Parthenon of Books

Parthenon of Books Tells Important Story in German Town of Kassel

By Stephen Fuchs on Email @StephenWFuchs

An art exhibit in the German town of Kassel is making quite an impact as a towering recreation of the Greek Parthenon sits to tell the story of free speech and the banning of books as it also finds itself planted in a spot that knows the effects of its statement all …

Photo: Mathias Völzke

Stephen Fuchs
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documenta 13: Art in the Middle of Germany

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The cat is out of the bag at last in Kassel. For a long time the theme of documenta 13 was a well-kept secret, but now the final preparations for this major international art event are underway. The art world will be gathering in Kassel again from 9 June 2012. …
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