Dear Sir or Madam,
I am writing to you to offer you an exciting and unusual opportunity to host a special exhibition of Medieval Torture Instruments. The exhibition includes more than 50 exhibits with illustrations and
descriptions and is displayed with great visual impact. Besides cognitive virtues it entails deep reflection and it encourages the audience to take a critical view of the human nature.
Let me say right away that this exhibition finances itself entirely through entry tickets. Our exhibition team cover all costs for transport, installation as well as costs for preparation and dissemination
of all advertising materials meaning that exhibition hosts do not incur any expense themselves.
The exhibition has been showcased over the last 20 years throughout Europe. The last time it was shown at The Collection Museum & Art Gallery in Lincoln/ England. Throughout its history, the exhibition has
never failed to achieve success wherever it has been shown as demonstrated both in local media and in public attendance figures.
I have enclosed a recommendation letter from the Collection Museum & Art Gallery in Lincoln/ England. Please also, find below a few links as well as a list of some former exhibitions across Europe. If you have any further questions or would like to set up an informal meeting to discuss this further, please do not hesitate to contact me by post, email or telephone or if you would like to see the exhibition for yourself, come along to our showing at the Dorman Museum in Middlesbrough/England from June 2013 until December 2013.
A few press articles:
Catalogue of the exhibits:
Recent History of the Exhibition
Museum of Archaeology in Zagreb (Croatia)
Museum of Archaeology in Krakow (Poland)
Teatro, Muzikos, Kino Vilnius (Lithuania)
Traku Istorijos Muziejus, (Lithuania)
Friedenstein Castle, Gotha, (Germany)
Burg Mildenstein in Leisnig, (Germany)
Museum Bernburg Castle, (Germany)
Museum Nossen Castle, (Germany)
Łazienki Królewskie (Royal Baths) in Warsaw (Poland)
Natioanal Museum in Kielce, (Poland)
National Museum in Poznan, (Poland)
National Museum in Szczecin, (Poland)
Matka maja in Talin, (Estonia)