Jörg Hilbert, Jorg Hilbert, Jörg, Hilbert, Kinderbuch, Musical, Ritter Rost, Pappenheimer, Fritz & Fertig, Schach, chess, Littelbit, Mister Werwolf, Liuto Forte, Lesefutter, Rösti, Burgfräulein, Bö, Ratzefummel, Koks, rusty, knight, Schneemannkind, So hoch der Baum, Angsthasen, Ueberreuther, Annette Betz, Carlsen, Laute, Lute, Terpsi Wunderblau, Der Falsche Ton, Lisa Stolperbein, Schweinachtsmann
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ANOHA, the new children’s world of the Jewish Museum Berlin, opened in the summer of 2021, its theme being the story of Noah’s Ark. According to the concept of the Olsen Kundig office, about 150 animals were constructed by artists from recycled materials and used items, which now populate this ark as permanent exhibits. The agency Kubix, which commissioned Jörg Hilbert with the design work for a number of these animals, was responsible for the realization. And so today about 30 of the sculptures on display are based on his ideas, drawings and designs. Photos: Kubix, Berlin / Jörg Hilbert / Ellen Bischke