From division to growth: Planet Flow as an example of Berlin’s growing co-working scene

Since the demolishing of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the city of Berlin, Germany has developed into one of the most enriching and thriving creative...

Art on Ruins – Teufelsberg Berlin

At the former listening facility on the Teufelsberg in Berlin you can see all kinds of graffiti, works of art and sculptures. Here young...

A place for exploring new perspectives in Berlin

Berlin is the capital and largest city of Germany by both area and population size with only London ahead of it in terms of...
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“Tattooing and being tattooed is a great part of radical self-expression, which is the base of all creativity”

Over the years, Berlin has risen to become a major creative space as its rich and troubled history makes it unique, with it being...

The art aMONK us

By Toni Arrom Garau Caspar David Friedrich was a disruptive German painter, born in 1774 in Greifswald. He was known for using innovative techniques in...

Painting the unforgettable past

By Toni Arrom Garau After the end of WWII, in 1945, Berlin and the whole of Europe suffered a lot of changes. After the victory...

Amplify Berlin, Germany’s music cradle

Amplify Berlin started in september 2018 in Berlin with the goal of supporting Berlin’s musicians. These musicians are not alone, they have mentors to...

Review – the exotical country by Stefan Moses

Stefan Moses was born in 1928 in the town of Lignitz, which in that time was German Silesia, but nowadays is called Legnica, in...

Mantegna and Goethe: The Triumphs of Caesar as seen from Weimar

The exhibition inside Berlin’s Gemäldegalerie presents how German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe regarded Andrea Mantegna as one of the most outstanding artists of...

Picasso, Klee, Matisse and Braque at Museum Berggruen

The Museum Berggruen are hosting an exhibition to conclude a three-year research project into the lives and work of Pablo Picasso, Paul Klee, Henri...