Artwalk, Guido Zimmermann, Joana Lucas, Frankfurt am Main

Thanks to everybody who sent us pictures of their walks and the art experience in public space. Very soon we will continue with the next Art Walks! Be curious!


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