impressions from the exhibition

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© Lilly Schwartz 2013

© Lilly Schwartz 2013

On the 14th we travelled to Dresden to go to the vernissage of the exhibition No Time No Space No Soul in Dresden where you can still see a few of my pictures until the 21st of December. I had a great time and it was really fun to stand behind people and sneakily listen to their reactions to my pictures. I got quite a few nice compliments and it was quite an experience! I also used the opportunity to take some pictures as well.

© Lilly Schwartz 2013

© Lilly Schwartz 2013

On the left writer and artist Pierre Rochus, who also happens to be my brother.

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© Lilly Schwartz 2013

Don’t they look nice there? The one at the bottom didn’t like the wall much and tried to make an early escape several times. Getting those Kapa boards to stick to the wall is about as much fun as cutting them (= nightmare).

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© Lilly Schwartz 2013

© Lilly Schwartz 2013

© Lilly Schwartz 2013

© Lilly Schwartz 2013

© Lilly Schwartz 2013

In the background photographs by K. C. Wagner.

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© Lilly Schwartz 2013

Sculpture by K. C. Wagner.

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© Lilly Schwartz 2013

© Lilly Schwartz 2013

© Lilly Schwartz 2013

In the background photographs by Silvio Colditz.

Since the exhibition celebrated the publication of another issue of the literature and art magazine Der Maulkorb the vernissage was accompanied by author readings. I am not in touch with the German literature scene at all, so it was quite interesting for me. My pictures shown in the exhibition are also published in Der Maulkorb #12. You can get it over at Der Maulkorb blog.

© Lilly Schwartz 2013

© Lilly Schwartz 2013

Silvio Colditz reading. He did an amazing job organising the whole event. In the background a photograph by David Campesino and an artwork by Silke Rilke.

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© Lilly Schwartz 2013

Sculpture by K. C. Wagner (the same as the one further up).

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© Lilly Schwartz 2013

Katja Bohnet reading.

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© Lilly Schwartz 2013

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© Lilly Schwartz 2013

Stephan Zwerenz.

All pictures taken with: Canon EOS 450D and Canon EF 50mm f/1.4.

My favourites were definitely K. C. Wagner’s work and the pictures of the flood by Silvio Colditz.

And you know what the best thing is? You still have the chance to see it until the 21st of December 2013! Go check it out at Hole of Fame, Königsbrücker Str. 39, Dresden. There will also be more events happening until the Finnisage on the 21st.

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