Frankfurt is a city of contrasts, a big metropolis in constant change. Visiting the city during advent is a great time to discover its most symbolic places as well as some hidden nooks.
In 1888, the Jugendstil architect Otto Wagner built the opulent villa surrounded by nature for himself and his wife Louise. Ernst Fuchs – leading representative of Vienna’s Fantastic Realists – opened it to the public.
CERN – the European Organization for Nuclear Research – opened its doors to the general public and WAMD was there! In this very especial ocasion we were able to see the laboratories and the different experiments, learn about how accelerators work and meet the people working there.
William Shakespeare is known for its tragic plays, in fact Shakespearean tragedy is a literary drama classification with a unique entity. Inspired by his tragic works we have tried to translate the Shakespearean imaginery into our personal vision. Feel the black ink flow like warm blood from thy fingers.
Edgar Allan Poe has fascinated generations of readers. His tales and poems of sorrow, horror and superb pain are so inspiring and breathtaking that have become a part of our personal imaginarium.
During the last weeks of summer we had a refreshing scape to Formentera and Ibiza, paradises by the Mediterranean sea. When you’re surrounded by turquoise waters, golden sands and blue horizons your mind expands. It’s away from the madding crowd when you’re able to truly breathe.
Where the golden angels are closer to heaven and the woods surround vestiges from the Viennese Jugendstil. The opulent Saint Leopold church was built between 1903 and 1907 by the architect Otto Wagner at the Steinhof Psychiatric Hospital.
Ai Weiwei reinterprets symbolism, tradition and repatriation in over-sized bronzed sculptures. After Prague, Chicago, Paris and Los Angeles, the exhibition took place in the Belvedere gardens of Vienna.