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Dieses Modell einer Asiatischen Tigermücke ist Teil der Einzelausstellung von Natascha Sadr Haghighian im n.b.k. Showroo...
11/06/2020

Dieses Modell einer Asiatischen Tigermücke ist Teil der Einzelausstellung von Natascha Sadr Haghighian im n.b.k. Showroom zum Hannah-Höch-Förderpreis.
Sadr Haghighian wird vom Land Berlin mit dem Hannah-Höch-Förderpreis für herausragende künstlerische Leistungen in der Mitte ihrer Karriere gewürdigt. Anlässlich ihrer Auszeichnung präsentiert die Künstlerin im Showroom des Neuen Berliner Kunstvereins (n.b.k.) eine Reihe von Werken, in denen heterogene thematische Stränge sich in nicht-menschlichen Figuren verknüpfen.
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Die Ausstellung ist ab Freitag, den 12. Juni, bis einschließlich Freitag, den 31. Juli, zu sehen.
Öffnungszeiten: Die – Fr 12–18 Uhr, Do 12–20 Uhr
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Bitte achten Sie auf sich und andere und halten Sie sich an die geltenden Hygiene- und Abstandsregelungen. Wir bitten Sie, während Ihres Besuchs einen Mund-Nasen-Schutz zu tragen.
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Foto: Natascha Sadr Haghighian. passing one loop into another, Ausstellungsansicht Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (Detail), 2020, © n.b.k. / Jens Ziehe

Ein erster Blick in die Einzelausstellung von Monika Baer im Neuen Berliner Kunstverein anlässlich ihrer Auszeichnung mi...
11/06/2020

Ein erster Blick in die Einzelausstellung von Monika Baer im Neuen Berliner Kunstverein anlässlich ihrer Auszeichnung mit dem Hannah-Höch-Preis.
Monika Baer wird vom Land Berlin für ihre herausragenden künstlerischen Leistungen gewürdigt und präsentiert ihre erste Einzelausstellung in einer Berliner Institution – darin gewährt sie Einblick in ihre aktuellsten Versuchsanordnungen, die im letzten Jahr in Los Angeles begonnen wurden. Mit einer neuen Konstellation großformatiger Gemälde und kleinformatiger Collagen setzt sie ihre Untersuchung kunsthistorischer Referenzen sowie der Möglichkeitsräume fort, die gemalte Bilder herstellen können.
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Die Ausstellung ist ab Freitag, den 12. Juni, bis einschließlich Sonntag, den 2. August, zu sehen.
Öffnungszeiten: Die – So 12–18 Uhr, Do 12–20 Uhr
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Bitte achten Sie auf sich und andere und halten Sie sich an die geltenden Hygiene- und Abstandsregelungen. Wir bitten Sie, während Ihres Besuchs einen Mund-Nasen-Schutz zu tragen.
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Foto: Monika Baer. Neue Bilder, Ausstellungsansicht Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, 2020, © n.b.k. / Jens Ziehe

Marlene Streeruwitz spricht mit Martin Beck über persönliche Autonomie, Wahrnehmungsfilter, erlebte Geschichte und Gegen...
26/05/2020

Marlene Streeruwitz spricht mit Martin Beck über persönliche Autonomie, Wahrnehmungsfilter, erlebte Geschichte und Gegenwartskonflikte in der Literatur: Der Beitrag “Psychose als Erkenntnisinstrument” zum Online-Programm Reality – Fiction ist noch bis 31. Mai online auf der Website des n.b.k. zu sehen!
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Das Online-Programm "Reality – Fiction" setzt sich mit den in zahlreichen ästhetischen Praxen zu findenden Versuchen auseinander, sich mittels spekulativer Erzählungen der Objekt- und Bilderwelt zu bemächtigen und neue Sichtweisen auf Politik und Gesellschaft zu formulieren.
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Weitere Beiträge von Volker Pantenburg, Ana Teixeira Pinto, Klaus Theweleit und Luca Vitone.
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Reality – Fiction. Multiperspektivisches Sehen in Film, Literatur und bildender Kunst ⠀
16.–31. Mai 2020 ⠀
www.nbk.org
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Abb.: Seiten aus "Flammenwand" von Marlene Streeruwitz, Roman, 2019

Klaus Theweleit und Volker Pantenburg haben sich mit dem Werk von Jean-Luc Godard auseinandergesetzt sowie damit, dass d...
23/05/2020

Klaus Theweleit und Volker Pantenburg haben sich mit dem Werk von Jean-Luc Godard auseinandergesetzt sowie damit, dass die Möglichkeiten zur Rekonstruktion der Wirklichkeit im Filmbild noch lange nicht erschöpft sind. Beide Texte sind aktuell auf der Website des n.b.k. zu finden, als Teil des Online-Programms Reality – Fiction!
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Ausgehend von Godards Bildsprache, fragt Reality – Fiction, wie Geschichte, soziale Bewegungen, unterdrückte Daseinsformen, ausgegrenztes Wissen und Grenzüberschreitungen in Film, Literatur und bildender Kunst multiperspektivisch formuliert werden.
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Mit weiteren Beiträgen von Martin Beck, Ana Teixeira Pinto, Marlene Streeruwitz und Luca Vitone.
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Reality – Fiction. Multiperspektivisches Sehen in Film, Literatur und bildender Kunst
16.–31. Mai 2020
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
www.nbk.org
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Abb.: Filmstills aus Jean-Luc Godard, Notre Musique, 2004

06/05/2020

Three days left to see The Right to Have Rights at the n.b.k. Showroom! Stop by between 12–6 pm (Thu 12–8pm) until May 8 to watch the new work by Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz, the first video of the duo that takes a look at to international law with an excerpt from the 1951 Refugee Convention. With striking imagery, spoken word, and a musical composition (sound design: Rashad Becker), the video negotiates the fluid status of people and their political rights based on inclusion and exclusion.
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Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz. The Right to Have Rights – until May 8
Tue – Fri 12–6 pm, Thu 12–8 pm
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Please take care of yourself and others and follow the applicable hygiene and distance rules.
We kindly ask you to wear a face mask.

05/05/2020

The group exhibition 'These Are the Only Times You Have Known' at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein has been reopened to the public today! You can visit the show until Sunday, May 10, every day from 12–6 pm (Thu 12–8 pm). Participating artist Sabine Reinfeld has recorded her performative activation of the installation 'Cars Land', which was scheduled to be shown live during the past few weeks – you can find it now on her website (see below)! ⠀
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Performative activation of the installation CARS LAND
3-channel HD video installation, colour, sound, plexiglass plate, rotating motor
http://www.sabinereinfeld.com/cars-land-aktivierung/
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Sabine Reinfeld's works are designed to open up new perspectives on spaces and places – their physical parameters as well as social backgrounds – and thus to produce narratives that deviate from conventional ways of looking at things. Reinfeld works primarily performatively and with the media of video and photography; the focus is always on her body, which she repeatedly takes to the extreme as a means of expression.
Sound: Hanno Leichtmann
Camera: Manuel Graubner, Patrick Petzold
Video: Sabine Reinfeld. Courtesy of the artist, 2020

Wir freuen uns, ab 5. Mai wieder Besucher*innen in den Ausstellungen des n.b.k. begrüßen zu dürfen! Die Gruppenausstellu...
30/04/2020

Wir freuen uns, ab 5. Mai wieder Besucher*innen in den Ausstellungen des n.b.k. begrüßen zu dürfen!
Die Gruppenausstellung 'These Are the Only Times You Have Known' sowie die Showroom-Ausstellung 'The Right to Have Rights' von Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz sind noch eine Woche wie folgt zu sehen:

These Are the Only Times You Have Known
– verlängert bis 8. Mai
Frauke Boggasch, Ursula Döbereiner, Calla Henkel & Max Pitegoff, Leon Kahane, Şener Özmen, Doireann O’Malley, Sabine Reinfeld, Maya Schweizer, Lerato Shadi, Rui Vilela, Philip Wiegard
Di – So 12–18 Uhr, Do 12–20 Uhr

Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz. The Right to Have Rights
– verlängert bis 10. Mai
Di – Fr 12–18 Uhr, Do 12–20 Uhr

Bitte achten Sie auf sich und andere und halten Sie sich an die geltenden Hygiene- und Abstandsregeln. Das Tragen von Mund-Nase-Schutz und Handschuhen wird empfohlen.

#nbkartothekinsights #athome Have you ever wondered about the many places the artworks from the n.b.k. Artothek go after...
27/04/2020

#nbkartothekinsights #athome Have you ever wondered about the many places the artworks from the n.b.k. Artothek go after they’ve been borrowed? n.b.k. colleague Liesa Vos invites us home: “‘Fat Bug Ate Your Candy’ lifts my mood, I have to chuckle every time I look at this drawing. I’ve been cooking and eating more than usual while in home office: Give me a couple of weeks and I’ll turn into a ‘Fat Bug’ myself.” A witty sense of humor is characteristic for David Shrigley (*1968 in Macclesfield / UK). In his works on paper, text and drawing are complementary, neither being a simple explanation or mere illustration of the other.
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David Shrigley, ‘Untitled’, 2011, acrylic paint, ink on paper, 29.7 cm × 21cm, from the Artothek collection at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
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The n.b.k. Artothek collection was established in 1970 and today comprises more than 4,000 artworks of 20th and 21st century art. All works can be borrowed free of charge from Neuer Berliner Kunstverein by Berlin residents (n.b.k.).

‘These Are the Only Times You Have Known’: Philip Wiegard at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein_Philip Wiegard’s artistic practi...
09/04/2020

‘These Are the Only Times You Have Known’: Philip Wiegard at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
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Philip Wiegard’s artistic practice has a focus on craftsmanship and creative skills as well as on the underlying production conditions and values from the pre-industrial age to the present. In early 2019, Wiegard started working with polymer clay, a heat curing modelling clay also known under the brand name FIMO. The hobby material is used worldwide and is often processed into “canes,” elongated bodies with an extruded motif that is scaled by stretching or compressing. This simple reproduction technique was already in use in ancient times in glass processing for the production of so-called mosaic glass or millefiori. Today, unfired polymer clay canes, which can be further processed in various ways, are traded on digital marketplaces by hobby artists and artisans. Wiegard assembles the entire surface of his large-format mosaics from thin slices of such canes, combining his own designs with those of others. The flat sculptures reflect the specific possibilities of the material as well as new developments in the creative industry and forms of collaboration.
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Find an extensive photo documentation and videos of the currently closed exhibition ‘These Are the Only Times You Have Known’ on www.nbk.org
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Exhibition view ‘These Are the Only Times You Have Known’, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, 2020, works by Philip Wiegard © photo Neuer Berliner Kunstverein / Jens Ziehe

‘These Are the Only Times You Have Known’: Rui Vilela at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein_Rui Vilela is concerned with written...
08/04/2020

‘These Are the Only Times You Have Known’: Rui Vilela at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
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Rui Vilela is concerned with written and spoken language and the stories that are transported through it. Starting from a sociopolitical context, he investigates the interrelation of language and narratives in collaborative projects. ‘Anticolonial Quotations’, on display at n.b.k., interweaves accounts by female resistance fighters about the Liberation Movement in Guinea-Bissau against Portuguese colonial rule with performative quotations of a radio broadcast by the information services of the political party PAIGC in Creole from 1972. This is now in the archives of the National Radio Broadcasting Corporation of Guinea-Bissau. The work investigates how the anticolonial memories, which are part of a globalized community, can be repeatedly evoked and upheld. Conveyed through sound, music, song, and spoken word, they contribute acoustically to a public decolonization process.
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Find an extensive photo documentation and videos of the currently closed exhibition ‘These Are the Only Times You Have Known’ on www.nbk.org
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Exhibition view ‘These Are the Only Times You Have Known’, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, 2020, work by Rui Vilela © photo Neuer Berliner Kunstverein / Jens Ziehe

‘These Are the Only Times You Have Known’: Lerato Shadi at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein_In her installations, performances...
08/04/2020

‘These Are the Only Times You Have Known’: Lerato Shadi at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
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In her installations, performances, and video works, Lerato Shadi points out processes of suppression, exclusion, and erasure. The spaces of remembrance and visibility she creates invite reflection on the position of the artist and on the subjects she deals with, as well as a critical examination of the role of the viewer. Her work engages in questions concerning the possibilities of one’s own actions and the constitution of future communities. Her work ‘Batho ba me’, created for the exhibition ‘These Are the Only Times You Have Known’, quotes the opening phrase “We the people” found in the constitutions of numerous states and expands it to pose the question “Are we the people?” Like all the titles of her works, which are in Shadi’s native language Setswana, ‘Batho ba me’ (“My people”) points to a lived context that not everyone can access, thus questioning how the notion of a “we” is formed. The “own” people who are addressed in political speeches often indicate a certain group of voters. The structural exclusion that underpins assumed and legal groups like these has to be continuously questioned.
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Find an extensive photo documentation and videos of the currently closed exhibition ‘These Are the Only Times You Have Known’ on www.nbk.org
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Exhibition view ‘These Are the Only Times You Have Known’, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, 2020, work by Lerato Shadi © photo Neuer Berliner Kunstverein / Jens Ziehe

'These Are the Only Times You Have Known': Maya Schweizer at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein_With her video essays and films,...
07/04/2020

'These Are the Only Times You Have Known': Maya Schweizer at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
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With her video essays and films, Maya Schweizer traces everyday phenomena, which appear as strange and unusual under the gaze of her camera, while otherwise often going unnoticed. Schweizer’s work is based on intensive, long-term observations, which she processes into complex narratives that incorporate found footage. In the exhibition at n.b.k., two works by Maya Schweizer are shown back to back. Visitors are welcomed by the work 'Insolite' (French for “unusual”), which combines contemporary images of Vesuvius – including scenes from seismological stations and infrared images of the crater – with historical images of the eruption of Vesuvius in 1944. The potential of the eruption of the only active volcano on the European mainland, which once buried Pompeii, becomes a manifest threat in 'Insolite'. In 'L’étoile de mer' (The Starfish), Schweizer metaphorically and factually dives below the surface of the sea to explore images and spaces of forgetting with underwater shots and associatively collaged excerpts from films and television footage, some of which has been visually distorted or otherwise manipulated by the artist. In doing so, Schweizer draws on iconic works from film history, creating a dense system of references that seeks to capture moments of disappearance on film.
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Find an extensive photo documentation and videos of the currently closed exhibition 'These Are the Only Times You Have Known' on www.nbk.org
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Exhibition view 'These Are the Only Times You Have Known', Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, 2020, works by Maya Schweizer © photo Neuer Berliner Kunstverein / Jens Ziehe

'These Are the Only Times You Have Known': Sabine Reinfeld at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein_Sabine Reinfeld's works aim to ...
07/04/2020

'These Are the Only Times You Have Known': Sabine Reinfeld at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
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Sabine Reinfeld's works aim to open up new views of spaces and places – their physical parameters as well as social contexts – and thus to produce narratives that deviate from conventional perspectives. Reinfeld mainly works performatively but also with the media video and photography; the focus is always on her body, which she repeatedly pushes to extremes as a means of expression. The multimedia installation 'Cars Land', shown at the exhibition 'These Are the Only Times You Have Known', takes as its starting point the car city of Los Angeles, in the wooded hills of the celebrity neighborhood Bel Air. A dilapidated Volvo from the 1970s – a decade in which questions about the limits of economic growth were first raised – becomes the crux of Reinfeld’s preoccupation with ideas about personal freedom, a fascination with technology, and isolation. Her filmic staging is inspired by the book 'Los Angeles: The Architecture of Four Ecologies' by the architecture critic Reyner Banham (1922–1988), and shows Los Angeles as a “text that can only be read through the rearview mirror.” Reinfeld’s panoramic view focuses on an individual history of immigration as well as on media realities and a capitalistic social order.
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Find an extensive photo documentation and videos of the currently closed exhibition 'These Are the Only Times You Have Known' on www.nbk.org
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Exhibition view 'These Are the Only Times You Have Known', Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, 2020, work by Sabine Reinfeld © photo Neuer Berliner Kunstverein / Jens Ziehe

‘These Are the Only Times You Have Known’: Doireann O’Malley at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein_In their video works, Doirean...
03/04/2020

‘These Are the Only Times You Have Known’: Doireann O’Malley at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
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In their video works, Doireann O’Malley create worlds that are free of binary gender stereotypes and fixed role models, drawing on psychoanalytic techniques such as dream analysis. They interweave these with borrowings from queer theory, quantum physics, and trans- and posthumanist considerations such as those by Karen Barad. In their work ‘New Maps of Hyperspace_Test01’ shown at n.b.k., viewers follow a floating sphere through a fictional universe in which humanity has vanished from Earth and machines are conducting experiments in a laboratory to re-establish human life on Earth. The concepts of mathematician and computer scientist Alan Turing (1912–1954) and of biologist Terence McKenna (1946–2000) with his research on consciousness, play a central role. O’Malley’s work includes a spoken text that quotes excerpts from McKenna’s lecture ‘New Maps of Hyperspace’ (1984). McKenna takes the notion of hyperspace, which is a concept in science fiction used to bypass the limitations of real physics, and applies it to the human body and consciousness. These are seen as a small part of a larger continuum that implies unknown possibilities for action.
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Find an extensive photo documentation and videos of the currently closed exhibition ‘These Are the Only Times You Have Known’ on www.nbk.org
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Exhibition view ‘These Are the Only Times You Have Known’, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, 2020, work by Doireann O’Malley © photo Neuer Berliner Kunstverein / Jens Ziehe

'These Are the Only Times You Have Known': Şener Özmen at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein_Şener Özmen takes a look at power s...
03/04/2020

'These Are the Only Times You Have Known': Şener Özmen at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
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Şener Özmen takes a look at power structures and local infrastructures through videos, photographs, and artist books, as well as in his work as a curator and author. He questions the apparent inevitability of authoritarian formations, social disparities, and existing taboos by means of subtly and poetically conceived works that draw the viewer’s attention to social problems and their possible transformation by artistic means. His own role as an artist or the implicit awareness of his own position and responsibility as an artist is a central motif in Özmen’s works. The video work 'Energize!' shown at n.b.k. was created after Özmen moved from Diyarbakır via New Jersey to Berlin. It alludes to teleportation scenes as known from the television series 'Star Trek', which are introduced with the call “Energize!”. Dressed similarly to the protagonists of the science fiction series, Özmen can be seen walking along the city walls of Diyarbakır and through Berlin. Near Alexanderplatz as well as at the Marx-Engels-Forum at Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse, he tries to get “beamed away” – his increasingly desperate calls to “Energize!” alluding to lost hopes and dreams, forced migration, issues of adaptation, and the impossibility of return.
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Find an extensive photo documentation and videos of the currently closed exhibition 'These Are the Only Times You Have Known' on www.nbk.org
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Exhibition view 'These Are the Only Times You Have Known', Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, 2020, work by Şener Özmen © photo Neuer Berliner Kunstverein / Jens Ziehe

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Öffnungszeiten Ausstellung (Erdgeschoss) Dienstag – Sonntag 12–18 Uhr Donnerstag 12–20 Uhr Showroom (1. Etage) Dienstag – Freitag 12–18 Uhr Donnerstag 12–20 Uhr Artothek Dienstag / Donnerstag 14–20 Uhr Mittwoch / Freitag 14–18 Uhr Video-Forum Dienstag / Donnerstag 14–20 Uhr Mittwoch 14–18 Uhr Opening hours Exhibition (Ground floor) Tuesday—Sunday 12—6 pm Thursday 12—8 pm Showroom (First floor) Tuesday—Friday 12—6 pm Thursday 12—8 pm Artothek Tuesday / Thursday 2—8 pm Wednesday / Friday 2—6 pm Video-Forum Tuesday / Thursday 2—8 pm Wednesday 2—6 pm

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Mittwoch 12:00 - 18:00
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Sonntag 12:00 - 18:00

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