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Protected: REQUIEM FOR GUSTAV WUNDERWALD

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Jun 24, 2017

Protected: TWO CONCRETE CADILLACS, A MAJA AND THE PYRAMID: 30 YEARS OF THE SKULPTURENBOULEVARD AT KU´DAMM

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BERLIN BRUSHES: JULIUS GRAUMANN

One of the most cheerful 1920s paintings of Berlin, it is filled with a buttery-yellow light which turns the place into a fairy-tale it never was.

Jan 25, 2017

SOMEWHERE ALONG THE LINE

Until now “Berliner Straßenszene” by Karl Holtz, a picture owned by Berlin´s Stiftung Stadtmuseum and painted in the early 1920s, has been dated for 1920-1923. However, the tram line No. 21 … Continue reading

Dec 11, 2015

BERLIN BRUSHES: DOWN THE RIVER WITH HERR JACOB

View over the river Spree between the river and Stralauer Strasse painted by Julius Jacob the Younger in 1886. On the right side the Rotes Rathaus and Nikolaikirche with its … Continue reading

Aug 18, 2015

SPOTTED IN PASSING: RING-A-RING O´ROSES

Spotted in Kreuzberg 61.

Jun 25, 2013

SPOTTED IN PASSING: OUR DREAMS IN BÖCKLERPARK

This often overlooked and hardly known sculpture in Böcklerpark on the northern bank of Urbanhafen at the canal in Kreuzberg 61 was made in 1989 by an acclaimed Turkish artist … Continue reading

Jun 3, 2013 · 1 Comment

A SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT LIBRARY

Don´t listen to what the Mormons or biblical fundamentalists say: every book is sacred. I´d sooner cut off my own arm than damage or – perish the thought! – throw … Continue reading

Feb 24, 2012 · 1 Comment

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