Lenin Revisited part 2 (The walls have ears/Der Feind hort mit). Just for fun. Got a picture off from my room in Hotel Slavija in Belgrado. Unframed it, turned it around and got my Lenin collage in. If you want it, it’s in room 441.
Number one of the Lenin Line. Today a day of long walks and visits to book stalls. Made this one in The Slavija Hotel in Belgrado. Tomorrow another episode of Comrade Lenin. 18x24cm.
This one is made in the Slavija Hotel in Belgrado. A hotel built in 1979 in Tito’s former Yugoslavia. Now it’s old and there are some bursts and cracks. Step into the seventies if you don’t mind the few stains on the carpet and that the water is a bit brownish. 18x24cm.
Another complex collage. Format A4 21×29,7cm. Made in my hotel room in Novi Sad-Serbia. Heavy Rainfall.
Rather complex collage made in my room in Hostel S in Novi Sad. Pieces from An old 1957 brochure of Exakta, Hungarian books for children (Az Elvarazsolt Erdo en Oreg Nene Ozikeje) and a Hungarian book from the thirties called Travel Around the World. Total of 20 pieces. 18x24cm.
This one is a bit like Stairway to Novi Sad. See http://www.henkhannemann.com. 18x24cm
My goal was to make it simple, quiet and in balance. 18x24cm.
A rather complicated one made out of 50 pieces from 5 different books. Title: Dr. Demento and Slick Rick Working on their Magic Mushroom Potion nr. 9. Format: 21×29,7cm.
Straight from the gutters of Budapest: Capriccio brillant. Nearly all pieces come from music paper found in a casket on the Muzeum Korut in Budapest. Only the yellow background is a photographic tabulation from an Exakta brochure from 1957.
I get visits from various (Facebook) Friends around the world on my http://www.henkhannemann.com. Therefore I will try to give an explanation in English:
Collage A4 format. Title: Emleklap. Made out of more than 35 pieces on 300 grams paper. Magazines used: brochure Exakta 1957, Hungarian knitting magazine 1963, old Hungarian book Around The World, music papers found on the street in Budapest and a diploma from 1974 from The Hungarian Communist Party bought on the flea market in Szeged-Hungary.