Archive for April, 2007

knock out

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Anyone know where this is from? Spotted it this morning in Sophienstraße. Was hidden by a construction site.

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Before & After #4


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Street Art in Berlin #7 – Windowzoo

my first bird is free now...

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backyards #1

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How do backyards in a metro differ from backyards in a small town? Less green? Cleaner, or more dirt? Go figure. It’s sometimes hard to tell, as Berlin’s backyards like to be their own microcosm.

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Easter Sunday

Yesterday pretty much sucked for me – so far for the Easter weekend.

Whenever I have some free time, shit goes down and my days just never turn out as planned. And as far as general plans for yesterday are concerned, though I managed to get up somewhat early, had breakfast and a walk and talk (about life, suckyness, work and so on) around Görlitzer Park I wasted the rest of the day with a whole lot of nothing.

Before & After #3

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you’ve got one week left

arkadienanarchie_03.jpg to visit the Arcadia and Anarchy exhibition at the Deutsche Guggenheim. The exhibition focusses on the works the italian Divisionists and Neo-Impressionists, painters of the late nineteenth century whose work is based on optics and color theory. The use of dots of color, divided from each other, creates works of strange luminescence and three dimensionality. The works, by artists such as Georges Seurat, Angelo Morbelli, and Camille Pissarro, range from dreamlike landscapes, the life of the rural farmers to the social problems of the day. The exhibition travels to New York later this month, so save the air fare and check it out here. and one more tip – entry to the exhibition is free on Mondays!

Deutsche Guggenheim
Unter den Linden 13/15
10117 Berlin
Phone +49 – (0)30 – 20 20 93-0

Piano Salon Christophori

Sometimes really good things are just around the corner.
In the Senefelderstrasse, just around the corner from where I live, there is a workshop in which pianos are restored. And, sometimes, the guy who runs the place, organizes concerts in his workshop.
I never really paid any attention to this until last Friday when my husband took me there, and then we went again last night. Ratko Delorko played in front of an audience of 30 – 40 people. It was amazing.
At the end of the concert you pay what you think is appropriate.
Check out the website for concert dates.

I leave you with a view over Berlin taken from one of the “hills” in the Volkspark Prenzlauer Berg.


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