Public Art in Germany
Public Art in Berlin - Berlin, like many cities in Europe
during World War II, was devastated by airstrikes and bombing. However, in rebuilding the city, a new generation
of public art began to (and in some ways still does) reflect the city's tragic past. It is hard to walk through
the parks and streets without being reminded of the horrors of war. There are, however, several statues and
sculptures which survived the onslaught of World War II, creating a strange and interesting mixture of art.
Click here for more of the Public Art in Berlin collection. Featured public art include the Bismarck Memorial, Quadriga of Victory, Neptunbrunnen, St Gertrude statue, Jewish Memorial sculpture, Jewish Holocaust Memorial, Jewish Memorial Tablet, Golden Else, St George Fighting the Dragon Statue and the Soviet War Memorial.
Public Art in Heilbronn - Featuring: The Swimmer statue,
Public Art in Monschau - Featuring :
Maassen Paulche statue,
Public Art In Thale- Featuring: Witch sculpture,