Geteilte Interpretationen Maler sehen die Mauer - poster
Berlin: Verlag Haus am Checkpoint Charlie. Original exhibition poster from the 1980s. This poster is mostly black with white text, and advertises a permanent exhibition 'Geteilte Interpretationen Maler sehen die Mauer' - the translation in English is roughly "Shared interpretations. Painters see the wall". Includes five examples of art pieces from the exhibition. In excellent condition. Under glass and in a black frame. 510 x 410 mm (20 x 16¼ inches). Can be sold with or without frame.
The Mauermuseum – Museum Haus am Checkpoint Charlie was founded immediately after the wall that divided Berlin was built and the museum opened its doors in October 1962. It's location was chosen "To be as close as possible to injustice, that's where human greatness unfolds most." according to the museum's founder, Dr. Rainer Hildebrandt. The museum can still be found in Friedrichstrasse in Berlin.