Author: Esther Rosendahl
Photography: A Tamboly, Alessandro Saffo, Anna Serrano, David Hornback, Enric Montes, Francesco Carovillano, Gianluca Santoni, Giovanni Simeone, Giuseppe Dall'Arche, Jean-Christophe Pratt, Kuba Swietlik, Mark Robertz, Massimo Borchi, Massimo Ripani, Maurizio Rellini, Mohamad Itani, Natalino Russo, Nino Bartuccio, Phil Wills, Sandra Raccanello, Stefano Amantini
Language: Bilingual German and English
Cover: Soft cover with elastic closure
Format: 10,5x18,5 cm, 144 pages - 32 photos, 100 gms, FSC certified paper, acid free (pH Neutral)
What would you write on a gray wall in the suburbs of a big city if you had an acid green spray can in your hand?
In Berlin, the recent past is already history. Sometimes, however, the old ones contradictions suddenly emerge and intertwine with a young, dynamic and at times lysergic present. The city of the bear is lively and modern, but it is also crossed by the visible and invisible lines of the memory: the Wall can be followed even where it is no longer there.
Woe to try to resolve its contradictions! Berlin is complex and should be discovered this way: learning to live with its people divers from, dancing to the rhythm of techno music.
What color are you?
Green is the color of movement. If it takes on a fluorescent tone it is pure brilliance and liveliness! The green metropolis helps to illuminate the best sides of oneself and to release talents and energies.
This shade in English is called "Mellow green": a soft green that retains the sparkling vibration of the skin of a green apple.
Acidic and modern, this is the color of metropolitan lights: from the traffic lights to the neon signs, from the shop windows of the center to the graffiti that especially animate the peripheral areas.
Perhaps there is no more urban color than this!