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ART-COLDWAR/GERMANY-USA
RTR4A0YD
October 13, 2014
Artist Sonya Schoenberger poses next to her installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, that...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Artist Sonya Schoenberger poses next to her installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, that...
Artist Sonya Schoenberger poses next to her installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, that is installed inside Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Los Angeles October 13, 2014. A German artist has turned a tiny surveillance booth used by the communist regime in the former East Germany to monitor citizens into an art exhibit and venue, which will be installed in a museum near Los Angeles dedicated to the Cold War to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The one-person guardhouse measuring 2 m by 1 m (2 yards by 1 yard) was originally located in the parking lot of state-run news agency ADN so that authorities could keep a watchful eye on reporters. Artist Christof Zwiener rescued it from demolition. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ART-COLDWAR/GERMANY-USA
RTR4A0YA
October 13, 2014
Artist Sonya Schoenberger poses next to her installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, that...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Artist Sonya Schoenberger poses next to her installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, that...
Artist Sonya Schoenberger poses next to her installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, that is installed inside Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Los Angeles October 13, 2014. A German artist has turned a tiny surveillance booth used by the communist regime in the former East Germany to monitor citizens into an art exhibit and venue, which will be installed in a museum near Los Angeles dedicated to the Cold War to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The one-person guardhouse measuring 2 m by 1 m (2 yards by 1 yard) was originally located in the parking lot of state-run news agency ADN so that authorities could keep a watchful eye on reporters. Artist Christof Zwiener rescued it from demolition. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-COLDWAR/GERMANY-USA
RTR4A0Y9
October 13, 2014
The interior of artist Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House" is seen in Los Angeles...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
The interior of artist Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House" is seen in Los Angeles...
The interior of artist Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House" is seen in Los Angeles October 13, 2014. A German artist has turned a tiny surveillance booth used by the communist regime in the former East Germany to monitor citizens into an art exhibit and venue, which will be installed in a museum near Los Angeles dedicated to the Cold War to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The one-person guardhouse measuring 2 m by 1 m (2 yards by 1 yard) was originally located in the parking lot of state-run news agency ADN so that authorities could keep a watchful eye on reporters. Artist Christof Zwiener rescued it from demolition. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-COLDWAR/GERMANY-USA
RTR4A0Y5
October 13, 2014
Artist Christoph Zwiener cleans the windows of his exhibition project "ADN Guard House", which contains...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Artist Christoph Zwiener cleans the windows of his exhibition project "ADN Guard House", which contains...
Artist Christoph Zwiener cleans the windows of his exhibition project "ADN Guard House", which contains an installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, by Sonya Schoenberger, in Los Angeles October 13, 2014. A German artist has turned a tiny surveillance booth used by the communist regime in the former East Germany to monitor citizens into an art exhibit and venue, which will be installed in a museum near Los Angeles dedicated to the Cold War to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The one-person guardhouse measuring 2 m by 1 m (2 yards by 1 yard) was originally located in the parking lot of state-run news agency ADN so that authorities could keep a watchful eye on reporters. Artist Christof Zwiener rescued it from demolition. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-COLDWAR/GERMANY-USA
RTR4A0XT
October 13, 2014
An installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, by Sonya Schoenberger, is installed inside Christoph...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
An installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, by Sonya Schoenberger, is installed inside Christoph...
An installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, by Sonya Schoenberger, is installed inside Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House", in Los Angeles October 13, 2014. A German artist has turned a tiny surveillance booth used by the communist regime in the former East Germany to monitor citizens into an art exhibit and venue, which will be installed in a museum near Los Angeles dedicated to the Cold War to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The one-person guardhouse measuring 2 m by 1 m (2 yards by 1 yard) was originally located in the parking lot of state-run news agency ADN so that authorities could keep a watchful eye on reporters. Artist Christof Zwiener rescued it from demolition. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-COLDWAR/GERMANY-USA
RTR4A0XO
October 13, 2014
Artist Christoph Zwiener poses in front of his exhibition project "ADN Guard House", which contains an...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Artist Christoph Zwiener poses in front of his exhibition project "ADN Guard House", which contains an...
Artist Christoph Zwiener poses in front of his exhibition project "ADN Guard House", which contains an installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, by Sonya Schoenberger, in Los Angeles October 13, 2014. A German artist has turned a tiny surveillance booth used by the communist regime in the former East Germany to monitor citizens into an art exhibit and venue, which will be installed in a museum near Los Angeles dedicated to the Cold War to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The one-person guardhouse measuring 2 m by 1 m (2 yards by 1 yard) was originally located in the parking lot of state-run news agency ADN so that authorities could keep a watchful eye on reporters. Artist Christof Zwiener rescued it from demolition. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-COLDWAR/GERMANY-USA
RTR4A0X4
October 13, 2014
Artist Christoph Zwiener poses in front of his exhibition project "ADN Guard House", which contains an...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Artist Christoph Zwiener poses in front of his exhibition project "ADN Guard House", which contains an...
Artist Christoph Zwiener poses in front of his exhibition project "ADN Guard House", which contains an installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, by Sonya Schoenberger, in Los Angeles October 13, 2014. A German artist has turned a tiny surveillance booth used by the communist regime in the former East Germany to monitor citizens into an art exhibit and venue, which will be installed in a museum near Los Angeles dedicated to the Cold War to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The one-person guardhouse measuring 2 m by 1 m (2 yards by 1 yard) was originally located in the parking lot of state-run news agency ADN so that authorities could keep a watchful eye on reporters. Artist Christof Zwiener rescued it from demolition. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-COLDWAR/GERMANY-USA
RTR3Z1UD
July 17, 2014
A woman looks at an installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, by Sonya Schoenberger, that...
Berlin, Germany
Woman looks at installation inside exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin
A woman looks at an installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, by Sonya Schoenberger, that is installed inside Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin July 11, 2014. A German artist has turned a tiny surveillance booth used by the communist regime in the former East Germany to monitor citizens into an art exhibit and venue, which will be installed in a museum near Los Angeles dedicated to the Cold War. The one-person guardhouse measuring 2 m by 1 m (2 yards by 1 yard) was originally located in the parking lot of state-run news agency ADN so that authorities could keep a watchful eye on reporters. Artist Christof Zwiener rescued it from demolition. Picture taken July 11, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
ART-COLDWAR/GERMANY-USA
RTR3Z1UB
July 17, 2014
A man looks at an installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, by Sonya Schoenberger, that is...
Berlin, Germany
Man looks at installation inside exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin
A man looks at an installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, by Sonya Schoenberger, that is installed inside Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin July 11, 2014. A German artist has turned a tiny surveillance booth used by the communist regime in the former East Germany to monitor citizens into an art exhibit and venue, which will be installed in a museum near Los Angeles dedicated to the Cold War. The one-person guardhouse measuring 2 m by 1 m (2 yards by 1 yard) was originally located in the parking lot of state-run news agency ADN so that authorities could keep a watchful eye on reporters. Artist Christof Zwiener rescued it from demolition. Picture taken July 11, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
ART-COLDWAR/GERMANY-USA
RTR3Z1UA
July 17, 2014
A woman looks at an installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, by Sonya Schoenberger, that...
Berlin, Germany
Woman looks at installation inside exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin
A woman looks at an installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, by Sonya Schoenberger, that is installed inside Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin July 11, 2014. A German artist has turned a tiny surveillance booth used by the communist regime in the former East Germany to monitor citizens into an art exhibit and venue, which will be installed in a museum near Los Angeles dedicated to the Cold War. The one-person guardhouse measuring 2 m by 1 m (2 yards by 1 yard) was originally located in the parking lot of state-run news agency ADN so that authorities could keep a watchful eye on reporters. Artist Christof Zwiener rescued it from demolition. Picture taken July 11, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
ART-COLDWAR/GERMANY-USA
RTR3Z1U5
July 17, 2014
People attend the opening of an installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, by Sonya Schoenberger...
Berlin, Germany
People attend the opening of installation inside exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin
People attend the opening of an installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, by Sonya Schoenberger (L), that is installed inside Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin July 11, 2014. A German artist has turned a tiny surveillance booth used by the communist regime in the former East Germany to monitor citizens into an art exhibit and venue, which will be installed in a museum near Los Angeles dedicated to the Cold War. The one-person guardhouse measuring 2 m by 1 m (2 yards by 1 yard) was originally located in the parking lot of state-run news agency ADN so that authorities could keep a watchful eye on reporters. Artist Christof Zwiener rescued it from demolition. Picture taken July 11, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ART-COLDWAR/GERMANY-USA
RTR3Z1U1
July 17, 2014
A man looks at an installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, by Sonya Schoenberger, that is...
Berlin, Germany
Man looks at installation inside exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin
A man looks at an installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, by Sonya Schoenberger, that is installed inside Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin July 11, 2014. A German artist has turned a tiny surveillance booth used by the communist regime in the former East Germany to monitor citizens into an art exhibit and venue, which will be installed in a museum near Los Angeles dedicated to the Cold War. The one-person guardhouse measuring 2 m by 1 m (2 yards by 1 yard) was originally located in the parking lot of state-run news agency ADN so that authorities could keep a watchful eye on reporters. Artist Christof Zwiener rescued it from demolition. Picture taken July 11, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
ART-COLDWAR/GERMANY-USA
RTR3Z1TM
July 17, 2014
A picture shows an installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, by Sonya Schoenberger, that is...
Berlin, Germany
Picture shows installation inside exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin
A picture shows an installation of keys, used in Stasi police barracks, by Sonya Schoenberger, that is installed inside Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin July 11, 2014. A German artist has turned a tiny surveillance booth used by the communist regime in the former East Germany to monitor citizens into an art exhibit and venue, which will be installed in a museum near Los Angeles dedicated to the Cold War. The one-person guardhouse measuring 2 m by 1 m (2 yards by 1 yard) was originally located in the parking lot of state-run news agency ADN so that authorities could keep a watchful eye on reporters. Artist Christof Zwiener rescued it from demolition. Picture taken July 11, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
ART-COLDWAR/GERMANY-USA
RTR3Z1TK
July 17, 2014
People walk past Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin May 22, 2014. A German...
Berlin, Germany
People walk past exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin
People walk past Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin May 22, 2014. A German artist has turned a tiny surveillance booth used by the communist regime in the former East Germany to monitor citizens into an art exhibit and venue, which will be installed in a museum near Los Angeles dedicated to the Cold War. The one-person guardhouse measuring 2 m by 1 m (2 yards by 1 yard) was originally located in the parking lot of state-run news agency ADN so that authorities could keep a watchful eye on reporters. Artist Christof Zwiener rescued it from demolition. Picture taken May 22, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
ART-COLDWAR/GERMANY-USA
RTR3Z1TI
July 17, 2014
A picture shows a panel of switches inside Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in...
Berlin, Germany
Picture shows pannel of switches inside exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin
A picture shows a panel of switches inside Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin May 22, 2014. A German artist has turned a tiny surveillance booth used by the communist regime in the former East Germany to monitor citizens into an art exhibit and venue, which will be installed in a museum near Los Angeles dedicated to the Cold War. The one-person guardhouse measuring 2 m by 1 m (2 yards by 1 yard) was originally located in the parking lot of state-run news agency ADN so that authorities could keep a watchful eye on reporters. Artist Christof Zwiener rescued it from demolition. The writings on the switches read: "Heating - ON", "Light Inside - ON", "Green" and "Traffic Light". Picture taken May 22, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
ART-COLDWAR/GERMANY-USA
RTR3Z1TH
July 17, 2014
A picture shows a panel of switches inside Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in...
Berlin, Germany
Picture shows pannel of switches inside exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin
A picture shows a panel of switches inside Christoph Zwiener's exhibition project "ADN Guard House" in Berlin May 22, 2014. A German artist has turned a tiny surveillance booth used by the communist regime in the former East Germany to monitor citizens into an art exhibit and venue, which will be installed in a museum near Los Angeles dedicated to the Cold War. The one-person guardhouse measuring 2 m by 1 m (2 yards by 1 yard) was originally located in the parking lot of state-run news agency ADN so that authorities could keep a watchful eye on reporters. Artist Christof Zwiener rescued it from demolition. The writings on the switches read: "Heating - ON", "Light Inside - ON", "Green" and "Traffic Light". Picture taken May 22, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
RUSSIA-FORUM/PUTIN-COLDWAR
RTR3QNMN
May 24, 2014
Reuters Managing Editor Paul Ingrassia (C) and other journalists attend a meeting with Russia's President...
St. Petersburg, Russia
Reuters Managing Editor Paul Ingrassia and other journalists attend a meeting with Russia's President...
Reuters Managing Editor Paul Ingrassia (C) and other journalists attend a meeting with Russia's President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum 2014 (SPIEF 2014) in St. Petersburg May 24, 2014. Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday that a new Cold War with the West over Ukraine was unlikely. East-West relations have reached their lowest level since the end of the Cold War two decades ago with a fall of the Soviet Union, over the crisis in Ukraine. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS MEDIA)
RUSSIA-FORUM/PUTIN-COLDWAR
RTR3QNIZ
May 24, 2014
Russia's President Vladimir Putin (L) meets with a group of foreign journalists on the sidelines of the...
St. Petersburg, Russia
Russia's President Putin meets with journalists on the sidelines of the St. Petersburg International...
Russia's President Vladimir Putin (L) meets with a group of foreign journalists on the sidelines of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum 2014 (SPIEF 2014) in St. Petersburg May 24, 2014. Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday that a new Cold War with the West over Ukraine was unlikely. East-West relations have reached their lowest level since the end of the Cold War two decades ago with a fall of the Soviet Union, over the crisis in Ukraine. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS)
RUSSIA-FORUM/PUTIN-COLDWAR
RTR3QNIW
May 24, 2014
Russia's President Vladimir Putin (L) meets with a group of foreign journalists on the sidelines of the...
St. Petersburg, Russia
Russia's President Putin meets with journalists on the sidelines of the St. Petersburg International...
Russia's President Vladimir Putin (L) meets with a group of foreign journalists on the sidelines of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum 2014 (SPIEF 2014) in St. Petersburg May 24, 2014. Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday that a new Cold War with the West over Ukraine was unlikely. East-West relations have reached their lowest level since the end of the Cold War two decades ago with a fall of the Soviet Union, over the crisis in Ukraine. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS)
IRAN/COLDWAR
RTR2UVPM
December 05, 2011
A demonstrator enters a slogan-covered structure opposite the Houses of Parliament in London December...
London, United Kingdom
A demonstrator enters a slogan-covered structure opposite the Houses of Parliament in London
A demonstrator enters a slogan-covered structure opposite the Houses of Parliament in London December 5, 2011. Worries of Israel striking Iran might or might not be overblown but across the region the largely hidden "cold war" between Tehran and its enemies is escalating fast, bringing with it wider risk of conflict. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
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