Street Art’s steadily growing appreciation

Detail of mural by Dragon 76 in Long Beach, California – Photo ©2016 Rolf Goellnitz

The days, where street art was a niche discipline are definitely over… the changing demographics of art buyers has an impact, which also produces impressive monetary results, whether you like it or not!

Best regards,

Rolf Goellnitz

artprice _Contemporary Art_market report

©Scott Valenzuela – Victory of Sisyphos, 2012 – Oil pastels on paper

Check out the latest news about trends and developments in the contemporary art market in a report by

Best regards,

Rolf Goellnitz

Long Beach – POW WOW 2016

Get out and inspired at the current Street Art Festival , POW WOW 2016 , in Long Beach.

Find below some visuals, which give you an idea, what you can expect.

Open Walls Gallery – Fabulous work

…checking out Berlin for an upcoming trip I found this site and can’t wait to explore it in real next month!

Cheers to its owners!

Rolf Goellnitz



Join us for the opening of our next exhibition and meet Pau Quintanajornet during the reception on THURSDAY, MAY 7 from 7-10 PM. Live Music by NISSEFØRT  and Beverages. Print out this page for access!Screen Shot 2015-05-04 at 7.15.25 PM

Pau doesn‘t paint pictures. Pau creates worlds – open invitations to a journey into the beauty of Latin American influences and into the spheres of an artist, who with paper, wood, and ink playfully turns her world inside out. The cleavage between cultures loosens up. From the friction between her Chilean roots and her German home she draws her own symbolism of strong women, who grow out of the ground like plants rising to the sky. Birds also occupy a large space in Pau‘s World: symbols for wisdom and peace, spreading their wings and being free spirits, coping with highs and lows. Pau is a collector.
Her atelier is home to countless keepsakes, ranging from plane tickets and stones to drawings and paintings from artist friends. Everything has its place in this world that tells the story of encounters through pieces of a mosaic. This place is her walk-in memory bank. All these little things eventually turn into her art. Pau‘s paintings are an expression of her inner world. She paints what she lives and feels.

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