Entries Tagged as 'Art'

Wednesday, January 30th, 2008

Featuring: Adam Bizanski

There’s something about these Animations that are indescribable. It is as though their creator, Israeli artist Adam Bizanski took his lovingly designed figures and breathed some kind of soul into them, that made them much much more than the mere sum of material they are made of. But he doesn’t leave it at that. In […]

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008

New Berlin Walls

Berlin is known for the creative use of walls – be it the recent street art craze or creative output on the Berlin Wall in the 80s and 90s – there is no thing like an idle wall in Berlin. You might think.
In fact there are a whole bunch of unused firewalls scarring the cityscape. A […]

Tuesday, November 20th, 2007

This is not America. A Luftbruecke Contest

A little piece of you
The little piece in me
Will die
For this is not america
David Bowie
Welcome to the next big Luftbruecke contest. We want you to interpret “this is not america” into a photo or composition.
WHAT WE WANT
One JPEG File of your work in 10 x 15 centimeters at a resolution of 300 dpi in RGB […]

Sunday, October 28th, 2007

Just turned twenty

The Deutsches Historisches Museum (”German Historical Museum”) just turned twenty today. Founded October 28th 1987 due to Berlin’s 750-year existance, they celebrate their twentieth birthday today. Thus, they will be having open doors from now til 12pm and there is no entrance fee. Program-wise there’s promised to be a lot going on, including exhibitions (naturally!), […]

Thursday, October 25th, 2007

Green and Red and Blue

Whatever Berlin-blog you stroll around these days, you can’t avoid being stuffed with information about the Festival of Lights. So what is it? It’s basically a set of huge lighting and illumination installations that stage Berlin’s most famous historical landmarks quite impressively during the nights. You can find a list of over 40 sights that […]

Tuesday, October 16th, 2007

Men in Diapers

Here we go. Finally an update. Constantin is quite busy these days, so I’m filling in a little. I’m looking forward to post more and more in the future to keep this blog up and alive. Eventually Constantin will have a little more time on his hands so that in the future both of us […]

Monday, January 22nd, 2007

A Perfect Morning In Berlin

A new year, a new contest. This time, we like you to capture in a photo or collage what you believe is the perfect Berlin morning. Katerfrühstück at a Café on Kastanienallee? Waking up in the arms of your lover, facing the tv-tower? Jogging down Tiergarten? We look forward to all your great ideas!
Deadline is […]

Monday, January 8th, 2007

Berlin’s Golden January

No snow in January? So what? Check out Gold, a young print mag and blog on authors, novels, poems and literature-related events around Berlin and Potsdam.
Or visit the Deutsches Historisches Museum (German Historical Museum) for the photographic documentation “Übergänge” (”Transitions”) of Angelika Kampfer and Ewald Hentze of a country in transformation, from shortly before the […]

Tuesday, November 28th, 2006

Landscape of Stories

Welcome to a city of urban expression: Berlin’s citizens are talkers & writers, on the subway, in a lit group, on walls – so somewhat unsurprisingly, someone has published a book about the latter: “City Language” by Christoph Mangler. Is it art? Or the useless hieroglyphs of a communicating society bursting with stories that no […]

Tuesday, October 31st, 2006

Between a rock and a hard place

A wall to separate people is always a difficult and unjust venture. The worst thing about its construction is probably, that it manifests a deep trench between two people, between religions and between political systems that seem to be insurmountable. Thus, a wall separates even further. Germany is reunified, but still, a scar seems to […]