Juan Garaizabal in Berlin20. 6. - 30. 9. 2012
to the city of Berlin at its original location in Bethlehemskirchplatz with
a 31 meter high structure made with steel and light. The lost Bohemian Bethlehem Church was a unique building in the middle of Berlin, representing one of the most beautiful chapters of the relations between Germany and Bohemia. In 1943, it was badly damaged by bombing. Later,
in 1963, the church was demolished and the site incorporated into the facilities of Checkpoint Charlie. The Urban Memory Berlin makes part of Juan Garaizabal’s international project Urban Memories . This project focus on recovering and giving worth to architecture elements or historical buildings that have been lost in the course of time. This exhibition Wandering Church was shown already at DOX in 2011.