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STEPHAN BALKENHOL. BALANCEAKT

STEPHAN BALKENHOL ( 1957- )

In an interview with the editor Matthias Winzen, Stephan Balkenhol -- who has subjected one of his trademark patiently forbearing figures on this occasion to a ''Balancing Act'' for the anniversary of German reunification -- also maintains that a meaningful monument to commemorate German unity is a tricky enterprise. In the capital, Berlin, not far from Checkpoint Charlie and in front of the high-rise Springer Building, a man wearing a white shirt and black trousers is balancing on a piece of stylized wall that is itself situated at a flashpoint of German post-war history. The book gives an account of this important work's development in the studio, and serves as a short, yet engrossing, reader on the history of the City of Berlin.
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Emne Skulptur
Kunstner BALKENHOL, Stephan
Forfatter Nicolaus Fest & Matthias Winzen
Sprog Engelsk tekst
Illustrationer 125 iil. i farver
Format / Sideantal 28 x 21 / 96 sider
Udgivelsesår 2010
Indbinding indbundet
Forlag Snoeck Verlagsgesellschaft
Antikvarisk
Antal
Køb
ISBN 9783940953353
Lev. 3 dage

STEPHAN BALKENHOL ( 1957- )

In an interview with the editor Matthias Winzen, Stephan Balkenhol -- who has subjected one of his trademark patiently forbearing figures on this occasion to a ''Balancing Act'' for the anniversary of German reunification -- also maintains that a meaningful monument to commemorate German unity is a tricky enterprise. In the capital, Berlin, not far from Checkpoint Charlie and in front of the high-rise Springer Building, a man wearing a white shirt and black trousers is balancing on a piece of stylized wall that is itself situated at a flashpoint of German post-war history. The book gives an account of this important work's development in the studio, and serves as a short, yet engrossing, reader on the history of the City of Berlin.