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Nachtweys exibits his work in Berlin (about TBC, a mutated version, more on TED I think) they are stunning to say the least. Huge prints, and all of them, are really, really impressive. He was there on Friday an probably won't come back if there won't be a lot more visitors, pretty slow at the moment.
I'll go a few more times I think, shoot me a message if you want to come with.
Can you please post a link to the exhibition? Thanks.
Couldn't find one, it's "Charitestraße 1" I think. In case anyone wants to know, take the train to Friedrichstraße, walk to the "Palast", turn left, walk till you see the castle-like entrance of the Charite (Max Planck) say hallo to the guard, keep on walking for 150 meters and you can already see a few of his prints on the left. You can't just walk in, on the little buttons dial the number of the desk or knock the window real hard (I think the no. is 250, you have to keep the 3 pressed first though) and there you go.
Thanks for the information. How did you came acros this? I didn't saw anything announced.
The Charité is the largest hospital in town, and has got an reputation for its history in research (as far as I remember Robert Koch developed Peniciline there back in the days).
My grandmother used to work there (Virologie) and told me about it. They complain that there's not enough interest, but they really didn't advertise it at all.
It's better than most museums I've been to, it's just concrete walls and Nachtweys photographs. No distractions, no guide, no writing.. you merely get a paper with some information on there, most of it pretty much stating the obvious ("Here's a doctor holding a patient, ... ").
If anyone needs any information on how to get there, feel free to ask.. I'll even bring you there, should you be willing to come ;)
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