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Sondermodelle by Peter Fritz, Oliver Croy & Oliver Elser
Märklinworld

MärklinWorld catalogue accompanying the exhibition in Kade. MärklinWorld is an exhibition about modelworlds in art. Part of the exhibition showed a unique collection of model houses. These were made by Peter Fritz in the fifties and sixties and found after his death by artist Oliver Croy in 1993. Each model is unique, made of cardboard, wallpaper, magazines, sticky tape, cigarette boxes etc. They represent various sorts of buildings, ranging from houses and churches to petrol stations and a ghost house. The models are not replicas of existing buildings, but are intended as architectural designs by Peter Fritz.

MärklinWorld catalogue accompanying the exhibition in Kade. MärklinWorld is an exhibition about modelworlds in art. Part of the exhibition showed a unique collection of model houses. These were made by Peter Fritz in the fifties and sixties and found after his death by artist Oliver Croy in 1993. Each model is unique, made of cardboard, wallpaper, magazines, sticky tape, cigarette boxes etc. They represent various sorts of buildings, ranging from houses and churches to petrol stations and a ghost house. The models are not replicas of existing buildings, but are intended as architectural designs by Peter Fritz.

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Thomas Wrede, 'Drive-in Theatre' 2009

MärklinWorld catalogue accompanying the exhibition in Kade. MärklinWorld is an exhibition about modelworlds in art. Part of the exhibition showed a unique collection of model houses. These were made by Peter Fritz in the fifties and sixties and found after his death by artist Oliver Croy in 1993. Each model is unique, made of cardboard, wallpaper, magazines, sticky tape, cigarette boxes etc. They represent various sorts of buildings, ranging from houses and churches to petrol stations and a ghost house. The models are not replicas of existing buildings, but are intended as architectural designs by Peter Fritz.

MärklinWorld catalogue accompanying the exhibition in Kade. MärklinWorld is an exhibition about modelworlds in art. Part of the exhibition showed a unique collection of model houses. These were made by Peter Fritz in the fifties and sixties and found after his death by artist Oliver Croy in 1993. Each model is unique, made of cardboard, wallpaper, magazines, sticky tape, cigarette boxes etc. They represent various sorts of buildings, ranging from houses and churches to petrol stations and a ghost house. The models are not replicas of existing buildings, but are intended as architectural designs by Peter Fritz.

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Thomas Struth, 'Paradise 32, Rio Madre de Dios, Peru', 2005

MärklinWorld catalogue accompanying the exhibition in Kade. MärklinWorld is an exhibition about modelworlds in art. Part of the exhibition showed a unique collection of model houses. These were made by Peter Fritz in the fifties and sixties and found after his death by artist Oliver Croy in 1993. Each model is unique, made of cardboard, wallpaper, magazines, sticky tape, cigarette boxes etc. They represent various sorts of buildings, ranging from houses and churches to petrol stations and a ghost house. The models are not replicas of existing buildings, but are intended as architectural designs by Peter Fritz.

MärklinWorld catalogue accompanying the exhibition in Kade. MärklinWorld is an exhibition about modelworlds in art. Part of the exhibition showed a unique collection of model houses. These were made by Peter Fritz in the fifties and sixties and found after his death by artist Oliver Croy in 1993. Each model is unique, made of cardboard, wallpaper, magazines, sticky tape, cigarette boxes etc. They represent various sorts of buildings, ranging from houses and churches to petrol stations and a ghost house. The models are not replicas of existing buildings, but are intended as architectural designs by Peter Fritz.

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MärklinWorld catalogue accompanying the exhibition in Kade. MärklinWorld is an exhibition about modelworlds in art. Part of the exhibition showed a unique collection of model houses. These were made by Peter Fritz in the fifties and sixties and found after his death by artist Oliver Croy in 1993. Each model is unique, made of cardboard, wallpaper, magazines, sticky tape, cigarette boxes etc. They represent various sorts of buildings, ranging from houses and churches to petrol stations and a ghost house. The models are not replicas of existing buildings, but are intended as architectural designs by Peter Fritz.

MärklinWorld catalogue accompanying the exhibition in Kade. MärklinWorld is an exhibition about modelworlds in art. Part of the exhibition showed a unique collection of model houses. These were made by Peter Fritz in the fifties and sixties and found after his death by artist Oliver Croy in 1993. Each model is unique, made of cardboard, wallpaper, magazines, sticky tape, cigarette boxes etc. They represent various sorts of buildings, ranging from houses and churches to petrol stations and a ghost house. The models are not replicas of existing buildings, but are intended as architectural designs by Peter Fritz.

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MärklinWorld catalogue accompanying the exhibition in Kade. MärklinWorld is an exhibition about modelworlds in art. Part of the exhibition showed a unique collection of model houses. These were made by Peter Fritz in the fifties and sixties and found after his death by artist Oliver Croy in 1993. Each model is unique, made of cardboard, wallpaper, magazines, sticky tape, cigarette boxes etc. They represent various sorts of buildings, ranging from houses and churches to petrol stations and a ghost house. The models are not replicas of existing buildings, but are intended as architectural designs by Peter Fritz.

MärklinWorld catalogue accompanying the exhibition in Kade. MärklinWorld is an exhibition about modelworlds in art. Part of the exhibition showed a unique collection of model houses. These were made by Peter Fritz in the fifties and sixties and found after his death by artist Oliver Croy in 1993. Each model is unique, made of cardboard, wallpaper, magazines, sticky tape, cigarette boxes etc. They represent various sorts of buildings, ranging from houses and churches to petrol stations and a ghost house. The models are not replicas of existing buildings, but are intended as architectural designs by Peter Fritz.

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