Site Credits

Kunsthalle Mainz

Am Zollhafen 3–5

55118 Mainz
T +49 (0) 6131 126936
F +49 (0) 6131 126937
mail@kunsthalle-mainz.de

Responsible body of the Kunsthalle Mainz:
Stiftung Kunsthalle Mainz
c/o Stadtwerke Mainz AG
Rheinallee 41

55118 Mainz

Foundation board:
Hanns-Detlev Höhne, executive board of the Stadtwerke Mainz AG (chairman)
Marianne Grosse, head of the department of culture of the City of Mainz
Walter Schumacher, state secretary for culture of the State of Rhineland-Palatinate

Responsible according to § 5 of the German Telemedia Act (TMG)
Gabriela Denk, Kunsthalle Mainz,
Address as above
Tel. +49 (0) 6131 126 940, 
denk@kunsthalle-mainz.de

Content concept:
Kunsthalle Mainz

Conception, design and programming:
FINE GERMAN DESIGN, Frankfurt am Main

Images and text:

© with the photographers and authors;

Architecture:

Zollhafen Mainz, aerial view of 1933: © Stadtwerke Mainz AG

The holders of the rights to the images are named in the list of photos.
If we have infringed upon these image rights, we regret this and will rectify the matter immediately.

Translations: 

Jeremy Gaines, Judith Rosenthal, Kennedy-Unglaub Translations, Steve Wright

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