Escape from Colditz – Annette & Erasmus Schöter

Escape from Colditz - Annette & Erasmus Schröter

Exhibition: Escape from Colditz – Annette & Erasmus Schröter

22 January – 5 March, 2011

Opening Reception: Saturday January 22, 5 – 8pm, Admission free, all welcome.

The Exhibition will be formally opened at 6pm by Cord Meier-Klodt Cultural attaché at the German Embassy, London

Artists Annette and Erasmus Schröter are based in Leipzig, South Eastern Germany close to the town of Colditz, where the famous prison camp for allied officers was located during world war two. For its second exhibition Departure Lounge is delighted to welcome them to the UK to mount one of their bewitching shared exhibitions, Escape from Colditz.

Gallery: 37 High Town Road Luton LU2 0BW

07506 041 244

Thursday and Friday 3.00-7.00pm

Saturday 1.00-6 pm (and by appointment)

The exhibition was Curated by Matthew Shaul and has received support from John Stephens and the University of Bedfordshire.  The project was enabled by Ben Hodson, A lecturer in Visual Communication and the Technician Demonstrator for the Art & Design department.

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