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Jesuits exhibit Madame Blavatsky

Jun 30, 2008 11:20 AM
by Frank Reitemeyer

This is a summery of a newspaper article of today:

The chief of the Frankfurt, Germany, art societey, Chus Martinez, has launched a chapel, which was sanctified officially by Jesuits, to have a room for own thoughts.

She has now opened an art exhibition in Frankfurt, named "The Great Transformation - Art and Tactical Magic", which will be held from June, 7th up to Sept. 7th.

In this exhibition artist Goshka Macuga presents "tactical magician" Madame Blavatsky as a fiberglass figure, which hovers between two chairs.

Question: Does anyone know if and to what story or report this artist is refering??

"Tactical Magic" is described on the homepage of the Society as a process to go "beyond the spiritual"!

newspaper article:

Frankfurt art society:


>From September, 19th 2008 up to  January, 11th 2009 the exhibition which be held at MARCO (Museo de Arte Contemporánea de Vigo, Spain):

The exhibition was sponsoered by:

American Center Foundation
Hessische Kultur Stiftung
bureau des artes plastiques
Cultures France
Ambassade de France
Danish Arts Council

There is no information about a catalogue, nevertheless I'll phone them for archives purposes.


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