West Germany became home to between 15-20 million American soldiers and their families as well as civilian employees during the Cold War. And some stayed when their posting was over. Omnified contributor Linda Mannheim spoke to three such former GI’s about what brought them back for good.
As you enter the alexander levy art gallery in Berlin, you are confronted with a number of large photographs of security cameras and binoculars looking back at you. This is “Observatory,” Colin Snapp’s most recent exhibition in which he explores the relationships we have with landmarks.