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    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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    Sasha Kharchenko, Photographer, Neukölln

    Introducing Sasha. Sasha arrived in Berlin approximately three years ago, up until which she had lived her entire her life in the Ukrainian city of Odessa. “One day I was sitting on the couch…

    March 2, 2016
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    Genia Markova, Poet, Charlottenburg

    This is Genia (pronounced Zhenya). Genia was born in Ukraine and lived in Tel Aviv for a while until she moved to Germany for her studies in 2001. To Berlin she came six years…

    July 7, 2014