Dietmar Brixy also flew into the South Korean sky with a work from his current series HORIZON.
On the initiative of the Berlin gallery owner Werner Tammen, the Mannheim artist was invited to participate in the project "Flag Art Traces in the Wind" as part of the Cheongju Crafts Biennale 2019 in South Korea.
The international project was curated by Felix Park, among others. For several weeks, it transformed the outside space of the exhibition venues into an extensive art event. More than 500 flags of artists from all over the world flanked the access roads from the old fortifications in the old town of Cheongjung to the modern exhibition halls.
The paintings, graphics, sculptures or installations previously submitted for the project were all printed on site using digital technology on 60 x 90 cm fabric panels. They attracted numerous visitors and created a harmonious connection between the exhibits of the Biennale and the outdoor space of nature.
07.10.2019 - 17.11.2019
Entrance from the exhibition hall to the fortification in Jeongbuk-dong (Korea)
Selected and invited *Artists
All types of visual arts, including 2D works, 3D works and photos.
Horizon, 2018, oil on canvas, 180 x 120 cm