Our next Networking Brunch will take place on Saturday, December 14th at the Artconnect Berlin HQ. This month we will feature two tantalizing guests: FUKT Magazine and TRAFO POP. Come join us to talk about some seriously inspiring and innovative art!
© FUKT Magazine
The annual Berlin-based FUKT magazine for contemporary drawing was founded 1999 and focuses on drawing as an independent research and artistic practice.
It is an international magazine, inviting a selection of the most interesting artists and writers to present their views on contemporary drawing. Fukt is in constant transformation with all issues in different size and layout, made by the designer Ariane Spanier. The talk will be given by the Norwegian/Swedish artist Björn Hegardt, who is the founder and editor of the magazine.
© FUKT Magazine
Trafo Pop is a group of cyclists who are also professional artists. They build jackets using wearable technology, organize Night Rides and workshops.
It’s also a community you can join during their many events open to anyone into technology, creativity, spectral colors, chain grease, lightning and having fun!
Payment in advance: 8.5€
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An assortment of bread, meat, cheese, fruit, cake, coffee, tea & more will be provided
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© Superhigh/Boris Eldagsen
On the November 21 at Platoon Kunsthalle some special screening will take place – world premiere of Superhigh. Superhigh is a 40-minutes movie by the German artist duo – Boris Eldagsen and Sabine Taeubner. With elements of mockumentary and reality show, it’s exploring drug-free and classic drug highs. The film will be followed by a year-long dialogue at http://superhigh.arte.tv/, commencing on the World Television Day, November 21st, 2013.
The Lost, photo courtesy of Art Studio Reynolds
On Friday, November 15, 2013, the cast & crew premiere of the new movie The Lost by Reynold Reynolds will be held at the Babylon at midnight. Admission is free. There will be live musical accompaniment by Gerard Bouwhuis (piano) and Heleen Hulst (violin) from Nieuw Amsterdams Peil part of the series Videoart at Midnight.
The Lost is based on material filmed in Berlin in the thirties. Turbulent times during the rise of the Nazi regime put a halt to the production of the film. Reynolds discovered and remade the film between 2011-2013. This is your chance to see an amazing film and piece of video art.
Pieces of Berlin is planning to publish a new illustrated book in December 2013. It will be a summary of the first 5 years of Pieces of Berlin covered over 200 pages.
Of course, these sorts of things require financing and they are still 736€ short so over the next few weeks they are offering some special deals in order to reach their goals.
You can help them out and get some amazing art to add to your collection, see what they have to offer: Read more…
For one night each year Neukölln becomes one big gallery during Nacht und Nebel.
For the 12th time, this November, you’ll have the opportunity to see artists at work in their ateliers. If this is not enough there are many more attractions waiting for you.
Destination Berlin promoted by Digital Tailoring
Destination Berlin, is a hip, artistic and multimedia event, created to tell the stories of a selected number of talented foreign artists living and working in Berlin. The second edition of Destination Berlin is promoted by the Brazilian agency Digital Tailoring, and will take place on Monday, November 4th, 2013 at Betahaus for free. This year’s headliner guest will be Alex Flemming, best known for art with pictures of faces that makes Sumaré station the most beautiful of all of São Paulo subway.
Deskmag Crowdfunding Campaign
Three years ago Deskmag was founded in Berlin and since then has served as the primary publication of the co-working movement. The online webzine is focused on sharing knowledge and stories about co-working across the globe. During this time, Deskmag has reached almost a million visitors who have followed the evolution of this innovative creative and independent work style.
Co-working is important for all us here in Berlin, this is your chance to help!
What was once a neglected area of the city has now been developed into a hot spot for art and fashion: Berlin’s Gleisdreieck. It is here – far from the bustle of Mitte in the east, and the über-chic of Ku’Damm in the west – that the hairdressers André Staack and Henry Lemke, both certified masters of their trade, have opened their new salon: BRUNETTE.
Before you are gone © Lisa Wassman
I love architectural recycling, it’s so nice to see beautiful but unused spaces flourishing again. It is in one such space in Berlin that some special event will take place.
From October 18th to the 20th a former department store will turn into an exhibition space. Only opening for the 3rd time to the public, Kaufhaus Jandorf will be taken over by Twist in My Sobriety, an exhibition which will showcase the works of 9 artists.
© K Büro
Need your own space to work? We may have found the single most gorgeous co-working space available in Berlin!
K-Büro is a co-working space with a focus on art and design but but at the end of the day they’re just creative people who want to produce their best work in a comfortable, inspirational place with great networking opportunities.