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    Inside the artist’s studio – Ani Menua in conversation with Marc Chagall

    October 16, 2017
    An interview with Marc Chagall with Ani Menua; Illustration by Ekaterina Koroleva exclusive for

    The author Ani Menua, the illustrator Ekaterina Koroleva and the Russian-Jewish painter Marc Chagall met for a (fictitious) conversation at Galerie Van Diemen in Berlin, where Marc Chagall and other Russian contemporary artists held a first exhibition. With his genius he transported art into a new era. The intense colors he uses reflect his emotional access to a world full of hate, death and ignorance. Chagall makes the principal of love the center of his visions and creates a world,…

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  • Katerina Belkina

    Katerina Belkina, Artist, Weissensee

    Introducing Katerina Belkina. The Berlin-based Russian grew up in Samara. With a population of about one million people, Samara is still considered somewhat provincial by Russian standards. By the time Katerina had reached her…

    February 9, 2017
  • Anna Grau

    Anna Grau (34), Painter, Prenzlauer Berg

    This is Anna. Anna is a Berlin-based painter who studied art at the Art Academy Berlin-Weissensee. All her works are oil on canvas in which she concentrates on female archetypes. “Women are more interesting…

    January 14, 2015
  • Katya Fialkova

    Katya Fialkova (36), Artist, Kreuzberg

    This is Katya. Katya is a Russian-American artist, who came to live in Berlin about two years ago. Before that she lived in various places: Mexico, Israel and Bahamas – just to name a…

    December 2, 2014