It all started on Friday, April 5th, 2013.
The Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle Berlin - former Deutsche Guggenheim - came up with a one of a kind PR plan. They invited everyone who considered themself an artist to exhibit at the their new museum for exactly 24 hours. In addition to that, the works were to be screened, sorted and hung by René Block himself.
They had no idea what they were up for. In order to deliver their works over 2000 artists stood for hours in line freezing. Never the less the atmosphere was good and many made friends that day. All for one and one for all. Sharing that special opportunity and a memory for life.
What Deutsche Bank then had to do was split the exhibition. About 300 exhibits were shown on April 8th at the Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle, around 1800 were exhibited on April 28th at the Alte Münze in Berlin.
Some of these fine artists are here to show their exhibits to a wider audience.