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40 international artists and the IDEAL CITY

IDEAL CITY - INVISIBLE CITIES: 40 international artists and the IDEAL CITY

The „Ideal City“ is the main focus of the project IDEAL CITY - INVISIBLE CITES, that will take place in ZAMOSC, Poland, from June 18th to August 22th,2006 and in POTSDAM, Germany, from September 9 to October 29, 2006. OPENING NIGHTS will be held in ZAMOSC, June 17th and in POTSDAM, September 8, 2006.

In the past, „Ideal cities“ were rarely built or constructed, but remained more often „unvisible cities“. 40 international artists from 12 European and 6 non-European countries are dealing with the IDEAL CITY - as well as the INVISIBLE CITIES. Their work is presented either in public spaces or in museums and art spaces of two cities, that have been conceived, built, constructed and are still IDEAL CITIES. One is the Renaissance city of Zamosc, that since it has been built by Renaissance Italian Architect Bernardo Morando by appointment of the Polish Prince of Zamosc, has never been destroyed nor conquered. The other is the baroque city of Potsdam, near Berlin. The projects are curated by Sabrina van der Ley and Markus Richter, European Art Projects, Berlin.

For further information please see attached Press Release as well as our website: Images can be downloaded from the site.
For any further information please contact ANNE MAIER, European Art Projects, Tel. 0049 30 3038 1837, Fax 0049 30 3038 1838, E-Mail:

Daniela Mast

Anne Maier PR
International Press Office
EAP - European Art Projects
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