deutsche Versionfrom 7.-10.June 2012

toonsUp presents
Anjo Haase: Little Jokes
7 to 10 June 2012
Opening hours: daily 10 a.m.–2 a.m.
Café Beisl

Anjo Haase will exhibit current cartoons in Erlangen’s smallest bar. The collage style is typical for him. Either oil platforms are burning on paintings by Caspar David Friedrich or a zombie is looking for electronic brains in a computer store. The humor is dry and cryptic – the backgrounds are most often not by the artist. Instead, they are reprocessed photos or reproductions of Old Master paintings. Small bar, small pictures, but there is still room for a corny joke between poetry and punchline ...

A toonsUp exhibition on the occasion of the 15th Erlangen International Comic Salon



Illustration of History
Comics from the Arab World
Disappearing Landscape
Winsor McCay (1869–1934)
Comics, Movies, Dreams
50 Years of Spider-Man
Charles Burns
Horror Around the Corner
Shadows and Visions
The Demons of David B.
Comic Cartoon Caricature. Artists from Switzerland and the Metropolitan Region
The Universal Language of Comics
Projects of the Goethe-Institutes Moscow, Cairo and Jakarta
Manuele Fior
Dissections with a Gentle Scalpel
Lorenzo Mattotti
Hänsel und Gretel
Reality by Merging Words, Photographs and Drawings
Black.Light Project
Drawn from Life II
German Newspaper Strips Today
Underground and The Revolution
26th and 27th Comic Artist Seminar 2011 and 2012
Forward – Of course!
Tonto looks back on 10 years of “Tonto-Comics“
Heimat 2.0
The Ehapa Comic Collection Comics Grant
Splitter Verlag presents
Fantasy meets Neorealism – Daniel Schreiber's “Annas Paradies“
avant-verlag presents
Dance of the Skeletons - Felix Pestemer's “Der Staub der Ahnen“
Gummi-Wörner Kulturzentrale presents
Komikaze and Igor Hofbauer
Glücklicher Montag presents
The Schwarwel Universe
toonsUp presents
Anjo Haase: Little Jokes
toonsUp presents
Animal Athletics
Britannia Store presents
Klaus Cornfield – Display window and store exhibition
Comicaze presents
Heimat, deine Sterne!
FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg / Department for Nordic Languages and Literature presents:
Livet är inget för amatörer – Life isn't for Amateurs