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Marktkirche in Hannover: The fly window

Marktkirche in Hannover: The fly window

Former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder wants to give the Marktkirche in Hanover a new window.
 The window was designed by Schröder's good friend, the artist Markus Lüpertz.
 Actually, the approximately 13 meter high Lüpertz window should have been installed these days – but there is still this annoying thing with the stepson of the architect Dieter Oesterlen.

            
        

    

                        
    
    It's annoying to enjoy a bit, and then something like that gets in the way. Former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder wants to give the market church in Hanover a new window that his friend Markus Lüpertz has designed. Lüpertz is not anyone. He is one of the best-known contemporary German artists and was for many years the rector of the Düsseldorf Art Academy. The Munich House of Art is planning a large Lüpertz show for 2019. You could say it like this: If Lüpertz and Schröder show up with a present, you can not just say "no". That would be madness.

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