As we draw closer to the new year we’ve asked a very special guest every day to take a moment to reflect on 2018 and to tell us about one photograph that best captures the year for them. It’s a box of treats to surprise you with every day – and conjure our hopes and wishes for 2019. This is our way of sharing the sweetness of the season and of saying ‘Thank You’ to you for inspiring us throughout the year.
Today’s special guest:
Denis Leo Hegic, Curator, cultural manager, architect, Co-Founder of Monumenta in Leipzig, Wandelism in Berlin. Big talker, bigger doer.
You wake up one morning and snow has fallen on all the roofs – how can you not be happy?
This sharp rooftop bombing was created during my last exhibition “Monumenta” in Leipzig by SNOW21, an iconic writer known for his impressive large scale works.
I wish that SNOW21 will not remain the only snow in Germany this year and that we take responsible action for our planet in 2019.
Denis Leo Hegic
Location: Leipzig, Germany
Date: September 2018
Photographer: Nika Kramer
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