Trash People: The one thousand life-sized Trash People started their trip around the world in 1996 in Xanten. They stopped in Paris (1999), Moscow (1999), Beijing and the Great Chinese Wall (2001), Cairo and Giza (2002), Zermatt (2003), Kilkenny Castle (2003), Gorleben (2004), Brussels (2005), Cologne (2006), Rome (21-29/03/2007), Barcelona (01-07/06/2007), Brooklyn Bridge and Antarctic. The value of single object is estimated to 6,000 Euro.
HA Schult: Born on June 24, 1939 in Parchim (Germany), Hans Jürgen Schult grown up in Berlin and studied from 1958 to 1961 in the Kunstakademie of Düsseldorf.
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