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Manuel Franke

Achat / Graf-Adolf-Platz Subway Station, Düsseldorf

Manuel Franke’s design for the new subway station at Graf Adolf Square in Düsseldorf is one of the lasting artistic contributions presented to the public for the opening of the Wehrhahn line in Düsseldorf. Franke created an “line current”  that accompanies passengers on their way through the building. It comprises a multifaceted stream of green silkscreen ink captured on hundreds of individual panes of glass that mostly cover the walls of the subway station’s entrances and exits. This publication presents a comprehensive view of Franke’s visually impressive project—which dissolves the boundaries between painting and sculpture—from start to finish.


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"Manuel Franke"

May 2016

ISBN 978-3-7356-0190-2

30,00 x 23,00 cm

40 Pages

38 colored and 2 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound

Languages: German, English

Editor
Ludwig Seyfarth
Text by
Gesine Borcherdt, Ludwig Seyfarth, Jochen Schuh
Design by
Jan van der Most, Düsseldorf
Events

Reopening of the “Wehrhahn-Linie” Düsseldorf February 2016.

Further publications of the artist

  • Wehrhahn-Linie
    Continuum and Cut – The Dusseldorf Wehrhahn Line – A Synthesis of the Arts

    Wehrhahn-Linie