Bipolar Art Exhibition at the Klinik Hohe Mark

Bipolart Exposition (© Nathalie Karg)Two exhibitions open at the Klinik Hohe Mark in Oberursel on Friday, 9th September 2011, both by local graphic designer Nathalie Karg.

The first is called “Momentos Flamencos” and contains photos from Andalusia.

The main exhibition is called “Bipolar überleben von A bis Z” (surviving bipolar from A to Z).  Bipolar is a manic-depressive disorder, and the visitor is taken on a 26 stage tour through the artist’s impression of the disorder.

Entry to the opening costs €12 in conjunction with the revue “Toll im Quadrat”.

The exhibitions will remain at the clinic until the end of November.

[highlight color=”blue”] The nearest train station is Hohemark on the U3 line. [/highlight]

Toll im Quadrat – The Revue

Nicht nur flamenco revue (© Nathalie Karg)“Toll im Quadrat” is a revue taking place in the Klinik Hohe Mark on Friday, 9th September 2011 at 7pm.

In the revue local graphic designer and dancer Nathalie Karg will present a mixture of flamenco, film, comedy, song and dance, and will be accompanied by John “Lobito” Opheim on the guitar and flamenco matador, singer and percussionist Manuel Lojo “Ardillita”.

Entry to the revue and the accompanying “Bipolart” exhibition costs €12.

The revue is also being performed on Thursday, 8th September 2011 at 4pm in the Südbahnhof in Frankfurt.  No entrance fee is being charged for this performance, which is without the exhibition.

[highlight color=”blue”] The nearest train station is Hohemark on the U3 line. [/highlight]

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