Harald's Tribute

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The [[newsprint]] publication '''Harald's Tribute''' or '''Harald's Tribute Universal''' (according to the ''International Herald Tribune'') was produced by ''M29 | RpB Verlag'' together with  [[Patrick Rieve]] on the occasion of the exhibition ''Skeleton Key''. It was published on Wednesday, April 21st 2010.
The [[newsprint]] publication '''Harald's Tribute''' or '''Harald's Tribute Universal''' (according to the ''International Herald Tribune'') was produced by ''M29 | RpB Verlag'' together with  [[Patrick Rieve]] on the occasion of the exhibition ''Skeleton Key''. It was published on Wednesday, April 21st 2010.
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MILLIONS BLINDED BY MASS HALLUZINATION was the headline of the frontpage. The publication assembles texts by Babette Richter, Daniel Ansoger, Mirjana Beneta, Ante Beneta and Holger Otten as well as artworks by Patrick Rieve including a dobble page graphic chart as centerfold. The language of the articles are in German language.
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MILLIONS BLINDED BY MASS HALLUZINATION was the headline of the frontpage. The publication assembles texts by Babette Richter, Daniel Ansoge, Mirjana Beneta, Ante Beneta and Holger Otten as well as artworks by Patrick Rieve including a double page graphic chart as centerfold. The language of the articles are in German language.
This newsprint followed two publications with a similar concept.
This newsprint followed two publications with a similar concept.

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Harald's Tribute2010
Harald's Tribute
2010

The newsprint publication Harald's Tribute or Harald's Tribute Universal (according to the International Herald Tribune) was produced by M29 | RpB Verlag together with Patrick Rieve on the occasion of the exhibition Skeleton Key. It was published on Wednesday, April 21st 2010.

MILLIONS BLINDED BY MASS HALLUZINATION was the headline of the frontpage. The publication assembles texts by Babette Richter, Daniel Ansoge, Mirjana Beneta, Ante Beneta and Holger Otten as well as artworks by Patrick Rieve including a double page graphic chart as centerfold. The language of the articles are in German language.

This newsprint followed two publications with a similar concept. RpB Verlag ist a small press publisher from Cologne, Germany.

The zine is included in the collection of the St. Patrick's Zine Library.

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