For those who wish to take a little bit of Liege with them, the artist couple Schälling | Enderle* has designed a medallion that represents a detail of the capital of a pillar (around 1180) of the former Saint-Lambert cathedral in Liege. The motif shows the conflicts between the forces of good and evil, as interpreted in Romanesque times. However, our time also gives way to an interpretation of this unusual object.
The coal sandstone capital is on display at the Le Grand Curtius Museum in Liège.
*The Berlin artist couple Schälling | Enderle has lived in Liège for many years. They are known for their contemporary plastic art that uses stone as a base.
They express their love of the city and the country in different ways. This is also the case in the documents presented here, which are committed to the protection and safeguarding of the cultural heritage.
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