For 14 years now, Die AusstelungsMacher have been in charge of the largest touring exhibition in the world. Together with the curators of the now 12 exhibitions, we conceive, plan and build the world's most successful exhibition. From Auckland to Los Angeles and from Trondheim to Cape Town we have worked on over 150 installations for this fascinating exhibition over the past 14 years.
Since 2002, the exhibition The Terracotta Army & the Legacy of the Eternal Emperor has fascinated more than one million visitors throughout Europe.
Let yourself be inspired by the unique terracotta army and the history of its creator - the first emperor of China - Qin Shi Huang Di. We take you back to a time over 2200 years ago.
DECISIONS. An exhibition about life in the supermarket of possibilitie.
Bio or budget? Anna or Lena? Child or career? Or would you prefer both? We have the choice - and with it the agony - of being responsible for our own happiness.
The exhibition is a wake-up call for everyone to become aware of their time! Children with life-shortening illnesses often meet their own death with astonishing confidence and comfort even their parents and siblings with confidence and humor. A phenomenon that death attendants in hospices and affected families experience again and again.
Susen and Karsten Stanberger have collected the questions and thoughts that these children ask about their own death during numerous visits by children's hospices and compiled them into a moving book.
From this is compiled in collaboration with the one touching book.
In cooperation with the KÖRPERWELTEN an exhibition was created. With naive questions like “Why should I brush my teeth when I'm going to bite the dust anyway"; these children remind us of the uniqueness of human life against the background of death.
Howard Carter's biography is unique among archaeologists. As a talented draughtsman, at the age of 17 he first copied the colourful paintings of the tombs of Central Egypt on behalf of the Egypt Exploration Fund. Soon afterwards he began his first excavations under the guidance of his teacher Flinders Petrie.
I see wonderful things.
Howard Carter, 1922
In 1900, the talented young archaeologist Carter was promoted to Chief Inspector of the Egyptian Antiquities Service. But an argument with rioting tourists was to end his successful career a few years later. In 1909 Howard Carter began his collaboration with Lord Carnarvon. Carter finally persuaded the lord to do a very special project:
The search for the tomb of the forgotten Pharaoh Tutankhamun in the Valley of the Kings.
From 1917 the lord financed the company for five years - in vain. During a last excavation season in November 1922, Carter was lucky and presented a sensational find to the astonished world. This triggered a worldwide press hype that had never been imagined before and a real Tutankhamun fever that influenced the time of the “Golden Twenties".