»Kein Spielplatz« - Großstadtkinder im Berliner Scheunenviertel,1929 | Quelle: Ernst Thormann

ernst thormann (arbeiterfotograf), ‘Kein Spielplatz’, Großstadtkinder, 1929

Entrance to the Kemplers’ pastry shop and Krakauer Café

Entrance to the Kempler pastryshop and Krakow Café, Grenadierstraße, Berlin 1926 © JMB, Schenkung von Hillel Kempler D H. Lewin bookshop, ...

The Scheunenviertel in Berlin

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Straßenszene in der Grenadierstraße im sogenannten Scheunenviertel, Fotograf unbekannt.

Shimon Attie: For his 1991–93 project, “The Writing on the Wall,” Attie projected images of pre-World War II life in the Scheunenviertel, the former Jewish quarter in Berlin, at the same locations of the original images. The juxtaposition of images of working-class Jewish life on the facades of buildings in the then newly gentrifying neighborhood highlight the changes in the changes in the city and its inhabitants.

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Shimon Attie: For his 1991–93 project, “The Writing on the Wall,” Attie projected images of pre-World War II life in the Scheunenviertel, the former Jewish quarter in Berlin, at the same locations of the original images. The juxtaposition of images of working-class Jewish life on the facades of buildings in the then newly gentrifying neighborhood highlight the changes in the changes in the city and its inhabitants.

File:Bundesarchiv Bild 183-1987-0413-503, Berlin, im Scheunenviertel, Juden.jpg

File:Bundesarchiv Bild 183-1987-0413-503, Berlin, im Scheunenviertel, Juden.jpg


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