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Thursday, December 03, 2009

Places of Exile 01: Münih ve Istanbul

December 3, 2008 through March 8, 2009


The Ottoman Empire as a possible place of exile is first mentioned in a letter of around 1453, attributed to the buying cialis soft tabs 100 mg Rabbi Isaac Zarfati of Erdine. In it he calls on the discount viagra online Jewish communities in Central Europe to leave the cost viagra persecution and find cheapest cialis pogroms behind and viagra online without a prescription to come to the Ottoman Empire to live in safety. Few from Bavaria will have followed this call, unlike the cialis next day tens of thousands of Jews from the cialis fast delivery Iberian Peninsula, who chose the cialis 60mg Ottoman Empire as a place of exile at the viagra 50 mg end of the viagra cost 15th century.

After the National Socialists seized power in 1933 and the increasing discrimination and canadian healthcare pharmacy persecution of German Jews, Turkey once again became a place of exile—albeit for just a few. The city of Istanbul was to remain an exotic place of exile.

The exhibition "Münih ve Istanbul" is based on different scenes of festivals and cialis holidays. Ten tables have been created at which those living in exile could well have celebrated the various holidays—some being established festivals, others which have been adopted. It tells the story of lives spent between Munich and purchase cialis overnight delivery Istanbul.


Concept: Jutta Fleckenstein und Via Lewandowsky, Berlin