This 32-meters-high mural was created by artists Addison Karl and James Bullough on a 500qm huge facade at Landsberger Allee and is therefore the biggest mural ever done in Berlin.
It took about 40 day and 300 spray cans to complete the project, a symbol for the diversity and community in city.
Evidence, the Exhibition by famous Chinese artist Ai WeiWei, was held in Berlin from April 03 – July 13, 2014. With works that have never before been shown in Germany, the exhibition featured three decades of Ai WeiWei’s career in 18 different rooms (3,000 m²). It was the largest exhibition Ai WeiWei has ever done. Part of the works were developed only for Berlin.
Ai, who was kept in a cell illegally for 81 days in a secret prison (see below) where the light was switched on for 24 hours a day and is currently a prisoner of his own country and isn’t allowed to leave, designed this political exhibition especially for Berlin in his simple and spacious studio in the rural outskirts of Beijing
The results of the 2014 World Press Photo Contest were announced on February 14 out of 98,671 pictures from 5,754 photographers and the official exhibition was held in Berlin from June 13 until July 3, 2014.
Featuring over 100 award-winning photographs in 8 different categories, the exhibition will travel through over 100 cities around the globe.
A complete gallery with all picture and descriptions can be found at worldpressphoto.org.