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Visit an exhibition, experience contemporary art by well-known artists and newcomers and purchase your favorite pieces immediately afterwards. This is made possible by the largest exhibition organized by artists in Germany. The show under the title “THE GREAT ART EXHIBITION NRW Düsseldorf” opened on June 29th in the Düsseldorf Art Palace and Ehrenhof and can be seen for five weeks (until August 4th). Due to the enormous interest last year with 15,000 visitors in four weeks, the show was extended by a week and will take place for the first time in the summer months and also on the outdoor area.

This year, works by 121 artists , selected by a jury from 700 applications, can be seen. Including the well-known photographer Boris Becker, who was awarded this year’s Art Prize for Artists for his impressive photographic work. The young sculptor Philipp Röcker receives the sponsorship award 2019. The exhibition is organized and carried out by the Association for the Organization of Art Exhibitions.

Works from the fields of painting, photography, graphics, sculpture, installation and video will be presented. In addition to the selected artists, students from the Düsseldorf Art Academy, class Gostner, also show. The very young artists are also involved: Pupils from cooperating schools in Düsseldorf take part (vocational college Lore-Lorentz-Schule and Matthias-Claudius-Grundschule).

the big pictures

DIE GROSSE is considered a unique platform for the exchange of artists, art lovers and buyers. It is not only organized by artists, there are also artist tours offered and the works of art can be purchased directly without the mediation of a gallery. Under the title “The Small Format”, works are presented that are priced up to max. 450 euros can be purchased and taken directly home. As a special edition for DIE BIG, four different motifs by Boris Becker from the series “Fakes”, “Constructions”, “Lawrence of Arabia” and “Artefacts” are offered as art prints.

In addition to the exhibition, the DONNERHALL events take place on Thursdays in cooperation with tanzhaus nrw. The kick-off is Reut Semesh with the Tanzgarde Düsseldorf (4 July, 7 p.m.). In the following weeks the collective Zoo shows the “Scutum Studies” a performance (July 11th, July 18th, 7pm). On Sundays at 11.55 a.m., matinee events with sound and dance performances enrich the visit to the exhibition (July 7th, Zo-On Slows; July 14th, MYEYE WHITE; July 21st, Sisterloops; July 28th, heirloom).

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