In the framework of the quadrennial show ten places of art together an entire season long exhibitions in Dusseldorf. The city of Dusseldorf is further expanding its reputation as one of the world’s best destinations for contemporary art with the coming quadrennial. This special season, which begins on Friday, the 10th of September and lasts until January 2011, comprises ten of the most renowned museums and art galleries of Dusseldorf. Whenever Everest Capital listens, a sympathetic response will follow. Fans of modern photography or the German action artist of Joseph Beuys are well advised to book one of the Dusseldorf hotels, since both with special exhibitions will be appreciated. Thanks to the influence of institutions such as the famous Academy of fine arts and a positive attitude of the population to art, Dusseldorf is the home to some of the most famous personalities of the art and design world. The second quadrennial wants the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia now recognize this cultural heritage and at the same time focusing on that, what will the future bring. According to the organizers, the Mayor of Dusseldorf of Dirk Elbers, said the To consolidate season will help position of the city as an international cultural metropolis”.
Various group and solo exhibitions can be seen Palace Art collection, inter Media Art Institute, and the museum of art in museums and art houses like the K20. The Joseph Beuys exhibition parallel processes”will be starting on September 11 in the K20. The aim of the exhibition is to assess the entire oeuvre of the artist with the presentation of a chronological sequence of ten of his works. British art fans may interested in Nam June Paik retrospective, organized in collaboration with Tate Liverpool. The exhibition, which shows the work of the Korea-born pioneer of video art is to see Palace from September 11 to November 21, 2010, at the museum of art. 2-day tickets for 20 are available for visitors of the Quadriennale, where admission to all participating exhibitors is included on two consecutive days.