Karsten Wegener: Sausage Fest

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Overly doctored photography is not really my thing. However Karsten Wegener’s project that I freely chose to call Sausage Fest (and he prefers to name Sausage in Art) is quite amusing. He finds inspiration in smoked and cured deli meats to recreate classic works of art The series is created in collaboration with designer Silke Baltruschat, and food stylist Raik Holst. Check

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Power Putin: From Russia With Love

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Behind every great man there is another great man. And you thought that he doesn’t have a soft side, a gentle touch and a certain tenderness to him? Horse whisperer, Brokeback mountain climber and a sweaty wrestler – all faces of Vladimir we haven’t seen before and would love to get to know more intimately. Maybe that explains a lot

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Rica

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  Rica is not your typical Berlin expat. It goes without saying he chose Berlin because of its free spirit and limitless possibilities. Besides taking in all the delights the city has to offer, he makes sure the young talent doesn’t get lost and unnoticed – Rica Amaral is one of the creative partners at Artconnect Berlin – a creative hub

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Reece Terris

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Reece is a witty nerd with amazing sense of humor. If you don’t believe me, take a look at his work. Reece Terris is a Vancouver based artist whose work alters the expected experiential qualities of a place or object through an amplification or shift in the primary function of an original design. Past projects include a six-storey apartment building temporarily

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COSMARXPOLITAN

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If more than 12 hours of your daily life take place online, then you definitely have heard about this, so you can carry on. For the rest of you people with better things to do than browsing genitalia on Tumblr, here comes COSMARXPOLITAN – Fun Fearless Freedom From The Oppression of Capitalism – the perfect magazine for all communist chicks

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The New Berlin Papers: Moritz Hoffmann

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Back in June, when the weather was almost as shitty as it is now, and the hope for warmer days and sun sounded more real than deluded, I felt thankful for a mixup in the Berlin art scene. The twist came from two painters, who happened to be friends and wanted to take on Berlin with their art without sounding

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Spencer Chalk-Levy

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I met Spencer this summer. He invited me over to his apartment, showed me his paintings and talked about cats and boys. I can’t remember meeting anyone so open-hearted and sincere recently. Especially someone from the art scene, an artist. I hope Spencer remains that way even when he becomes the super selling mega art star he deserves to be.

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Non-Trajectory Gliding In A Flying Snake

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A look at “My safe reduction to form”, with local art fag,  Marcus Knupp Currently on view at the Berlin based gallery Exile is the exhibition “My safe reduction to form”, a group show of 11 artists that gladly takes you on walk with no predetermined destination. I came by the gallery the day before the opening. I was in the

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SUPERM: BEAUTY and HELL

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“I think I’m in hell, and therefore I am” (Arthur Rimbaud)   Slava Mogutin and Brian Kenny (aka SUPERM) are beyond doubt one of of the most inspirational and influential power couples in the art world. That’s why it’s no wonder they get so much (deserved) air time on Grateful Grapefruit. For their latest project, BEAUTY and HELL, a two part

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