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Frank Thiel in From the Fog of War

"The present project brings together artists from Eastern Europe and Central Asia as well as from Germany and Western Europe in an exhibition that allows very subjective approaches to the tragedy of war. It is less about documentary reports than about insights into the human condition itself, i.e. the “treasure of the soul that was forced from so many,” as Andreas Gryphius complains in his sonnet “Tears of the Fatherland” in the middle of the Thirty Years' War."