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/ Michael Rakowitz
View of Michael Rakowitz’s “The invisible enemy should not exist,” Barbara Wien, Berlin, 2016.
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Ana Teixeira Pinto

The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist (Aj-ibur-shapu), from which Michael Rakowitz’s exhibition at Barbara Wien in Berlin borrows its name, was how the street which ran through the gate of Ishtar, in ancient Babylon, was known. Built around 575 BC under King Nebuchadnezzar II and dedicated to the goddess Ishtar,... continue reading

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