In 2017, Berlin and the Swiss capital of Zurich hosted a series of art exhibitions, and the city of Stuttgart and Geneva came to a similar conclusion.
The Neon Art Exhibition, the largest in the world, took place in both cities.
The exhibition, which opened in 2019, is a show by two artists called the Neon Art Collective, who work together in an artistic studio.
The duo uses neon art as a canvas for their projects, and they have created a collection of over 200,000 neon art pieces, all of which were inspired by the artistes’ respective environments.
In addition to the artworks, the show featured a series called the Neustadt, which is a tribute to neon, and a documentary by the Berlin-based photographer Mika Wahl.
It also featured the artist Lola and the artist Kari Bäckman, who were photographed in Stuttgard.
“It was very important to me that the project is a place where we could get a glimpse of each other and meet people,” says Kari, a 22-year-old artist based in Berlin.
“I love this city.
It has a good vibe, and it’s a beautiful city.
I was very interested in the Neon Arts Exhibition, so I wanted to share my ideas with the world.”
The Neon Art Collection consists of over a million pieces of neon art, all created by artists Kari and Lola, who are based in Stettgart.
The collection is comprised of over 30,000 pieces of artworks that are created by various artists from different countries.
“I am an artist, and I’m looking for a place to put my work,” says Lola.
“So I am happy to work here, because it’s the only place where I can be.
In a way, this exhibition is like my home.
It’s like a sanctuary.
It was a good time to get out of the house and come here.
I really like the idea of this exhibition.”
Kari and her partner, Lola are both in their mid-30s, and both have worked for several years as artists.
They both grew up in the suburbs of Stettgard, which they now call home.
“In the beginning, we didn’t have a lot of money, so we were working on the art projects for a lot less money,” says the artist.
“We are both very grateful for that.
We are very grateful to our parents for giving us everything that we have.
We both started out with nothing, and now we have money, and we love to share it with the public.”
For Lola’s work, the Neon Festival is an ongoing process.
“When I started the Neon Festivals, I thought, I will do one every year,” she says.
“But I didn’t know it would be a worldwide event.
We were very lucky to be chosen by some of the artists who participated in the show.
I think it’s important to have something like this in Berlin because there is a lot to discover.”
In addition, Lolicana has a new partner in the art world.
“My partner Kari is also a musician, and she started as a pianist and now she is doing a solo career,” she explains.
“She has made quite a career from doing a lot more than just music, so she is always ready to do more.”
Karel also had a chance to work with Lola on her project, which was a collaboration with the Stuttgarten Art Festival.
“Kari is the artiste who has the best eye for detail.
She’s a very detailed person,” explains Kari.
“One of the pieces I worked on is a small statue of Lola standing in the middle of a neon tree.
The tree has two different shades of light.
I created a different color shade for each shade of light, so the statue was very special.
When we started working together, I was surprised that he was able to produce something so good and so good-looking. “
In the end, this was my favorite piece, but it’s not the only one,” says Tari.
“When we started working together, I was surprised that he was able to produce something so good and so good-looking.
I knew he could make something good.
But I was also surprised how he made it look so beautiful and so unique.
This is a great piece of art, but I have to say that it’s my favorite part of the whole Neon Art Festival.”
In 2017, Lela became a member of the Neon arts collective, which she calls a dream come true.
“The whole Neon Festival was the first time in my life I could be part of something like that, so this was really important for me,” she adds.
“It was a real privilege to be part for the first few years.
I have learned so much from this project.
I’ve always been fascinated by neon, so it was nice