What a nice evening, what a great start — thanks to everyone who came to our Grand Opening of the Cheese Mountain Tragedy. We had so much fun! We’re still amazed by how many people showed up…
Special thanks to Niels for providing our guests with an amazing BBQ, and Christine & Ginger for taking over the bar.
Here are some photos from last night:
Johan Potma’s exhibits
Wolfgang Reimers’ exhibits
Philip Braun’s masterpiece
Josh Bauman’s exhibits
Impressions of the Grand Opening
This Friday evening, May 20th 2011, The Cheese Mountain Tragedy —the gallery and studio of Josh Bauman, Philip Braun, Johan Potma & Wolfgang Reimers— is opening its doors. Come celebrate with an evening of art, food (of both the cheese and non-cheese variety), drink, music, and more.
The festivities will commence at 18:00 and continue to 23:00 at The Cheese Mountain Tragedy, Schönleinstr. 32, 10967 Berlin Kreuzberg (U8 Schönleinstraße).
We look forward to celebrating with you!
~May 21, 1854~
As twenty-four brave men, worms, and goatboys stormed Cheese Mountain to claim victory, a fierce battle was fought over ten and two days. Eyes were poked & groins were kicked in. Many pictures were taken, but none survived. In the end four men stood strong and put up a flag to claim the mountain theirs. That night those four men ate the soil and feasted on its many cheesy growths.
Since they collectively pulled this off they figured it might be a logical next step to open a joint studio in about 157 years, which is now. Too many imaginary creatures gave up their existence not to do this.
So here we are—now what!?
Let’s just wait and see!