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    Ani Menua, Philosopher & Writer, Prenzlauer Berg

    June 27, 2018

    Ani Menua is a writer and philosopher who finally found her way to Berlin after a journey that began in Yerevan, took her to Moscow and then Wiesbaden before she finally landed in the German capital. Ani writes our monthly Berlinograd 1920s column and she has just published her first book. So we think it is high time that we introduce her to you! Where were you born? I was born in the beautiful, magical, bohemian and ancient city of…

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    Book Review: On “Moskva” by Sandra Ratkovic

    With her documentary photographs in the illustrated book “Moskva” Sandra Ratkovic directs her gaze to the ordinary everyday life of the people in Moscow and captures with her camera strange, absurd and bizarre moments…

    March 6, 2018
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    Book Review: On “Provintsiya”

    The photographer Heinrich Völkel and the poet Hendrick Jackson embark on a literary journey through the vastly unknown Russian province. This journey is premised on the thesis that essentially all places outside of Moscow…

    February 13, 2018