deutsche Versionfrom 3.-6.June 2010

The ducks are back!
27 May to 6 June 2010
Opening hours: Mon–Sat 7:45 a.m.–8:30 p.m.
Parking garage: Mon–Sat 5:30 a.m.–10 p.m., Sun/Holidays 7:30 a.m.–7 p.m. (Exit possible anytime, night access with Park-Coin using entrance in Güterbahnhofstraße) Special opening hours on Viewing Sunday (food court partially open) 6 June 2010: 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Erlangen Arcaden

Strange things have been seen in the last few years. The duck tribe and its followers have crept into the cultures of the world more and more visibly. So how can we be sure which cultural pieces were made by humans? The Duckomenta, a collection of paintings and sculptures, proves that ducks had a stronger influence than we could ever have imagined. The artists’ group “interDuck” that is behind the “Duckomenta” was founded in 1982. This was the year in which Prof. Dr. Eckhart Bauer met the artists who would later become members of the group to playfully explore something special using the means of art. Since the first exhibition “Duckburg is Everywhere” – that premiered at the 2nd Erlangen International Comic Salon in 1986 – “interDuck” has shown its growing collection at museums all over the world. More than one million visitors have been won over by the power of this exhibition. The exhibition in the Erlangen Arcaden for the 14th Erlangen International Comic Salon presents 100 works from the Duckomenta collection, among them some new discoveries. Prof. Dr. Eckhart Bauer, Anke Doepner, Prof. Volker Schönwart, Rüdiger Stanko and Ommo Wille are currently active members of “interDuck”. The exhibition is accompanied by the new and extensive book “Art of the Duckomenta“ (Ehapa Comic Collection, 49,95 Euro).

An exhibition by interDuck in cooperation with the Erlangen Arcaden and the Erlangen International Comic Salon.



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Drawn from Life
German newspaper strips today
Six Artists - One Author
Graphic Novels by Peer Meter, drawn by Barbara Yelin, Isabel Kreitz, David von Bassewitz, Gerda Raidt, Nicola Maier-Reimer and Julia Briemle
Cosmos and Comic
The universal Mythologist Jens Harder
The minimalist variations of Nicolas Mahler
Everything is going to be ok again!
Comic as Concept - Oliver Grajewski is Tigerboy
Aspects of the Everyday
The artist and scenarist Pascal Rabaté
60 years of comic Adventures
Happy Birtday, Charlie Brown!
60 years of Peanuts
Draw, stranger!
The continuing faszination of the western
In Nature’s great breath
Derib’s and Job’s magical western series “Yakari“
Eroticism and Adventures
New work by Milo Manara
And the word became image
About comics and religion
Grenzgebiete - drüben!
Childhood memories between East and West Germany
Otherness in text and image
University of Erlangen-Nürnberg und the Offenbach Academy of Art and Design
The ducks are back!
Manga as
Graduate Students of Kyoto Seika University introduce themselves
Jakob - a comic fairy tale
A graduate project at the Film Academy Baden-Würtemberg
Soul strips
Autobiographical Comic Blogs from Germany
cinearte - cinecomic
Stories in Images
Artistic comics and cartoons
The Comic Saloon at the Kunstmuseum Erlangen
The last living person ... Tomorrow!
24th and 25th Comic Artists Seminar 2009 and 2010
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The dream of having your own horse
Tonto – Granulat 6/10
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World Wide Fund for Nature WWF
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Comic Café – Comicaze
The best work by Munich's comic artists - Live and in colour!
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