documenta 14's last day an homage to Pavlos Fyssas

documenta 14 opened in Athens on 06/04, day of remembrance for Halit Yozgat, who was killed in 2006 at his family’s Internet café in Kassel. Halit was the ninth and youngest victim in a series of racist-motivated murders by the so-called Nationalsozialistischer Untergrund (National Socialist Underground, NSU).
Tonight, the Society of Friends of Halit is concluding the exhibition in Kassel with an event dedicated to the memory of Pavlos Fyssas, a musician who was murdered in Athens by a supporter of the radical right-wing Greek Chrysi Avgi (Golden Dawn) on September 18, 2013.
In Halit and Pavlos, Kassel and Athens mourn the deaths of two murder victims who represent all other victims of racist-motivated acts of violence and whose murders also point to state-sanctioned violence.

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