Robert Nippoldt
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“The world in black and white and blood.”

Robert Nippoldt displays an ancestral gallery of sorts of the biggest and most notorious mobsters of Chicago’s Roaring Twenties, featuring the bloodiest scenes, informational graphics and seemingly original cult relics taken from criminal syndicates.

“Gangster. The Bosses of Chicago”

An exhibition featuring works by Robert Nippoldt and Christine Goppel
Exhibition locations including Burgdorfer Crime festival 2006, Criminale festival 2011 and others