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Did the visitors who came to the exhibition space of Kunst im Tunnel in Düsseldorf that Friday at the beginning of February 2012 suspect that someone was even more excited about the exhibition than the exhibiting artists themselves?

“That was bombastic”, describes Gil Bronner, whose mother tongue is German, in current Hebrew slang the opening of the exhibition, which attracted several hundred visitors and “which was also reported in the news from North Rhine-Westphalia”.

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Could the visitors who came to the Kunst im Tunnel exhibition in early February 2012, have guessed there was a person who was even more pleased about the exhibition than the exhibiting artists themselves?

"It was like a bomb," remarked Bronner in contemporary Hebrew slang (his mother tongue is German) to describe the opening of the exhibition which attracted hundreds of visitors, and "they reported about it in the North Rhine-Westphalia news."

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