The "Glotzer oder Läufer?" exhibition opens at the German Clock Museum on 10 November 10 at 7.00pm. On display will be the work of artist Paul Revellio, known for his "Glotzer" (gawkers). These include huge or tiny faces, the diversity of which is particularly visible in juxtaposition. Time and again, he also takes up the imagery of the Black Forest in his art. This is also the link to the second part of the exhibition. Since 2007, Revellio has been donating lithographs as prizes for the HFU Black Forest Run. These works are being shown together in their entirety for the first time. The HFU Black Forest Run took place annually from 2007 to 2019. The HFU Run will celebrate its big comeback in 2024. To get in the mood and remember, two passionate runners have combed through their archives: Matthias Hüttlin from the German Clock Museum and Robert Schäflein-Armbruster, Vice-President of HFU and initiator of the run. The resulting photo series is also part of the exhibition. There's a lot to see, from the pasta party the evening before, to various scenes from the run. The pictures reflect the motivation and sporting spirit of this event, in which thousands of runners have taken part since 2005.
The special exhibition will be on display at the German Clock Museum from 11 November to 6 January.