Play That Funky Music2020-10-28T09:18:59+00:00

Project Description

Play That Funky Music

Artist
Anne Marie van Malssen
Dimensions
120 x 180 cm/ edition 50
Technique
Photo behind plexiglass
Sale price
€1960,-
40 x 60 cm/ edition 100
From €280,- on request
60 x 90 cm/ edition 100
From €545,- on request
100x 150 cm/ edition 50
From €1380,- on request

Background

Play that funky music (Beelitz Heilstätten)


Beelitz’s history begins in 1898, when the Berlin health insurance company built a tuberculosis sanatorium and nursing home with separate facilities for men and women in Beelitz, a town southwest of Berlin. During the First and Second World War, the clinic was turned into a military hospital for the German army. Over a period of 25 years, more than 100,000 patients were treated here, but the most famous was Adolf Hitler who was treated in Beelitz in 1916 for an injured leg. In 1994 the last patient left the clinic and the 60 buildings were weakened and left to decay.

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