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The XXth Frequenzen Symposium South Streams is over

In 2014 we met in Higueras, Spain. Our final exhibition took place at Castellon, in the casa Moruna, plaza del Mar.

On the Frequenzen-Blog you can find photos taken by all the participants of the event.

On the blog of the “Associacion Cultural” of Higueras, you will find pictures taken by people of the village, along with spanish, italian and french text.


Participating as Guest Artists:

From Italy:

Vincenzo Lopardo

From the Netherlands:

Grieteke Kiki Roosma

From Spain:

Carmen Garcia Gordillo

Elisa Merino C.

Alejandro Schmitt

Melchor Zapata


Many thanks to Angeles Schmid, Michel Schmid, Edith Schmid for management, organization and translations

Francisco Gimeno Torregrosa, Alcade – Presidente de Higueras

Excmo Ayuntamiento de Higueras

Asociacion Cultural Higueras


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Symposium 2013 Passages – Pas sages

26 May 2013 – 02 June 2013, Le Rocher d’Ongles, France

After twenty symposia in Hungary, Germany, Austria, Italy and Malta  last year’s symposium was hold for the first time in France.

Gilles Brun a long time member of “Frequenzen” was the host in his new studio, in Le Rocher d’Ongles, Provence.

The finished projects were exhibited in the town hall of Ongles.


Symposium 2011 Fresh Air

6.May 2011-12.May 2011 Public work symposium in the St.Paul’s bay, Malta

The works were exhibited at La Valletta, German-Maltese Circle, Messina Palace


Maxs Felinfer

Since 1968 Maxs Felinfer has been working successfully as a painter and has taken part in
several exhibitions in Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, USA, Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Malta, Spain and Italy.
He set up many performances and events involving different artistic disciplines and in 1969 he created the so called “Seblie Movement”. He is experienced in the fields of sculpture, movie making, photography, cartoons, theatre and dancing.
In 1983, the Argentinian writer Hector Paruzzo issued the book “Maxs Felinfer, On painting topics”, which was later translated into Portuguese and issued in Brazil. The book describes the painting career of the artist and his Seblie Movement.
In 1984, the artist issued his own book: “Seblie, a language”, which was translated and issued in Italian in 2005, together with the book: “Seblie: the role of art”, by Patricia Vena, Roberta Lucianetti and Annalisa Piergallini, which tells the story of the Seblie movement and analyzes its principles and the motivations behind the work of the “Seblie Artistic Group”, founded by Maxs Felinfer.
Since 2001 he has joined the European Contemporary Art Group “Frequenzen” with whom he takes part in symposia and exhibitions in different European countries.

Many of Maxs Felinfer’s works belong to the collections of various museums and associations, among which
Museo Civico (Civic Museum) in Teramo, Italy
Museo di Scultura (Sculpture Museum) in Spinetoli, Italy
the Fränkische Schweiz Museum in Tüchersfeld, Germany
Museo di Arte Moderna (Mueum of Modern Art) in São Paulo, Brazil
the artistic collection of the International Students Center di UCLA, USA
the Argentinian Embassy in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Palazzo della Provincia in Ascoli Piceno, Italy
Palazzo Municipale (Town House) in Culver City, USA
Fondazione Culturale (Cultural Foundation) in Curitiba,Brazil
Europäische Künstlergruppe Frequenzen in München, Germany
Sottosegreteria di Cultura (Culture Secretery Town House) in Rosario, Argentina
Culture Town House in Maciel, Argentina
Convento di San Francesco in Ancona, Italy

He was teaching in the following schools:
“Gabriel Carrasco N. 69”, Rosario, Argentina
“Manuel Belgrano N. 54”, Rosario, Argentina
“Correa N. 254”,Correa, Argentina
“Instituto Integral de Educaciòn por el Arte Bela Bartok”, Rosario, Argentina

He held formation course in the following institutes:
“CO.A.L.A. S.r.l.”, Jesi, Italy
“Sinopia Informatica Lab. Marche S.r.l.”, Ascoli Piceno, Italy
“Eikon Services S.r.l.”, Ascoli Piceno Italy
“Edicom” Ripatransone, Italy
Comunità Terapeutica “Ama – Aquilone”, Castel di Lama, Italy