On 8 October 2018, Boris Rhein, Minister of Arts and Culture, unveiled a sculptural installation featuring 25 Celtic Princes standing against the backdrop of the Alte Oper opera house in Frankfurt.
The original-size sculptures are a tribute to the 2,500-year-old Celtic Prince of Glauberg, a life-size sandstone figure with a striking, ear-shaped headgear and inviting the public to take a closer look at the fascinating settlement find. The Celtic Princes were on display in Opernplatz square until 14 October. Then they are going their separate ways for some time: from 15 to 29 October, the sculptures will be presented in selected businesses and public buildings in the Rhine-Main region, to be reunited as a group at Frankfurt's Römerberg from 30 October to 5 November, to promote the "Kultur in Hessen" [Culture in Hesse] campaign.
Visit the website Kultur in Hessen [Culture in Hesse]
Travelling exhibition "sieben Todsünden" [seven deadly sins]
Travelling exhibition with 7 artists
Kloster Bentlage, Rheine
3 May to 23 June 2019 (further presentations are planed until 2020 at different places)
Exhibition "Portfolio - Wild Thought"
Johannes Brus & Ottmar Hörl, in cooperation with Edition Minerva der Kunsthandel Verlag GmbH
Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Venedig, Italien
10 May to 28 July 2019
Sculptural Installation "Gottlieb Daimler"
as a part of Remstal garden show, Schorndorf
10 May to 22 September 2019
www.schorndorf.de (in German only)
Sculptural Installation "Ludwig van Beethoven"
17 May to 2 June 2019
www.unser-ludwig.com (in German only)
Artist talk concerning intercommunal Museumsnacht [Museums Night] at Schorndorf
with Ottmar Hörl and moderator Susanne Kaufmann (SWR)
at palace garden Schorndorf
18 May 2019, 7.30 pm
www.remstal.de (in German only)