Special times require special initiatives:
From August 13 to 23, 2020 the Nassauischer Kunstverein will host the Minimum Distance Art Market, where Wiesbaden artists will have the opportunity to present and sell their work. The grid of the minimum distance is marked on the floor, each field becomes a market stand - free of charge for professional artists from Wiesbaden. 100% of the proceeds from the sale go to the authors of the works.
Nicole Ahland, Ankabuta, Jan Baugut, Helmut Bernhardt, Ann Besier, Anna Bieler, Dirk Brömmel, Jean-Sergiu Capota, Angela Cremer, Angelika Dautzenberg, Andreas Diefenbach, Andrea Diefenbach, Edgar Diehl, Antje Dienstbir, Frédéric Ecker, Christiane Erdmann, Andrea Esswein, Nicole Fehling, Gabriele Fischbach, Tobias Fochler, Regine Fürst, Udo W.Gottfried, Titus Grab, Katja Grandpierre, Marie-Luise Gruhne, Andreas Gudert, Lotte Günther, Ulrich Habermann, Helena Hafemann, Simon Hegenberg, Ingrid Heuser, Kira Jacobi, Tine Kaiser, Inox Kapell, Theo Kemen, Dieter Knobloch, Peer Koch, Emad Korkis, Karsten Kronas, Dörte Kunte, Bettina Kykebusch, Ulrike Lange, Renate Reifert, Thomas Reimann, Verena Schmidt, Jochen Schnepf, Sören Schuhmacher, Renate Schwarz Kraft, Stefan Seelge, Benjamin Semm, Christine Straszewski, Margareta Tovar, Alo Valge, Thomas Vogel, Carmen von Seckendorff, Uta Weil, Oliver Weiller, Kai Wolf, Thomas Wunsch
The opening of the Minimum Distance Art Market and the Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden as well as the implementation of the event take place according to a hygiene plan that was developed and implemented according to official requirements. The officially issued regulations and recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute, the Federal and State Government, the Museumsverband and the authorities of the city of Wiesbaden apply. The preventive measures for infection protection include a strict reduction in the number of visitors and the increased cleaning of critical points. The distance rule of at least 1.5 meters applies. In addition, wearing a mask is mandatory for the entire duration of the stay. Visitors are informed of the hygiene regulations on site. The contact details of the participants and all visitors are recorded for the follow-up of possible infection chains with the new COVID-19 virus, treated confidentially and deleted four weeks after their collection.