....This will be the rallying cry for art lovers in Düsseldorf, Germany next May and June.
Düsseldorf has been a very prominent art city since the 17th and 18th century under the influence of Elector Palatine Jan Wellem and through its Academy of fine arts has produced figures as important as Paul Klee, Joseph Beuys and Gerhard Richter.
At the center of this mix of extremely diverse cultural legacies is the Museum Kunstpalast Düsseldorf which is reopening its collection after two year's renovation. The "MKP" collections gather works from the Middle-Ages to today an on all media so its main emphasis is on richness and variety!
The MKP has used its most prominent characters from the collections to be the heroes of the reopening.They will be displayed throughout the city until the end of June 2011 and will change places each day to surprise visitors and inhabitants in their most familiar places to shop, work, travel and rest.
The MKP has organised a contest to celebrate the occasion; you can post a picture of you with one of the characters when you have found them, and there will be gifts for the best photo at the end of the campaign.You can also post via Tumblr.
Unfortunately the website is not available in English yet but the campaign is quite visual so you can take a look even so.