Tag Archives: Art

An invitation to get surprised

31 May

Everybody knows:
Germans can’t dance! Germany and Dance seem to have about as much in common as Italy and orderly traffic or Great Britain and excellent cuisine. But just in case you belong to the daring dancers, ready to lay aside obsolete stereotypes, here is one good advice: put on your dancing shoes, step out into Berlin’s flourishing dancing scene and let yourself be surprised! Continue reading


Tacheles: history continues!

29 May

If you like unusual art, then Tacheles is right for you. The house looks pretty run down, but there are the internal values. The art is extraordinary and interesting. And the artists are like their art. It is a pity that some do not appreciate the work of other.

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Art means immortality, but for what price?

22 May

Berlin is a great playground for artists of any kind. Be it filmmakers presenting their new movie (I wrote about last week), or artists who exhibit pictures. Many artists are trying their breakthrough, what Gerhard Richter has already succeeded.

 With his 80 years Gerhard Richter is one of the most famous German artists. At the exhibition at the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin thousands of visitors could be convinced of his masterpiece. If you look at his work you wonder- how does he do it? And at this moment you can perhaps understand why his pictures are bought for over $ 16 million. Nevertheless the question arises should so much money be invested in a painting?

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