This work is placed in Bebelplatz, in Berlin. The location of it is very important: in 10 May 1933 the Nazi Book Burning ceremony happened in many different university cities in Germany, including the capital of course. In 1933, in fact, various groups of national socialist students held this kind of ceremonies to proclaime a nationwide “Action […]
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We are speaking today about the artist that brought the neon lights into the artworld, Dan Flavin. Actually, this is one of the most important aspect of contemporary art: it has to be innovative. Every artist has to bring something new (think for example of Roy Lichtestein and his comics, or of Andy Warhol and […]
Yves Klein was one of the most celebrated contemporary artists, and painting was almost an obsession for him. He painted a series called Relief Eponges, in which he used actual sponges as a material for his paintings. This is, as the title suggests, the artwork he thought could be the most evocative and representative of […]