Right now at Brandenburg Tor in Berlin, you will find Gustavo Aceves’s traveling exhibition “Lapidarium“. The exhibition marks the 70th anniversary of the end of the second World War.
Just in front of the gate – and the four bronze horses already standing on top of the gate for more than 200 years – you will find 20 very big and very heavy horses, made of cast iron, marble, bronze and granite. After leaving Berlin already on May 10, the exhibition will travel to further landmarks around the world between 2015 and 2017.
Lower East crossed the fascinating exhibition, and came home with these photos.
You can find more information about “Lapidarium“ in this article from The Guardian and this notice here from Artnet.