.................... deadline has been achieved ....................

Bocksbeutel

Bocksbeutel
impression of the traffic island in Hammelburg and mail art from Servane Morel (Belgium)

Sonntag, 26. Juni 2016

... some feedbacks to the catalogue ...


from David Dellafiora (Australia)




from Tofu (USA)




from Ed Giecek (USA)




from Ficus Strangulensis (USA)




from Vittore Baroni (Italy)


from John Held Jr. (USA)



from Serse Luigetti (Italy)


from Miguel Jimenez (Spain)




from Heike Sackmann (Germany)


from Margitta Sündermann (Germany)



from Jeanette Chung (USA)


from Kerosene (Canada)


from Henry Denander (Sweden)



from Bruno Chiarlone (Italy)


from Thorsten Fuhrmann (Germany)




from Heinz Lotz (Germany)


from Anke van den Berg (Belgium)


from Hanna Bayer (Germany)


from Danile Virgilio (Italy)



from Mzia Valerian (Belgium)



Montag, 13. Juni 2016

personally delivery from Christian Fenn (Germany)


real cocoons of butterflies, that will come to birth in the next days..
now part of the exhibition .... I hope we will see butterflies the next weekend
during opening time
Christian Fenn brought them yesterday.

yesterday, Sunday we had 1261 visitors in the exhibition - new record day
saturday there have been more 900 --- incredible but true



Sonntag, 5. Juni 2016

... some impressions of the opening day on 3rd of June ...


at the catalogue's desk



shortly before opening 



shortly before opening 



shortly before opening 



50ies lounge





visitors wating in front of the exhibition room



waiting for the opening



postman's last delivery for the exhibition


run into the exhibition



run into the exhibition



late night visitors



late night visitors



visitors in the 50ies lounge watching TV

--- about 200 visitors this night


... some impressions of the art night on 4th of June ...









visitors on 4th of June


Live Band on 4th of June - art night

visitors on 4th of June



late night visitors


late night visitors on 4th of June


Live Band 

catalogue desk


after midnight, shortly before closing the exhibition room


about 450 visitors this day and night