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Russian artist


    Masha Isserlis, Curator, Prenzlauer Berg

    March 26, 2019

    Masha Isserlis is a Ukrainian woman who came to Germany in 2004. As an art historian and curator, she is a part of the curatorial team of the non-profit art space “Aperto Raum” in Berlin-Mitte. We talked with this compelling Ukrainian and she told us about her exhilarating time in the 2000s in Kiev, her career in the art world, and why she loves Berlin’s most famous clichés. Where are you from? I am from Kiev, Ukraine. What is the…

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  • Luba Kemenova, Owner of ostPost, Mitte

    Luba Kemenova, Owner of ostPost, Mitte

    Luba Kemenova is the founder and owner of ostPost in Berlin-Mitte. ostPost is a café, bookstore, and event space with “an Eastern European touch,” as Luba calls it. The Russian-born entrepreneur followed her dream…

    February 28, 2019
  • Vladislav Overchuk, Booking Agent, Schöneberg

    Vladislav Overchuk, Booking Agent, Schöneberg

    A born Leningrader, Vladislav Overchuk grew up in the typical outskirts of Saint-Petersburg, which he defines as ‘a pretty asocial neighbourhood’. Easily got accepted to the Saint-Petersburg State University for German studies and on…

    December 4, 2018
  • Books

    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