Item: Jewish Museum Berlin, Germany, 2003
|Title: ||Jewish Museum Berlin, Germany, 2003|
|Authors: ||Hicks, Anthony (Photographer)|
|Issue Date: ||2003 |
|Abstract: ||Image of a stairwell in the Jewish Museum Berlin by architect Daniel Libeskind.
Photograph taken by Anthony Hicks.|
|Description: ||"The zinc-panelled Libeskind building is an unusual structure. It sets new architectural standards by creating a close relationship between the museum's themes and its architecture. The richly symbolic building visualizes German-Jewish history and appeals its visitor's senses and feelings. The tragic history of deported and murdered Jews and emigrants becomes as substantial as the vitality of contemporary Jewish life in Germany".
|Appears in Collections:||Holocaust Museums|
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