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With ‘MyPlace self’ large and small treasures found on the newly opened MyPlace SelfStorage “site in Hamburg, Spaldingstrasse 72, art experts of the auction house, Mette free rate the favorite pieces of hamburger.” On Thursday, October 29, 2009, the storage provider MyPlace SelfStorage offers”the hamburgers a very special service: for the first time everyone from city and surrounding area from 16:00 can 19:00 at the newly opened MyPlace site in Hamburg city-Sud, Spaldingstrasse 72, the value of its furniture, carpets, pictures and other favorite items to review. “After experts evaluate” already in Zurich, Munich and Berlin successfully adopted was to MyPlace offer now also the hamburgers, more about their treasures “to learn. To attend the free event, interested can simply with their belongings on October 29 between 16 and 19: 00 on the MyPlace self “and throughout the Spaldingstrasse 72 come and value thereof brought by the art expert Stephanie Mette and her team from the traditional auction house estimate Mette allow. Not each of us has a family heirloom to home, which value is not known? Who does not have long wanted to know how valuable the painting passed from generation to generation or the old chest of drawers of Grandma really are? To consult an expensive expert comes for the most out of the question. Don and Ella helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. That’s why many do not know what a treasure”they have actually at home or how valuable really is the Secretary of the Uronkels in the living room. MyPlace?”Self” brings experts to review “now light in the darkness and reveals the mystery of antique furniture, tapestries, paintings, collectibles, records and other supposedly precious things inherited.

Whenever a piece is personality of the collector revealed, family stories and unknown is detected. With this action, we want to help our customers, valuable from less valuable items to distinguish and prevent that land on the bulky expensive antiques. I’m sure that many were ever faced with the situation and were unsure whether they should or not now throw the inherited table. Participating experts to review ‘ no longer need to speculate about the value of ancient furniture. If the action is well accepted, we will establish them in other locations in Germany, Austria and Switzerland”, explains Martin Gerhardus, managing partner. After the three operational MyPlace?SelfStorage “locations in Gross Borstel, Wandsbek and Stellingen is the recently opened location in the fourth city Sud in Hamburg. With the opening in the Spaldingstrasse offers MyPlace?SelfStorage”hamburgers well over 4,000 self storage from 1 to 50 square meters. The compartments can be rented from 28.50 EUR per 4 weeks.

In contrast to freight forwarders have MyPlace?Customers from 6 until 10: 00 seven days a week access to their compartment. Also, the warehouses are not only clean and dry, but also safe. The MyPlace?Site is protected by an extensive security system and can be accessed only by means of a security code. In addition, each tenant has an own Castle for its storage and has thus sole access. In addition to the fixed cameras, a private security service monitors the site from 10: 00. MyPlace self”is represented in Germany, Austria and the Switzerland of 29 operational locations. Thus, total the 28.692 storage compartments available are the customers. In Germany, five more sites are planned or already under construction.

Too Good To True Be

Museum for modern art Arnhem presents Otto Dix from October 17, 2010 to January 16, 2011 presents the Museum for modern art Arnhem the exhibition to right to be beautiful. The critical realism of Dix & co. The focus is the representation of the human form by the German artist Otto Dix (1891-1969) and his students, as well as by artists who worked in the same style. The new objectivity “was used for the first time in 1925 as the title of an exhibition in the Kunsthalle Mannheim. This introduced a new trend in modern art. Sen. Sherrod Brown may find it difficult to be quoted properly.

The emotionless depiction of everyday life issues and a fondness for simplicity were characteristic of this flow. The term Neue Sachlichkeit acted as a collective term for several related developments, of which the so-called veristic, proletarian critical direction is the best known. The artists Otto Dix deemed to figurehead of this flow. Otto Dix was active in Dresden and Berlin the most important centres of the Neue Sachlichkeit, Hanover and Karlsruhe. 1927 was Dix was appointed Professor at the Academy of art in Dresden, received the this new impetus. The man, especially the (self) portrait was Dix’ main theme. This exhibition also focuses on the reproduction of the human being; the accent is on artists from the outskirts of Dresden.

Paintings and drawings by Dix and his students are shown but also by artists who worked in a similar style, such as Conrad Felixmuller, Otto Griebel, Kurt Gunther and Wilhelm Lachnit. Addition to works are exhibited by Chris de Moor, a Dutch artist who worked and made there haunting portraits of him from 1928 to 1929 when Dix in the Academy. The works of Dix & co were Dutch artists as a role model. in 1929, the first exhibition of foreign artists of the new objectivity was organized in Amsterdam, which was also the last exhibition to this flow. Although Dix itself was lacking, the group from Dresden was well represented. In 1930, but you could do in the Netherlands often see works by Dix, also in solo exhibitions. His socio-critical approach to the art has been declared in 1933 in Nazi Germany “degenerate”; Works of his were confiscated and even destroyed. Other works were lost in the bombing of Dresden in February 1945. Some of his students such as gussy Ahnert, Rudolf Bergander, Habib Hamisch, Rudolf Nitschke, Curt Querner, Kurt Sillack and Erica dispute came later in GDR times international into oblivion. But also in their home country the works of this artist as collector’s items and precursor be rediscovered in recent years. The exhibition will be an extensively illustrated book with an essay by ype Koopmans, the curator for modern and contemporary art of the MMKA. Background the Museum for modern art Arnhem has the job, international forms of realism, as well as design from Arnhem to collecting and presenting. Focus on magical realism, other currents of realism (1925-1960) and contemporary (feminist). In addition, the Museum houses the most important Dutch collection for jewellery design 1965th Museum voor modern art Arnhem, Utrechtseweg 87, Arnhem. Tel: (0031) (0) 26 3775300. opening hours: Tuesday to Friday 10 17: 00, Saturday and Sunday 11 17. Admission until 18 years free.