Reisetipps - Am Wehrhahn 78, 40211 Düsseldorf

40 Bäckereien bieten leckere und gesunde Produkte. Hier bekommt man frisches auch mit Sauerteig gebackenes Brot, bei Kaffee und Kuchen kann man sich hier in familiärer Atmosphäre mit Freunden unterhalten oder einfach gesund frühstücken. Bequem zu erreichen ist Bäckerei Werner Trienekens. Frische und preiswerte Gerichte in sattmachigen Portionen bieten 86 Fast-Food-Buden und Schnellrestaurants wie Pizzeria El Grego und Pizzeria El Grego. Nicht weit entfernt ist Pizzeria El Grego. Ideal für Singles und Paaren, die nicht gern am Herd ihre Zeit verbringen.

Am Wehrhahn 78 - (Luftlinie 0.02 km)
Am Wehrhahn 54 - (Luftlinie 0.16 km)
Am Wehrhahn 36A - (Luftlinie 0.31 km)
Best Western Hotel Majestic
Cantadorstraße 4 - (Luftlinie 0.31 km)
Hotel Schumacher Düsseldorf
Worringer Straße 49-51 - (Luftlinie 0.32 km)
Grafenberger Allee 38 - (Luftlinie 0.32 km)
Cantadorstraße 11-13 - (Luftlinie 0.35 km)
Worringer Straße 57-61 - (Luftlinie 0.38 km)
Ackerstraße 36 - (Luftlinie 0.46 km)
Am Wehrhahn 1 - (Luftlinie 0.53 km)
Tonhallenstr. 10 - (Luftlinie 0.54 km)
Schadowstr. 93 - (Luftlinie 0.64 km)
Schadowstrasse 77-79 - (Luftlinie 0.66 km)
New Yorker
Schadowstr. 71 - (Luftlinie 0.71 km)
Vero Moda
Schadowstr. 57 - (Luftlinie 0.79 km)
Schadowstraße - (Luftlinie 0.8 km)
Birkenstr. 87 - 89 - (Luftlinie 0.82 km)
Berliner Allee 2 - (Luftlinie 0.85 km)
Pizzeria El Grego
Gerresheimer Str. 12 - (Luftlinie 0.19 km)
Pizzeria El Grego
Gerresheimer Str. 12 - (Luftlinie 0.2 km)
Imbiss Berliner
Am Wehrhahn - (Luftlinie 0.23 km)
Bistro Astoria
Kölner Str. 39 - (Luftlinie 0.34 km)
Pizzaria Ciao Ciao
Kölner Str. 41 - (Luftlinie 0.34 km)
Am Wehrhahn 26 - (Luftlinie 0.37 km)
Pizzeria Da Angelo
Am Wehrhahn 20 - (Luftlinie 0.39 km)
Pizzeria Legende
Am Wehrhahn 19 - (Luftlinie 0.42 km)
Am Wehrhahn 4 - (Luftlinie 0.48 km)
Bäckerei Werner Trienekens
Am Wehrhahn 47 - (Luftlinie 0.2 km)
Kamps Bäckerei
Am Wehrhahn 33 - (Luftlinie 0.34 km)
Bäckerei Terbuyken
Grafenberger Allee 67 - (Luftlinie 0.46 km)
Altin Bäckerei
Ackerstr. 31 - (Luftlinie 0.49 km)
Bäckerei Karl
Am Wehrhahn 1 - (Luftlinie 0.5 km)
Bäckerei Taka
Immermannstraße 18 - (Luftlinie 0.77 km)
Bäckerei Franz-Josef Kerkhoff
Franklinstraße 20 - (Luftlinie 0.83 km)
Bäckerei Konditorei Puppe
Derendorfer Str. 40 - (Luftlinie 0.84 km)
Bäckerei Busch
Ost-/Ecke Steinstraße 35 - (Luftlinie 0.96 km)
La Gondola
Adlerstr. 79 - (Luftlinie 0.05 km)
Eiscafe Paradies
Am Wehrhahn 65 - (Luftlinie 0.11 km)
Trattoria Antonio
Wielandstr. 37 - (Luftlinie 0.13 km)
Wielandstr. 10a - (Luftlinie 0.17 km)
Trattoria Emiliana
Adlerstr. 42 - (Luftlinie 0.21 km)
Ristorante L'Emporio
Cantadorstr. 4 - (Luftlinie 0.31 km)
China Great Wall
Grafenberger Allee 51 - (Luftlinie 0.38 km)
Vecchia Roma
Worringer Str. 67 - (Luftlinie 0.4 km)
Kölner Str. 45 - (Luftlinie 0.41 km)

Walter Ophey

40479 Düsseldorf, 4-5 Ehrenhof
“It is with colours that I’m most comfortable”, acknowledged Walter Ophey (1882–1930), whose fame spread well beyond the Rhineland region in his lifetime. A pronounced, exhilarated sense of colour was an important source of inspiration to him and had a formative influence on his works. Likewise, new impulses gained by art, nature or travelling invariably had an impact on his palette as well as on his signature brushwork. In his work Ophey strove for maximum simplicity and clarity. What makes his coloured chalk drawings so unique is that he limited himself to outlining contours, blurring lines in a certain direction in order to make objects radiate. Owing to his early death his work almost got buried in oblivion.

In 1954, Museum Kunstpalast acquired his estate, holding today the largest collection of the artist’s works, comprising 170 paintings and more than 3,000 works on paper. Walter Ophey’s extensive oeuvre is now introduced in the first eclectic overview exhibition since 1991, drawing from the museum’s own stock and complemented by selected loans.

You are invited to rediscover this remarkable, idiosyncratic artist.
Walter Ophey

Walter Ophey

40479 Düsseldorf, 4-5 Ehrenhof

Cao Fei

Düsseldorf, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen
The Chinese artist Cao Fei (*1978) is regarded as a pioneer of a generation of artists, for whose members digital media and network technology are simply aspects of everyday life. This Beijing-based artist elaborates her multifaceted artistic oeuvre through an imperative confrontation with the latest medial innovations. Soon, the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen will be presenting the first major solo exhibition in Germany of Cao Fei's works. This survey, which will be on view at the K21, will encompass her artistic production between 1995 and 2017, and will include videos, photographs, and multimedia installations, as well as drawings which have not been shown publicly previously.

Cao Fei's works reflect extensively upon the societal and urban situation of contemporary China, characterized by processes of massive transformation. Working along the boundary between fiction and reality, she draws inspiration also from her immediate milieu. Her projects – which exploit a film and television aesthetic that has been disseminated globally – are readily and widely accessible. The local phenomena observed by Cao Fei generate an awareness of the kind of situations that are occurring in our urbanized global environment. Many of her works pose questions such as: How do we experience our own lives? What are our expectations of the future? In which direction is society – and with it our megacities – developing today?

The major film "Haze and Fog" (2013) will be screened in the exhibition. Shot in the artist's block of flats, the film uses artificial lighting to convey the inner emptiness of the people who live here and their alienation from the city. In the documentary installation "Nation.Father" (2005-2008), Cao Fei offers insights that are both personal as well as political.

For each project, Cao Fei invents a new and compelling visual idiom. The media deployed by this artist consistently belong to the technological avant-garde. With works like "RMB City" (2007-2011), created using the virtual-reality platform Second Life, she functions as a chronicler of the evolving influence of digital resources.

Curated by Klaus Biesenbach for MoMA PS1, New York, und in cooperation with the JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION, Düsseldorf/Berlin
Cao Fei

Cao Fei

Düsseldorf, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen

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