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Devil's Kitchen and Bar
Museum of Things
Dog tank top
DIY 3 € smartphone projector
Let Them Eat Cake & Oh Mini I Am
Shakespeare & Sons Friedrichshain
Treptower Soviet War Memorial
Krumme Lanke & Schlachtensee
Just south of Südkreuz's mini-city of mega-stores is an old malt beer factory complex with big silver ventilation pipes coming out of its red brick walls...
Every time word spreads about the latest Mindpirates endeavour it's so vastly different to their last project that it makes it difficult to describe just...
Museum of Things
With a slightly ambiguous name, one may not be completely sure of what to expect from the Museum of Things; unless maybe you have an understanding of the Wer...
Acud Macht Neu
Walking past American Apparel, H&M and a slew of frozen yoghurt stores, you've really got to remind yourself that Mitte was once the center of a crea...
Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin
Usually when someone tells me to go to their favourite natural history museum, I assume they've let their 'quirky' penchant for exhibitions of ta...
Up until a few years ago, the art world's way of dealing with the internet was to label everything vaguely concerned with new technologies as 'net-ar...
KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Capital C 'Contemporary Art' has no shortage of backers in Berlin, with impressive collections of art that fall within the movement housed inside eve...
Wolfgang Tillmans is one of the defining photographers of his generation, having spawned his career through fashion and editorial work for the taste-makers o...
When Neues Off opened in 1926, Neukölln was a glamorous place. Movie stars roamed Karl-Marx-Straße and ballrooms were being converted into cinemas to handle ...
Even though Kunstquartier Bethanien hasn't been active as a hospital since 1970, it still kind of functions like one. Now you know where to come when chr...
Der Kultur Club
Craig Schuftan is the Bear Grylls of the culture game. If his plane crashed in the jungle and all he had was the Riot Grrrl Manifesto, Antonin Artaud's T...
Like giant steel gift-boxes, repurposed shipping containers nearly always contain good things – pop-up food stalls, 'trendy' architects, boxes of ban...
Sequels are a tricky business – sometimes you'll get a hit, and sometimes you’ll get Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd. After 13 years riding its r...
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