Busload of Art in Berlin: Anhänger der Kunst

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Whither goest thou, America, in thy shiny car in the night?
-Jack Kerouac, “On the Road”

The artist Erik Tannhäuser travels with his roll trailer of art through the districts of Berlin. Interested art lovers can gaze at sculptures, pictures and video installations.

Anhänger der Kunst is a little art gallery with a case of wanderlust. Housed in a trailer unit, the gallery travels the city with a rotating schedule of exhibitions, visible through side windows. Starting tomorrow, the gallery will take up station at Kreuzberg’s Marheinekeplatz for two weeks to exhibit a donkey sculpture made of broken glass, before hitting the road again in search of greener pastures.

At Marheinekeplatz from March 6-18, then at Hafen Wannsee April 14-29 | a-d-k.net
From 15th till 17th of june the roll trailer stopps at the festival 48h in Neukölln and at various places from 15 June 2012 to 17 June 2012

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