Loading...
September 2013 / Bielefeld

Hores, Camel, Donkey, Cow

A new Home at the Max-Planck-Grammar School

Our third opening ceremony of the project Art Goes To School took place at the Max-Planck-Grammar School. It was the first opportunity for the headmistress, Gisela von Alven, to welcome the public into the newly built assembly hall. In his opening address Andreas Mohn encouraged the students to go out into the world and find the original works of art in the museums across the globe! The students of the school orchestra were rewarded for their performances with enthusiastic applause. The two solo-artists Julius on the marimba and Philipp at the piano even presented their own composition which proved very popular with the audience.
The children from the orchestra assisted Christiane Heuwinkel in revealing the works of art. Now on view are The Circus Rider in the Circus Fernando by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Riders at the Beach by Paul Gaugin, Donkey Frieze by Franz Marc, Landscape with Cows and Camel by August Macke, Camel in Rhythmic Woodland by Paul Klee and The Red Cavalry by Kasimir Malewitsch. The pictures have found a wonderful home here for a year!

--------------------------------------
Project management
Gudrun Donicht
--------------------------------------
Date
since September 2013
--------------------------------------
In Cooperation with
Christiane Heuwinkel, Kunsthalle Bielefeld
--------------------------------------
Contact Person
Max-Planck-Gymnasium
Gisela von Alven, Headmistress
--------------------------------------
--------------------------------------
Copyright

Picture 1
Susanne Freitag

Picture 2
Susanne Freitag

Picture 3
Susanne Freitag

Picture 4
Susanne Freitag

Picture 5
Susanne Freitag

Picture 6
Susanne Freitag

Picture 7
Susanne Freitag

Picture 8
Susanne Freitag

Picture 9
Susanne Freitag

Picture 10
Susanne Freitag

Picture 11
Susanne Freitag
--------------------------------------
Homepage