The capital of Greater Poland is associated with Queen and Brian May.
There would be a number of viewing stations through which people would peer through a pair of lenses showing a number of rotating stereoscopic glass slides.
Kaiser-Panorama has been active in the Galeria Arsenał in the Old Market Square in Poznań since 2014, currently it operates in the historic Arkadia building.
On 11-16th October 2016 the stereophotographic exhibition Diableries with works by Pierre Adolphe Hennetier and Louis Alfred Habert was presented on the basis of the book by Brian May, Denis Pellerin and Paula Richardson Fleming.
On 1.06-31.08.2019 the exhibition Mission to the Moon was shown – photos from the Mission Moon 3-D publication by David J. Eicher and Brian May.
On 15.06-30.09.2021 an exhibition of Crinoline: the most sophisticated disaster in the fashion world based on the publication of Crinoline: Fashion’s Most Magnificent Disaster by Brian May, Denis Pellerin.
More about Brian’s May 3D https://www.londonstereo.com/
- adsreds: street Ratajczaka 44, 61-728 Poznań
- GPS: 52.408221 N 16.925182 E
- access: bus and tram stop Wolności Square
The building erected in 1911 on the territory of the current International Fair and had 52 meters. The architect was Hans Poelzig. During World War II it was destroyed and in 1947 it was demolished. A new tower was built in 1955 on the basis of foundations and structures.
Fritz Lang’s set designer, Erich Kettelhut inspired by a building from Poznań created a skyscraper visible in Metropolis. The movie sequences were later used in the Queen Radio Ga Ga video from 1984.
More about tower.
- address: ul.Łazarz, 61-001 Poznań
- GPS:52°24′13,45″N 16°54′32,98″E
- access: railway station Poznań, Most Dworcowy Stop