Germany’s biggest folk, roots and world music festival and one of Europe’s biggest and most important festival of its kind has its 25th anniversary.
As Norway is the focus land at TFF Rudolstadt Ken Schluchtmann was asked to exhibit his awarded photographies “Architecture and Landscape in Norway”. Ken Schluchtmann’s photographic study of the National Routes of Norway is all about the majestic landscape of Norway, highlighted and reinforced by the architecture dotting the tourist routes used to explore this magnificent Scandinavian country: a fantastic add-on to the huge musical offer focussing on folk music where more than 150 musicians and musical groups will share their music with fans arriving from all over the world.
In Friday 3 July 2015 at 12 AM at the Heidecksburg castle there will be the opening of the exhibition with Ken Schluchtmann, talking with Dr. Kai-Uwe Schierz, honorary professor for contemporary art and exhibition at the Bauhaus University Erfurt and director of the art museums of the city of Erfurt. The event will be framed by the performance of acclaimed Norwegian violinist Gjermund Larsen.
After Wolfsburg and Beirut you can admire Ken’s artwork in Rudolstadt in an exhibition that tells the story of the power of nature, where the action of man – architecture – underscores the magic of landscape.