Please see photo captions for wall numbers
Ceilings are 5 meters high. 350 cm from floor to hanging lights
Wall 1. Left of door 190 cm long
Wall 2. Above catalog 2 meters 30 cm
Nook Wall. Only one nook wall is good for art. Pictured nook wall by table- 2 meters 85 cm.
Wall 3. Adjacent to nook wall is largest wall 8 meters long
Wall 4. Left side of window and adjacent to wall #3- 155 cm. Other side of window adjacent to wall #1- 178 cm
Please see photo captions for wall numbers. No you can't use the walkway or spiral stairs.
Wall 1. This wall under the lights is 2 meters 80 cm from floor to ceiling of walkway. Six meter 90 cm long.
Wall 2. From door way to window is 170 cm (section where student is sitting). Adjacent all between windows is 160 cm
Doorway on left of student is cut out of wall- no door- doorway is 2 meters 40 tall, approx. 3 meters above doorway is good space for art. (reminder- need special ladder)
Wall 3. Is adjacent to wall #1, Can use the shelving. Sheves are 3 meters 90 cm long
See photo captions for wall numbers.
Ceilings 4 + meters high
Wall 1. Three spaces between windows 115 cm each
Wall 2. Six meters 70 cm from window to adjacent wall
Wall 3. Adjacent to wall #2, six meters 30 cm
Wall 4. Not pictured- has two windows. Three spaces for art= adjacent to wall #2 space is 145 cm, in between windows is 136 cm, adjacent to wall #1 is 140
The following information is for legal shipping. It's up to you how you ship. Most artists decide this is too complicated. Other information is available on the blogs below.
Dear Sir or Madam,
Goods intended to be shown at a fair or an exhibition could be imported in temporary admission. Generally you/the importer do/does not pay duty or tax, but a deposit (see below for details).
If you/they receive an ATA carnet from the relevant association of their home country, you/they could use this for the import and export declarations. The associations that issue ATA carnets and their costs may be found on http://www.iccwbo.org/chamber-services/trade-facilitation/ata-carnets/. The deposit is already included in the ATA carnet costs.
An ATA carnet is the easiest way to apply for temporary admission. But you/they may also apply for it with a Single Administrative Document (SAD; in Germany form 0747, to be bought), which also has to state place and period of use in Germany. A deposit is obligatory (equivalent to the potential amount of import duty and tax on the imported goods; for handcrafted paintings, drawings or sculptures this would be 7% on the value including transport costs).
When re-exporting the items imported with SAD you/they need an electronic export declaration (e.g. on www.ausfuhrplus.internetzollanmeldung.de) and the "Verwendungsschein" (Form 0790, issued at import).
For language and access reasons I advise that you/they use the help of a customs broker or forwarding agency.
If goods are sent by post or courier service the relevant transporting company should be notified about the temporary admission, and a note should be made on the transport documents and the package to avoid "normal" treatment as import. As far as this answer contains legal statements this information can - for legal reasons - only be given to the best of our knowledge and is non-binding.
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