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Barth - Grand Hotel zum Barther Mops

The classic (or maybe jazz?) combo in the foyer of the exhibition „Grand Hotel zum Barther Mops“. The exhibition in Barth on the Darß peninsula is called „soft air panopticon“ by the artist Stefanie Alraune Siebert. About 63 life-size human figures, all hand-sewn, show several bizarre and grotesque scenes, including a terrific gala dinner, a shower and a bathroom scene, as well as the German Chancelor watching things happen from a hidden place. The copyright on the figures and scenes shown belongs to the artist Alraune Sievert.

Copyright: Alexander Jensko
Art: Spherical
Resolution: 9664x4832
Taken: 27/08/2011
Hochgeladen: 27/08/2011
Aktualisiert: 22/03/2015


Tags: darss; alraune; siebert; art; bizarre; terrific; textile; sewn; life-size; panopticon; exhibition; germany; mops; grand hotel
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