For two weeks in August an open air exhibit of 60 statues of stylized wolves stood outside Berlin’s Hauptbahnhof central train station. Titled “Are the wolves back? Art against hatred and violence,” the exhibit symbolizes a new right-wing terrorist desire for hatred, violence and death in Germany.
For two weeks in August an open air exhibit of 60 statues of stylized wolves stood outside Berlin’s Hauptbahnhof central train station. Titled “Are the wolves back? Art against hatred and violence,” the exhibit symbolizes a new right-wing terrorist desire for hatred, violence and death in Germany. Claudia Himmelreich McClatchy
For two weeks in August an open air exhibit of 60 statues of stylized wolves stood outside Berlin’s Hauptbahnhof central train station. Titled “Are the wolves back? Art against hatred and violence,” the exhibit symbolizes a new right-wing terrorist desire for hatred, violence and death in Germany. Claudia Himmelreich McClatchy

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