Skip to main content

Masterpieces, Unique Pieces and Limited editions by Cobra Art in Dusseldorf

"Monsieur Albert"

Dusseldorf is not only the city of art and fashion, but also one of the major cities as an economic center of germany. When it comes to insider questions about Dusseldorf, none other than Monsieur Albert is used, a well-known face of the scene from fashion, art, european luxury real estate, acting and model marketing.

In search of modern art, Monsieur Albert took us to one of the leading luxury streets in Europe – "the Koe" – where the presentation rooms of Cobra Art GmbH, an internationally expanding company for modern art, painting, photography, mixed media art, photo art, Plexiglass and sculptures are located. The successful interior designer and founder Abdellah Korari, with his cousin and partner Mohamed El Bouazzati, relies on exclusive works of art and art objects here and has so far enjoyed immense demand worldwide.

CEO Abdellah Korari & Mohamed El Bouazzati

"This type of art is unique and is very well received by our customers," explains Abdellah Korari, adding with euphoria that he has targeted further locations in Dubai, Morocco and the USA.

 

Art is a human cultural product, the result of a creative process. The artwork is usually at the end of this process, but can also be the process or the process itself. Forms of expression and techniques of art have expanded considerably since the beginning of modernity, for example with photography in the visual arts or with the establishment of comics as a connection between visual art and the narrativity of literature. The postmodern view of art partly questions the ideas of freedom, originality and authenticity, deliberately uses quotations from other artists and combines historical and contemporary styles, materials and methods and different types of art.

Similar to science, a comprehensive understanding of the possible meanings of works often only becomes clear through a thorough study of the artistic object. It is interpreted in different contexts that change and differ depending on the viewer and reader, the audience and those involved in the event, and the interests of the critics and other professional mediators

Art is a phenomenon in every culture, the subject of social conventions and – if a society develops a legal system – an object of legislation. In democratic countries, the right to freedom of art is either enshrined in the constitution or guaranteed within the framework of freedom of expression. In countries with a different political organization, the practice of art is often regulated and / or used for propaganda purposes. Dictatorships often use art specifically to stabilize the respective regime. Free artistic expression is subjected to censorship and threatened with repression, or actually exposed to it. Because of such repression, artists then do not produce critical works, do not publish them, or emigrate. Some artists internalize the state, social and / or religious requirements and produce – out of conviction or out of economic constraints – affirmative works.

For more information, visit:

www.cobraartduesseldorf.de

https://instagram.com/cobraartduesseldorf?igshid=11462jnzfq4ig

https://instagram.com/monsieur_albert_?igshid=hfgtjuafy0cw

Media ContactCompany Name: Cobra Art GmbHContact Person: Abdellah KorariEmail: Send EmailPhone: +49 211 2005 8880Address:Koenigsallee 56 40212 DusseldorfCity: DusseldorfState: NRWCountry: GermanyWebsite: www.cobraartduesseldorf.de

Press Release Distributed by ABNewswire.com

To view the original version on ABNewswire visit: Masterpieces, Unique Pieces and Limited editions by Cobra Art in Dusseldorf

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

History of Art Timeline

The historical past of art is usually told as a chronology of masterpieces created during each civilization. It can thus be framed as a narrative of high culture, epitomized by the Wonders of the World. On any other hand, vernacular art expressions can even be integrated into art historic narratives, called folk arts or craft. The more intently that an art historian engages with these latter sorts of low culture, the much more likely it is that they will determine their work as analyzing visual culture or cloth culture, or as contributing to fields associated with art historical past, akin to anthropology or archaeology. In the latter cases, art gadgets may be called archeological artifacts. Surviving art from this era comprises small carvings in stone or bone and cave painting. The first traces of human-made gadgets appeared in southern Africa, the Western Mediterranean, Central and Eastern Europe Adriatic Sea, Siberia Baikal Lake, India, and Australia. These first traces are general…

How to Show Art Work when the Gallery Says No Thanks

There are places in the town where you live where you can show your artwork when the big gallery you solicited said, "No, thanks."
Other artists may need to find venues other than galleries to show their artworks as well. Visual artists living in art-rich communities where there is a lot of local competition will need to get creative about display opportunities.

Or on the other hand, in towns without large art venues, it is important for artists to find smaller and less obvious places to show your art.

How to Show Art Work When The Gallery Says No Thanks

1. Show Where You Go

The most successful approach to finding a place in your town to display your artwork is to solicit a place that you go to frequently. Make a list of all the places you go to each day, each week, and each month.

Make a special trip, or the next time you visit note if the establishment currently exhibits any artwork, if it is local, and if it is for sale.

Also note if they have available wall space where a…

How Art Buyers Find Photographers Now

Business was good; now, not so much. Clients want everything triple-bid, they want more for less, and they want it yesterday. Photography is everywhere, and there are more places to look for the right photographer than ever.

IS HAVING A REP MORE IMPORTANT NOW THAN IT HAS BEEN IN THE PAST?

The short answer is no. "If I get a great promo from someone it really doesn't matter to me if they have an agent or not, because in the end we're looking for the right person for the job," says Celeste Holt-Walters, an art buyer with McCann Erickson in New York.

The long answer is that running a good business and being a savvy networker and self-promoter are key. If you aren't business-minded or good at marketing yourself, you probably do need a good rep.

Simply having your name and portfolio on the Web site of a major rep is great promotion, because buyers know that when they're looking for photographers they can see top talent shooting a variety of styles with one tour of…