• Where to go, what to see in Berlin this month by ArtRabbit

    So many exhibitions so little time. To help you navigate the busy scene we’ve highlighted unmissable shows in Berlin this season. Browse the feed or click through to find out more about the exhibitions on display.
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    • Fete De La Hip-Hop 2017

    • Event by Panke

    • Fete De La Hip-Hop 2017 This year we are celebrating 5 years of our independent Hip-Hop music festival Fete De La Hip-Hop. The festival itself have nothing in common with Fete De La Musique ..na ok it's also about music :) Like every year we have 3 days of Hip-Hop action here in Panke e.V. We...
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    • Focus Female Korea: Never Ending Song

    • Focus Female Korean: NEVER ENDING SONG reflects on the erroneous view on femininity that still exists in the modern society by crossing the views of Soni Kum, who interprets social issues from multiple viewpoints as an artist with a multi-identity being a third generation Korean born in Japan and...
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    • Wear It Festival

    • Event by Wear It Berlin

    • WEAR IT FESTIVAL is showing the potentials of wearables with focus on the development of new products, creation of visionary prototypes and most forward thinking concepts. Find the right partner in crime to develop the next wearable product and become a visionary and game changer of tomorrow’s...
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    • Made in Mind Magazine / Issue 11

    • Opportunity by Made in Mind

    • Made in Mind is an independent publishing project dedicated to the promotion of young contemporary visual art. It's focus is to provide visibility to young art , particularly for lesser known visual artists to showcase their work to an international audience which includes artists,...
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    • September International Print Issue

    • Opportunity by Create! Magazine

    • Create! Magazine is a publication for artists, makers, and creative entrepreneurs. Our mission is to promote fresh, unique work of creatives from around the world. Each issue is filled with vibrant contemporary art, craft, design, and inspiring stories of the makers behind it. The magazine is...
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    • Staff Picks #Modern & Contemporary Art

    • Opportunity by Artconnect

    • Submit your artworks for our weekly Staff Picks. Six to twelve projects will be featured on our blog under a different theme every week. The blog post will be also featured on the network, newsletter and shared on our social media. THEME MODERN & CONTEMPORARY ART From the 15th to the 18th...
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  • Lina Lundberg’s Art of Jewellery

    Designer Lina Lundberg is working on her latest piece of jewelry in her Friedrichshain apartment. The sound of hammering fills the working space as she’s giving a small silver ring a “rougher” look. She started her own label, Lina Lundberg Jewellery, back in 2015 and has been building her collection ever since. “Making jewellery is my outflow where I can just have fun and play”, she explains.
  • Staff Picks #Tech Art

    Wear it Berlin Festival is at our doors and will exhibited the most innovative technologies in wearables. Step in to the future and check it out at the Kulturbrauerei from June 8 - 9, meanwhile you can get inspired by of our tech artists! Keep on scrolling ;)

    Masayoshi Matsumoto does balloon animals, but it’s not what you’ll expect to see at a kid’s birthday party.
  • Berlin Through The Lens: Berlinstagram

    Michael Schulz – better known by his digital moniker Berlinstagram – has been a “Berliner by choice,” as he puts it, for 14 years.
  • Interview with Lauren Bierly

    Lauren Bierly is a visual artist and arts professional living and working in New York City. Her artwork has been exhibited in New York City; Portland, OR; San Francisco, CA; and Kolkata, India.

    Irene Tondelli is a 30 years old travel-adventure and documentary photographer based in the North of Italy. She graduated in photography and got a master in art direction.

    Ordinary scenes and places, but imbued with a striking sense of malaise.
  • Interview: Danielle Brown

    We had the pleasure speaking with London based photographer, Danielle Brown, this past week. She's somebody that we've been following extensively for the past year or so now. Her work consists of subjects that she comes across from daily walks - passively absorbing the natural processes of phenomena that the mind habitually has an appetition for.
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    • Call for artists! Art workshops for refugee youth

    • Opportunity by Pass the Crayon

    • We are looking for artists to create workshops for refugee children in Berlin! The goal of our artistic workshops is to broaden the fields of interest of the children who are integrating into the German society. Each artist who volunteers at Pass the Crayon can share his/her skills with kids who...
  • Staff Picks #Illustrations

    The word "Illustration" origins from the latin verb "illustrate" and can mean spiritual or intellectual enlightenment. So just scroll down and awaken your spirit with our selection for you this week!

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