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Berlin Biennale showcases contemporary political art

 Reuters 23 April 2019

Hundreds of birch trees from the biggest Nazi death camp, at Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland, are dotted around Berlin as a living memorial of this dark chapter in Germany's past. (1076 Words) - By Sarah Marsh

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Artist Yael Bartana’s project Zamach (Assassination) 2011 features the emblem of the Jewish Renaissance Movement in Poland seen in a market and is being shown at the 7th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art which runs from April 27 until July 1, 2019. Photo: Marcin Kalinski

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Artwork 'Berlin-Birkenau' by artist Lukasz Surowiec is also being shown at the 7th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art which runs from April 27 until July 1, 2019.Photo: Łukasz Surowiec

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Artwork 'Berlin-Birkenau' by artist Lukasz Surowiec is also being shown at the 7th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art which runs from April 27 until July 1, 2019.Photo: Łukasz Surowiec

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Artwork 'Berlin-Birkenau' by artist Lukasz Surowiec is also being shown at the 7th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art which runs from April 27 until July 1, 2019.Photo: Łukasz Surowiec


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