In the garden around his house Mark Hogancamp built a Belgian town on a scale of 1:6, setting it during the Second World War: he named it Marwencol, in honour of his name and the two girls he fell in love with in his youth, Wendy and Colleen.


Cologne in 1937. Trained as a textile designer, he entered Joseph Beuys’ class at the Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf in the late 1960. Here his works were rejected because too conservative and academic; this fact led him to left the total art world.


The self-taught artist Morton Bartlett, orphaned at the age of eight – like the compared Henry Darger – was adopted by a wealthy couple of Massachusetts. They permitted him to enrolled at Philipps Exter Academy and Harvard University, that he left for bec

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