Kerstin Hensel: Regenbeins Farben
Three women regularly meet to tend the graves of their deceased husbands at a cemetery near the approaching flight path of an airport: a capricious industrialist’s wife, an 80-year-old art professor, and modest painter Karline Regenbein, who works outside the confines of the artistic establishment. One day, the recently widowed gallery owner Eduard Wettengel turns up there. And suddenly, life comes into the mourning community and the strangest entanglements take their course. Followed by a conversation with Carola Opitz-Wiemers.