CHICAGO — Buddy Guy, the legendary Chicago guitarist, sums up the need for a national blues museum with something that his mother once told him.“She said, ‘Son, if you got flowers, give them to me now so I can smell them. I’m not going to smell them when I’m gone,’ ” Guy told The Washington Post.Read full article >>
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The sculptor Gereon Krebber (*1973) presents with blipplings his 4th solo exhibition at Galerie Christian Lethert. With his new works he investigates issues like grotesque and decay as sculptural shape once again demonstrating his sense of …