GERMANY-ART-RESTORATION-WINGED CAR : News Photo

GERMANY-ART-RESTORATION-WINGED CAR

Apprentices of the Ford car manufacturer restore parts of the 'Fluegelauto' (winged car) art work by German installation, happening and conceptual artist HA Schult (born Hans-Juergen Schult) on January 28, 2013 at the company's plant in Cologne, western Germany. The golden winged car, created in 1991 as part of the performance 'Fetisch Auto' (fetish car), will turn back on the roof of the Koelnisches Stadtmuseum (Museum of the City of Cologne) in spring 2013, when restoration is finished. AFP PHOTO / OLIVER BERG GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read OLIVER BERG/AFP/Getty Images)
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Apprentices of the Ford car manufacturer restore parts of the 'Fluegelauto' (winged car) art work by German installation, happening and conceptual artist HA Schult (born Hans-Juergen Schult) on January 28, 2013 at the company's plant in Cologne, western Germany. The golden winged car, created in 1991 as part of the performance 'Fetisch Auto' (fetish car), will turn back on the roof of the Koelnisches Stadtmuseum (Museum of the City of Cologne) in spring 2013, when restoration is finished. AFP PHOTO / OLIVER BERG GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read OLIVER BERG/AFP/Getty Images)
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January 28, 2013
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160223511
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OLIVER BERG / Staff
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DPA
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Apprentices of the Ford car manufacturer restore parts of the... News Photo 160223511Artist,Arts Culture and Entertainment,Business,Car,Cologne,Concepts & Topics,Factory,Ford,German,Germany,HA Schult,Ideas,Installing,Manufacturing,North Rhine Westphalia,Part Of,Restoring,Vertical,WorkingPhotographer Collection: DPA 2013 AFPApprentices of the Ford car manufacturer restore parts of the 'Fluegelauto' (winged car) art work by German installation, happening and conceptual artist HA Schult (born Hans-Juergen Schult) on January 28, 2013 at the company's plant in Cologne, western Germany. The golden winged car, created in 1991 as part of the performance 'Fetisch Auto' (fetish car), will turn back on the roof of the Koelnisches Stadtmuseum (Museum of the City of Cologne) in spring 2013, when restoration is finished. AFP PHOTO / OLIVER BERG GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read OLIVER BERG/AFP/Getty Images)