Posts tagged with "art"

04. June 2020
Strolling along the Potsdamer Straße you won't just find many flagship stores of modern brands but also a lot of art galleries. It’s easy to forget the time when discovering the art scene of the district that invites everyone. No matter if you’re more into contemporary or traditional art. Here you’ll definitely find what you’re looking for. So, these are my top 5 art galleries in Berlin for you.
25. April 2020
Discover some of the best art galleries and spots in Berlin whilst walking through Charlottenburg. This blog post is written in conjunction with the launch of my ArtBerlin map which highlights some of my favourite art locations in the city, all within walking distance from one another. In my new map I have collected nine top art spots to soak in whilst you walk through the city. In this week's blog post I've taken a few of these and some other of my favourite art spots and detailed them to give...
15. April 2020
Top 5 art galleries in Kreuzberg
While scouting for my new ArtBerlin Map, I discovered so many galleries in Berlin: When we think about Berlin-Kreuzberg we mostly think about the multicultural scene that makes this area of Berlin so special. Many students and creatives are drawn to this very diverse part of Berlin to experience all the contrasts this Berlin 'Kiez' has to offer. Especially alternative artists often gather in this district to find inspiration for their work. This is also reflected when you dive into Kreuzberg's...
26. October 2019
While visiting the major, most popular attractions of Berlin, it can be fun, but also overwhelming and full of selfie-taking tourists. However, the great thing about Berlin is that plenty of hidden art places exist. To go beyond the tourist-filled sites and tour Berlin like a Berliner. You are seeing it for the very first time, check out my "Top 5 art places, where you don't expect it", Berlin's hidden art spots.
01. August 2017
Exhibition: Born in The Purple
Until the 27th of August I highly recommend to visit the "Born in The Purple" in the Kunstquartier Bethanien in Kreuzberg. The admission is free and they are open daily from 11-20h. "Born in The Purple" is an interdisciplinary exhibition project by Berlin–Istanbul– based artist Viron Erol Vert that revolves around global urgencies including cultural supremacy, identitarian abuse and basic human rights. Vert shows 12 newly produced artistic positions in the exhibition.