Due to COVID-19, this exhibition lasted almost 9 months and the planned Finissage with a reading of "Vaterland" by radio moderator, author and journalist Michael Skasa could unfortunately not be held.
This is your last chance to see the exhibition as
it will end on 14 September 2020.
You can see the photos every weekday (for details, see below). Entry is free.
I am lucky: following the exhibition "Die Welt ist bunt, und das ist gut so" (The world is colourful, and it is good that way) at Galerie Hinterhalt starting in November 2019, I was offered the opportunity to move the exhibition to a new location: the Amtsgericht Wolfratshausen. The Court's wide and well-lit corridors usually house exhibitions. Mine was planned to stay there from January until the end of March 2020, but due to COVID, it remained until 14 September 2020.
You can read two news articles on the exhibition, one in Oberland.de and one in Münchner Merkur.
Visitors can enter free of charge during the opening hours of the Amtsgericht.
Bahnhofstraße 18 (close to the S-Bahn train station) D-82515 Wolfratshausen
Monday - Friday 8:00 to 12:00
and after 14:00 whenever the building is open. Just ring the bell.
About 20 photos and their frames were sold at the gallery of Kulturbühne Hinterhalt, to the benefit of the organisers, Kulturverein Isar-Loisach (KIL). I reprinted these to complete the set. You can also purchase photographs at the Amtsgericht. Proceeds will again go to the Kulturverein.
The exhibition space is smaller compared to Galerie Hinterhalt so I had to reduce the number of photos slightly. Also, unfortunately, the exhibition has to live without Günter Klügl's beautiful Light Design.
I would be happy to hear your comments on the exhibition. On 11 September, there will be a visitor's book, but you can also leave behind sheets with your comments.