Hack declares Schwerin as a climate refugee camp 14.07.2016

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The Schweriner Marstall, right in the centre of the ministries for culture and environment for Mecklenburg-Western Pommerania was declared by artists Hermann Josef Hack as the capital of climate refugees. Together with workshop participants he built tents made of his "living paintings".


The 16th venue of ETF! has been awarded unanimously the best international exhibition of 2017 in Chile by the Chilean Circle of Art Critics.

This station, which was shown from 10.6.17 – 12.8.17 at Parque Cultural de Valparaíso, was made possible by Heinrich Böll Stiftung Cono Sur, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies in Potsdam and Goethe-Institute Chile and .

ETF! wants to thank all our artists, partners, technicians, helpers and everyone who made this possible.

Pictures of the exhibition can be seen here .


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