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Exhibition of the "Digital Camera Deniers Association" in Germany

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If you always needed a reason to visit Germany here is one.

 

I am the organizer of the 2011 exhibition. Every year we exhibit in Germany, Austria or Switzerland, and this time it's in Mainz, near Frankfurt.

 

This is the official poster. Translation: "Digital was yesterday".

 

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2446/5746791154_a207d0a215_b.jpg

 

There is a lot of music, cheap drinks, and no entrance fee.

 

Vernissage Saturday, 4th of June, 18:00

 

There will be three bands, starting at 19: 'Ghost of a Chance', 'Plinio Designori' and 'Friends and Liars'.

 

Open daily from 17:00

 

More music:

 

9th of June, 20:00: Australian singer Mijo Biscan

11th of June, 20:00. Singer Fritz Streuner

 

Finissage on Sunday., 12th of June, 18:00

 

And, of course, there is a band from 19:00, named „kauzgarnitur“.

 

The photographers:

Jörg Bergs, Thomas Bethke, Franz S. Borgerding, Federica Degay, Mischa Klein, Michael Kopp, Walo Kuwa, Thomas Langmaier, Thomas Loos, Thomas Mika, Clemens Molinari, Maik Morgenstern, Gerrit Musekamp, Nadja Petranovskaja, Andreina Schoeberlein, Gerd Schreiter, André Schumann, Robert Skarka, Frank Somogyi, Robert Tyss, Stefan Voigt

 

Show up or throw up :-)

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I will be in Bad Kreuznach starting June 2-12 and will try to make the exhibition! Is it going on continuously?

Please send me some more specifics

 

Thanks!

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It's open every day from 5 pm. I will be there every late afternon and every evening.

 

Please be prepared that the rooms are not the Museum of Modern Art or a posh gallery, it's more like the places where pirates, artists and students meet.

 

Arr!

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