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September 2011

  • by Maria Santos, 28 Sep 2011
    You have already met her if you were some of the lucky few attending the Speed portfolio viewing last sunday. In case you didn't, let me introduce you to the player behind the intriguing name of L'Atelier-kunst(spiel)raum!! Stefania Angelini (Nice, 1986) studied Psychology and Art History in Paris and London...
  • by Maria Santos, 21 Sep 2011
    If Mitte was a worm, Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz would be one of its hearts. The other four, you can certainly name them. What you can't deny is that the corners of the Volksbühne have a lot to offer.  On its newest -and most shocking- building you can find the Verein zur Förderung von Kunst und Kultur...
  • by Sarie Nijboer, 20 Sep 2011
    Big and Beautiful  Berlin is immense! I knew that already, but now I'm totally convinced... I can’t help comparing it to a Dutch city, although that is almost impossible… Berlin makes me feel to me like I am the smallest person in the world (and I'm really tall).  On Saturday...
  • by Despina Stokou, 19 Sep 2011
    The Godfather part III He is very big in Italy... Is he, ha.. I thought it was just a friend of John’s.. He is huge in Italy... Here in Berlin he is a nobody. That is what I love about berlin, you can be anybody anywhere, here we are all the same. Yeah I don’t know about that... I am big in...
  • by Despina Stokou, 15 Sep 2011
      You probably have met Enrico Centonze, director of Grimmuseum, and you almost certainly have met me...but have you met the rest of the team? WHO: Marcel Türkowsky & Francesco Cavaliere  WHAT: Curators of the sound art program WHISTLE MINOTAURE!  In its 9th edition, WHISTLE...
  • by Sarie Nijboer, 13 Sep 2011
    For only one week Sarie is living in Berlin. Moved from Rotterdam to do her internship at Bpigs and Atelierhof Kreuzberg. For three years she's studying Lifestyle & Design at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam. For Bpigs she's writing a diary about her life and happenings in Berlin....
  • by Maria Santos, 5 Sep 2011
    Picture by Laura Gianetti It was exactly fifty years after the construction of the wall when I got to talk with Lutz Henke (1981), the president of Kunstverein Artitude. Growing up in the continuously developing background that was Berlin in the nineties, and influenced by its emerging music scene, he started...

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