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EGGart by Cosia Immerscheen

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Beginn:
26.04.2012 | 18:00
Ende:
- 20:00
Ort:
New York

The German American Chamber of Commerce, Inc.

and

 

cordially invite you to a 

 

Vernissage

EGGart by Cosia Immerscheen


on Thursday, April 26, 2012
from 6 to 8 p.m.

at the offices of AugustinPartners LLC
300 East 42nd Street, 14th Floor, New York, NY 10017

 

To RSVP please contact Mariana Behrmann at mbehrmann@gaccny.com or (212) 974-8841 by April 23, 2012.


Hamburg journalist and author Johanna Renate Wöhlke, also known as Cosia Immerscheen, presents EGGart.  In creating her digital pop art, Mrs. Immerscheen’s creative process begins with ordinary photographic images of fried eggs that she prepares “sunny-side up”.  The artist then exposes the egg images to a transforming digital experience resulting in fascinating abstract images. The digital creations are printed on canvas, or canvas-grade paper, under the artist's close supervision. It is important to the artist that the actual object does not go to waste - therefore, all eggs are heartily enjoyed! The artist explains, “My creative exploration is focused on both the digital image, as well as the egg!”

Mrs. Immerscheen’s artwork has been shown in Germany and several other European countries. Her American debut was part of a group exhibition in Miami.  Please go to www.eggart.eu for more information.

As a journalist and author, Mrs. Wöhlke has written many books, set her own texts to music, composed songs and contemporary church music. For the last 30 years she has been a freelance contributor to the “Hamburger Abendblatt”, and recently became president of the oldest free German press association in Hamburg, “Die Auswaertige Presse e.V.” which celebrated its 60th anniversary last year. Mrs. Wöhlke is also a member of the Association of German Authors and the Authors’ Association in Hamburg.  For further information, please see www.jrwoehlke.de and www.dap-hamburg.de.


We look forward to seeing you there!

German American Chamber of Commerce, Inc., 75 Broad Street, Floor 21, New York, NY 10004
Supported by: Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology on the basis of decision by the German Bundestag