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OVER A QUARTER CENTURY OF DEDICATION TO PROTECTING, PRESERVING AND PROMOTING EROTIC ART.
March 21, 2015
Los Angeles, CA

Antebellum Gallery
presents:

Kai Techert
Teufelssee
Events: Kai Techert “Teufelssee”
Artist: Kai Techert

One Night Only
LIVE Installation

5PM - 9PM
$5 cover

Beautiful Patio • No Host Bar

Kai Teihert is an artist and sculptor living and working in Berlin. He has exhibited throughout Germany and Europe. This is Teihert’s first American solo exhibition.

Teufelsee is a little lake in the middle of the forest Grunewald, Berlin. It draws a wide range of people looking to bathe in the sun or swim in the water.

Although “Teufelssee” means “Devil’s Lake,” it also is like a “Garden of Eden.”

Young families bring their kids. Skinny full bearded hipsters lay around next to a couple of chubby skinheads, while lesbians kiss right next to a group of young men working to cure their hangovers. A full bodied tattooed mother breastfeeds her newborn child, while a middle-aged man snores in the sun. Meanwhile, a couple of young teenager girls discuss their recent love affairs. Everybody is nude, relaxed and peacefully enjoying life.

No restrictions exist. No aggressions occur.

Teufelsee is a place where it is as if the soul of Berlin is breathing and one can feel how wide & open the heart of Berlin has become.

More info: antebellum@earthlink.net

Events: Kai Techert “Teufelssee”  
Artist: Kai Techert

Antebellum Gallery
March 21, 2015 · Doors Open: 5pm
1643 N. Las Palmas Ave, Hollywood, CA 90028  Map
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