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Dear friends of Kobel's Art Week,Germany has a new Federal President, who is the old one. Because he can only be re-elected once, he is now allowed to inspire us and give us good ideas for 5 more years. He usually does this so quietly and considerately that you don't even notice he's there. Regardless of whether Corona is changing the world, the speechlessness between ... read more
Dear friends of our newsblog and of Kobel's Art Week,a sad message in advance - Dr. Bernd Noack, art appraiser and expert, passed away on January 27th, three days before his birthday. He had started his career as an underwriter in 1991 with Nordstern and worked for AON Artscope in Berlin from 1995 to 2003. In July 2003, he went into business for himself as ... read more
Dear friends (and of course girlfriends) of Kobel's Art Week and our newsblog,Art fairs are being moved - in both senses of the word, the Art Basel Hong Kong to May and the FIAC to Nirvana, because Messe Basel was able to obtain the timeslot in the Grand Palais in Paris in a last-minute tender. It's a bit reminiscent of the German situation with tenders ... read more
Dear friends and readers of Kobel's Art Week,we are already in the 4th week of the year and, also thanks to the freedom-restricting warhorse called Corona, it feels like everything and nothing is happening at the same time.At the end of the week, an exhibition of Bernar Venet's works will open in Hangars 2 and 3 of the former Tempelhof Airport - briefly in the ... read more
Dear friends of Kobel's Art Week and our newsblog about art, politics and insurance,Corona still dominates the headlines - but slowly there is an additional awareness that the threat to world peace can be more deadly than any virus. The chance of something going off in the middle of Europe increases with every day that Russia, China and the USA talk about each other rather ... read more
Dear readers of Kobel's Art Week and our news blog,The year is only 10 days old and hardly anyone has really achieved anything yet, but the feeling of thick soup and lack of clarity, also called future fog, cannot be banished. Art and other fairs are being postponed, museums are struggling to stay open, employees who had just got used to the better flow of ... read more