The idealistic art-salon hosted by Jacqueline and Fré Ilgen in the
salon-studio in their private apartment, Berlin, Germany; format is an informal talk-show,
including a one evening international exhibition and an audience of about 45-55 persons. The
attempt to limit the audience to a smaller number worked positive on the discussion.
CPI#15-Poster, download PDF
Continuation of Salon-Studio Ilgen Series
ABSCHLUSS DER CPI SERIE
Weiterführung der Salon-Studio Ilgen Serie
20th September 2019
GORDON PETTY INTERVIEWS FRÉ ILGEN
The informal part and special champagne-reception
was graciously offered by artist Ben Kamili.
Kunsthandel Ivo Bouwman Den Haag, the Netherlands
Beck & Eggeling International Fine Art, Germany
Mayen Beckmann, Germany
Carol Brown Goldberg, Hank Goldberg, USA
Eve Patton, Hong Kong (HKSAR)
Marc Maennig, Germany
Liora Manné and Charley Peck, USA
Noroo Holdings Co., Ltd., Korea
Heiner and Ulla Pietzsch, German
Castor&Pollux Import Export GmbH, Germany
Ann and Timothy Simon, USA/Germany
Lynn Stern, USA
Sundaram Tagore Gallery, USA
Thomas and Ineke Vroom, the Netherlands
WHAT DO I HOPE THE CPI SERIES MAY HAVE COMMUNICATED?
“Presenting new ideas stimulating your own thoughts, contributing to a fresh excitement for art.
In any discussion about art the main focus of attention should be on the individual viewer: The visual appeal of an artwork decides your first interest; curiosity and knowledge follow. Art in your own home contributes to your well-being, to your health. Our biological constitution is the foundation for experiencing art and for defining mutual interest between cultures. All of us are the support system for the development of art.
It does not matter if one is a lawyer, a doctor, a businessperson, an art historian, a curator, an art dealer or an artist, we have much in common regarding what art appeals to us in our private lives, what art we like to have around.” Fré Ilgen, September 2019