One of the most recognised Dutch artists of the modern day, Atelier Van Lieshout is a true global artist with a renowned customer base including esteemed museums and art collectors. The themes reflect conceptual, social, functional and non-functional elements and visions. One of Atelier Van Lieshout’s most well-known themes is the Course of Life, of which all 120 pieces of art found within the public areas and bedrooms in art’otel amsterdam take inspiration from. His work creates a cultural experience as you walk through the hotel and his collection will delight and intrigue.
At art'otel berlin kudamm, Warhol’s famous Campbell’s soup cans transform the hallway of the hotel’s first floor into an art gallery. Among his most significant works are the Marilyn portraits, which are displayed in various hotel rooms. Fascinated by the glamour of the stars, Warhol created numerous pictures of the actress, thus contributing decisively to her fame. Our hotel’s excellent collection comprises exciting rare works that enrich one’s insight into the artist, revealing his enigmatic qualities. Take the Andy Warhol art tour to see each original work. Just one floor up from the lobby, you can see the still-life space fruits from 1979, and on the third floor, you can see the Shadows series—mysteriously sparkling abstract works awash in diamond dust that communicate an intimation of a dark netherworld.
At art’otel berlin mitte you can dive into the artwork of Georg Baselitz, one of Germany’s most famous and most significant contemporary artists with a distinguished career. The exclusive art’otel berlin mitte collection shows more than 300 original artwork from the various stages of Baselitz’s work, from large and vibrant paintings to very petite and demure charcoal prints. A consistent message of his work is the "Upside Down" theme that inspires the decor of the property including the Upside Down bar.
The selected artist of art'otel budapest, Sultan, does not work on canvas; he works on masonite covered with 12-inch vinyl floor tiles with a wide range of sizes. Sultan cuts the shapes he desires into the vinyl, fills in the cut-out space with plaster and tar, and paints over it. These multiple layers create the texture and subsequent richness of the pieces with unique distinctions. art’otel budapest showcases 579 works of this famous contemporary artist.
SEO is the artist of choice at art'otel cologne and her style entails tearing paper into strips and fixing it to canvases. She then applies acrylic paint on the paper stripes to create an intricate piece. Every picture contains at least 10 000 stripes of paper and over 791 colours. art’otel cologne showcases over 300 original art works of this famous artist all over the hotel. The distinct style of SEO is one that is both detailed and immersive. With such fine detail it is easy to see why these works create an unrivalled impression.