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Art

  • abc art berlin contemporary – Founded five years ago as an innovative presentational and organization model, this year abc will continue with over 130 individual presentations of outstanding international artists. With this specific format, abc responds to the complex linkages between local realities and the global market, which are determined significantly more by the production of art than by the dominance of the market. abc is a private initiative by nine galleries in Berlin: Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Mehdi Chouakri, Galerie Kamm, Klosterfelde, Meyer Riegger, Galerie Neu, Neugerriemschneider, Esther Schipper and Zak Branicka.
  • Artconnect Berlin – Artconnect Berlin is a multifaceted networking platform for the creative community of Berlin, a free tool for Berliners that provides an easy way to connect with others by allowing users to upload an online portfolio, tag themselves by their skills and interests, and be discovered by others. In addition, users have the ability to browse and post opportunities, events, and spaces within Berlin.
  • Asian Hot Shots Berlin – Asian Hot Shots 2012: Berlin’s Moviemento “Berlin’s most exciting Asian film festival”
  • Ballhaus Naunynstrasse – Kommunales Theater in Berlin-Kreuzberg (In German)
  • berlin-artparasites – Today’s guide through Berlin’s art jungle. Find the best openings, exhibition reviews and a gallery list with a unique map at www.berlin-artparasites.com.
  • Berlin Art Week – Berlin Art Week will be the new fall Art Highlight in 2012. Planned for the second week in September, from 11–16 September 2012, the event will provide a week that for many years was shaped by Art Forum with a new face, featuring privately organized fairs such as abc – art berlin contemporary, Preview Berlin Art Fair, Berlin’s major institutions of contemporary art (Nationalgalerie, Verein der Freunde der Nationalgalerie, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlinische Galerie, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein [n.b.k.], Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst [NGBK] e.V., c/o Berlin, Haus der Kulturen der Welt,and Akademie der Künste), and shows at hundreds of galleries, all with the support of the Senate Chancellery for Economics and the Senate Chancellery for Cultural Affairs.
  • Berlin Beat – Berlin Beat is an online music magazine, composed entirely in English, dedicated to bringing its readers an up-close and personal look at the scene in Germany’s capital city, through in-depth features and coverage of local and visiting artists.
  • Berlin Biennale – The Berlin Biennale is the forum for contemporary art in one of the most attractive cities for art. Taking place every other year at changing locations throughout Berlin it is shaped by the different concepts of well-known curators appointed to enter into a dialogue with the city, its general public, the people interested in art as well as the artists of this world.
  • Berlin Glas, e.V. – Founded in August 2009, Berlin Glas, e.V. is a non-profit association that aims to give international professional artists and students the opportunity to work with hot glass in Berlin.
  • Berliner Festspiele – The Berliner Festspiele has shaped for over five decades, the cultural life of Berlin. With our international festivals and events of – MaerzMusik, Theatertreffen musikfest berlin, international literature festival berlin, spielzeit’europa and Berlin Jazz Festival – we present current aesthetic trends in music, theater, dance and literature.
  • Berlinische Galerie – The Berlin Gallery is one of the newest museums in the capital and collects art created in Berlin from 1870 until today. Outstanding collection spaces Berlin Dada, New Objectivity and Eastern European avant-garde. The art of divided Berlin and the reunited city are further highlights. (In German)
  • Berlinstagram – Berlinstagram is a private iPhoneography project starring Berlin. All images were taken and edited on an iPhone and published via Instagram.
  • Berlin International Film Festival – The Berlin International Film Festival, also called the Berlinale, is one of the world’s leading film festivals.
  • BerMuDa – Berlin Music Days – Berlin Music Days Fan Page. News, Info, Videos, Links, Pictures and more…enjoy!
  • C/O Berlin – International Forum for Visual Dialogues.
  • Deutsche Guggenheim – Deutsche Guggenheim – the unique partnership between Deutsche Bank & The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation in Berlin.
  • Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum für Film und Fernsehen – Over a million photos, 16,000 posters, approximately 20,000 costume and architectural sketches and copies of more than 13,000 films in the archives of the German Cinematheque Foundation are kept. Part of it is issued in autumn 2000 in the movie house at Potsdamer Platz. The futuristic set designs for Fritz Lang’s Metropolis (1927), Marlene Dietrich’s musical saw or costumes from Fatih Akin’s HEAD-ON tell (2004) of the fascination of German film history. Opened in 2006, in addition to the permanent exhibition film a counterpart to the German television history – a unique combination of both European media under one roof. (In German)
  • Deutsche Oper Berlin – In German
  • Digital in Berlin – Digital in Berlin presents as agency quality forms of serious music and films. We develop, curate and present unique event concepts and concerts around the world.
  • English Theatre Berlin – presents in-house productions and guest performances in English.
  • Georg-Kolbe-Museum, Berlin – The Georg-Kolbe-Museum was opened in 1950. The sculptor Georg Kolbe (1877-1947) had in his will that make his 1928/29 built studio building was to be made as a gathering place of his work publicly.
  • Haus der Kulturen der Welt – particular focus on non-European cultures and societies. This cultural hotspot, located in the heart of Berlin, displays projects that aim to challenge and break through artistic boundaries. Visual and performing arts, music, literature, film, academic discussions and digital media are brought together in an interdisciplinary program otherwise unique in Europe.
  • Kleine Humboldt Galerie – Kleine Humboldt Galerie is a student-run initiative for organising and curating exhibitions at Humboldt University, Berlin.
  • Komische Oper Berlin – The Comic Opera Berlin stands for modern and vibrant musical theater. Since its founding the Berlin Comic Opera is the house where the two parts of the word music theater are written equal. In 2007 was elected to the Berlin Comic Opera “Opera of the Year” and the choir soloists of the house were given the title “Opera Choir of the Year.”
  • Kreuzberg Museum – The Kreuzberg Museum is the central location for exhibitions and events of the Regional Museum of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg. It sees itself as a memory of the district and maintains an extensive archive to the district’s two parts with advice for anyone interested. There are changing exhibitions of regional and district history, usually at current issues, particularly on immigration, industrial, commercial and urban development, a permanent exhibition of departments of urban development and migration history on two floors, a historical typesetting and printing, the former printing Otto Schneider, a reference library on the history of Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg, museum education program for children, adolescents and adults as well as thematic guided tours. (In German)
  • Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien – The art space Kreuzberg / Bethanien shows thematic exhibitions of contemporary social and cultural processes in dealing with the contemporary arts. Central aspects are the contextualization of the projects and the consideration of diversity, internationalism and local references. (In German)
  • KW Institute for Contemporary Art – KW Institute for Contemporary Art is one of the most significant centers for the production and presentation of contemporary art in Berlin.
  • Martin-Gropius-Bau Berlin – Contemporary Art
  • Museum für Fotografie – The Museum of Photography is shared between the Art Library’s Photographic Collection and the Helmut Newton Foundation.
  • Museum für Kommunikation Berlin – The Museum for Communication Berlin brings past and future under one roof: The permanent collection makes the origins, development and future prospects of the Information Society and experience understandable. Attractive temporary exhibitions focus their gaze on the different aspects of communication. (In German)
  • Neue Nationalgalerie – The Neue Nationalgalerie was designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. It was opened in 1968 and now contains the famous 20th century of the National Gallery.
  • Picture Berlin – PICTURE BERLIN is a hybrid residency / art academy dedicated to contributing to the dialogue on art and photography.
  • Preview Berlin Art Fair – The ninth edition of PREVIEW BERLIN ART FAIR will take place from September 19 to 22, 2013 in Berlin’s historic Tempelhof Airport.
  • Rat für die Künste Berlin – The Council for the Arts as an elected independent body representing the Berlin culture. (In German)
  • SAVVY Contemporary – SAVVY Contemporary – The laboratory of the form ideas is an art and project space which aims at critically reflecting on and fostering the discourse between “Western art” and “Non-Western art”, as well as bringing this subject matter to public consciousness. With art exhibitions and other performance channels like dance and music, it is intended to ignite an interest as well as effectuate inclusion and interaction with the recipients. Furthermore, discussion forums and a library accessible to all support this aim and enable a dialogue of cultures at eye level.
  • Staatliche Museen zu Berlin – The National Museums in Berlin constitute an Universal Museum for the preservation, research and mediation of treasures of art and culture of the entire history of humanity.
  • Staatsballett Berlin – The Berlin State Ballet 2004 went out from the Berlin Opera Foundation, through its foundation, the ballet companies of Berlin’s three opera houses were transferred to an institution. Vladimir Malakhov is a director at the top of this classically trained Company, which currently has 88 dancers, the largest in Germany.
  • Staatsoper Unter den Linden – Opera, Ballet and more.
  • Städel Museum – The Städel Museum gives an overview of 700 years of European art history (painting, drawing, sculpture and photography).
  • STATTBAD Berlin – art exhibitions | festivals | concerts | parties | photoshoots| commercial and film shootings | charity and fundraising | PR events | lectures | private events
  • Street Art Berlin – documenting the Berlin street art scene in a non-commercial way!
  • WeltWissen. 300 Jahre Wissenschaften in Berlin – WORLD KNOWLEDGE revealed by numerous objects, individuals and institutions the rich diversity of past and current research in Berlin. Fascinating collection of pieces, large productions and many media were the big ideas and discoveries of science to life. Science was presented as an adventure, search, experiment and conflict, as part of worldwide cooperation, personal interests and political contexts.

Berlin Life

  • AndBerlin – A blog about life in Berlin. My visits to the city’s sights, attractions, bars and restaurants will hopefully be a helpful guide for anyone planning a trip or looking for things to do in the German capital.
  • Americans in Berlin – This page is just for fun, to share information, jobs, events, discussions on politics, culture or perhaps to meet some new people. Please feel free to post about the above or other relevant topics yourself. In German or English.
  • Back to Berlin and Beyond – American expat duo living in Berlin and spending every last dime on travel.
  • Baumhaus Berlin – A project to build a groovy tree house for use as a public space in Berlin…. and then everywhere else too with your help!
  • Bear Riker’s Berlin – An Insider’s Guide to Berlin.
  • Berlin blogs – Aggregator of Berlin Blogs, Berlin Tweeps and Instagram pictures of Berlin. Follow for updates on music, exhibitions, events, art and more.
  • Berlin Stories for NPR – BERLIN STORIES is a radio show about the city hosted by Anna Winger and Gisela Williams on NPR Worldwide.
  • Berlin-Tag & Nacht – Berlin Day & Night (In German)
  • EAT GIRL BERLIN – Lifestyle Foodie Blog from Berlin
  • Frühstück in Berlin – fruehstueck-in-berlin.de –
  • iHeartBerlin.de – We live in Berlin and we heart it so much that we have to share our love for it by running this blog. Here you find reviews and tips if you visit or live in Berlin and want to know how to find the good stuff. From restaurants to shops, from theaters to art galleries, from concerts to party, from places to people.
  • Notes of Berlin – posts notes of Berlin.
  • Prinzessinnenngarten – Social and ecological urban agriculture in Berlin-Kreuzberg. Along with over a thousand helpers, we have transformed a 6000 sqm brownfield into an urban garden.
  • Street Art Berlin – features Street Art of Berlin
  • Strollology Berlin – a blog about strolling through Berlin.

Business

  • Berlin by Night – Event Planning/Event Services
  • BNI Berlin – BNI Networking in Berlin (In German)
  • BVP Berlin Venture Partners – (In German)
  • Executive Coach Berlin – Executive Coach Berlin specializes in supporting executives through Personal and Professional Image Building, Speaker Training and Strategic Communications.
  • German American Business Association
  • Groupon Berlin – Hier findest du die besten Deals deiner Stadt (In German)
  • TEDxBerlin – TED is an annual event where some of the world’s leading thinkers and doers are invited to share what they are most passionate about. “TED” stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design — three broad subject areas that are collectively shaping our future.

Events

  • Asian Film Festival Berlin (AFFB) – The festival’s vision is to contribute to the diversification of the representation of Asian visual and sociopolitical culture in Europe.
  • Berlin Art Week – Berlin Art Week will be the new fall Art Highlight in 2012. Planned for the second week in September, from 11–16 September 2012, the event will provide a week that for many years was shaped by Art Forum with a new face, featuring privately organized fairs such as abc – art Berlin contemporary, Preview Berlin Art Fair, Berlin’s major institutions of contemporary art (Nationalgalerie, Verein der Freunde der Nationalgalerie, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlinische Galerie, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein [n.b.k.], Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst [NGBK] e.V., c/o Berlin, Haus der Kulturen der Welt,and Akademie der Künste), and shows at hundreds of galleries, all with the support of the Senate Chancellery for Economics and the Senate Chancellery for Cultural Affairs.
  • Berlin International Film Festival – The Berlin International Film Festival, also called the Berlinale, is one of the world’s leading film festivals.
  • BerMuDa – Berlin Music Days – Berlin Music Days Fan Page. News, Info, Videos, Links, Pictures and more…enjoy!
  • Christopher Street Day – Gay Pride
  • Gallery Weekend Berlin – GALLERY WEEKEND BERLIN APRIL 26-28, 2013.
  • Social Media Week Berlin – Germany’s largest FREE web conference Feb 18-22 & Sept 23-27, 2013.
  • TEDxBerlin – TED is an annual event where some of the world’s leading thinkers and doers are invited to share what they are most passionate about. “TED” stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design — three broad subject areas that are collectively shaping our future.

International

  • U.S. Embassy Berlin -The U.S. Mission to Germany comprises the Embassy in Berlin and five consulates.

Markets

Media

  • Berliner Morgenpost Online -News/Media Website (In German)
  • DIE WELT – The archive search of THE WORLD every reader can draw on almost 1 million items since 1995. (In German)
  • Exberliner Mag – Founded in 2002, EXBERLINER is Berlin’s one and only English-language city magazine for international residents and visitors.
  • SPIEGEL International – The English-language Web site of DER SPIEGEL, Europe’s leading newsmagazine. (In German)
  • tip Berlin – Germany’s largest city magazine and is an indispensable companion through the cultural life of the capital. (In German)

Museums

  • Berlinische Galerie – The Berlin Gallery is one of the newest museums in the capital and collects art created in Berlin from 1870 until today. Outstanding collection spaces Berlin Dada, New Objectivity and Eastern European avant-garde. The art of divided Berlin and the reunited city are further highlights. (In German)
  • Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum für Film und Fernsehen – Over a million photos, 16,000 posters, approximately 20,000 costume and architectural sketches and copies of more than 13,000 films in the archives of the German Cinematheque Foundation are kept. Part of it is issued in autumn 2000 in the movie house at Potsdamer Platz. The futuristic set designs for Fritz Lang’s Metropolis (1927), Marlene Dietrich’s musical saw or costumes from Fatih Akin’s HEAD-ON tell (2004) of the fascination of German film history. Opened in 2006, in addition to the permanent exhibition film a counterpart to the German television history – a unique combination of both European media under one roof. (In German)
  • Georg-Kolbe-Museum, Berlin – The Georg-Kolbe-Museum was opened in 1950. The sculptor Georg Kolbe (1877-1947) had in his will that make his 1928/29 built studio building was to be made as a gathering place of his work publicly.
  • Kreuzberg Museum – The Kreuzberg Museum is the central location for exhibitions and events of the Regional Museum of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg. It sees itself as a memory of the district and maintains an extensive archive to the district’s two parts with advice for anyone interested. There are changing exhibitions of regional and district history, usually at current issues, particularly on immigration, industrial, commercial and urban development, a permanent exhibition of departments of urban development and migration history on two floors, a historical typesetting and printing, the former printing Otto Schneider, a reference library on the history of Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg, museum education program for children, adolescents and adults as well as thematic guided tours. (In German)
  • Museum für Fotografie – The Museum of Photography is shared between the Art Library’s Photographic Collection and the Helmut Newton Foundation.
  • Museum für Kommunikation Berlin – The Museum for Communication Berlin brings past and future under one roof: The permanent collection makes the origins, development and future prospects of the Information Society and experiencable understandable. Attractive temporary exhibitions focus their gaze on the different aspects of communication. (In German)
  • Museum für Naturkunde Berlin – With over 30 million items, more than 7,000 square meters of exhibition space and a research department of the Museum of Natural History, Germany’s largest natural history museum. In addition to the world’s highest exhibited dinosaur skeleton and the Berlin specimen of the ancient bird Archaeopteryx and the special exhibitions, visitors edge transition include the alcohol research collection of the highlights.
  • Neue Nationalgalerie – The Neue Nationalgalerie was designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. It was opened in 1968 and now contains the famous 20th century of the National Gallery.
  • Schwules Museum – The Gay Museum is dedicated to the diversity of gay, lesbian, bisexual and trans-identified styles of life in history, culture and art. The museum collects, stores and presents documents and witness accounts from the many decades of queer life. Alongside the continuing historical exhibition “Self-confidence and Persistence: 200 Years of History”, the museum regularly holds various exhibitions.
  • Staatliche Museen zu Berlin – The National Museums in Berlin constitute an Universal Museum for the preservation, research and mediation of treasures of art and culture of the entire history of humanity.
  • Städel Museum – The Städel Museum gives an overview of 700 years of European art history (painting, drawing, sculpture and photography).

Music

  • Berlin Beat – Berlin Beat is an online music magazine, composed entirely in English, dedicated to bringing its readers an up-close and personal look at the scene in Germany’s capital city, through in-depth features and coverage of local and visiting artists.
  • Berliner Philharmoniker – The Berliner Philharmoniker, founded in 1882 as a self-governing body, has long been esteemed as one of the world’s greatest orchestras. In 2007, it celebrated the 125th anniversary of its founding with a multitude of activities.
  • BerMuDa – Berlin Music Days – Berlin Music Days Fan Page. News, Info, Videos, Links, Pictures and more…enjoy!
  • Deutsche Oper Berlin – In German
  • Deutsches Theater Berlin – Performances with English subtitles.
  • Komische Oper Berlin – The Comic Opera Berlin stands for modern and vibrant musical theater. Since its founding the Berlin Comic Opera is the house where the two parts of the word music theater are written equal. In 2007 was elected to the Berlin Comic Opera “Opera of the Year” and the choir soloists of the house were given the title “Opera Choir of the Year.”

Non-Profit

  • BERLINER FREUNDE – The Berlin friends committed to Berlin and the children of this city. They want to work together to contribute to open these opportunities and develop their potentials.
  • Kunsthaus Tacheles Berlin – Beyond market booms is at Tacheles in public and self-managed spaces and open spaces, the study of contemporary art and global processes in politics and business searched.
  • Streetunivercity Berlin – is a non-governmental educational association (private cooperating with public) focusing on a social, physical, cultural and art education programme for socially disadvantaged youth and young adults.

Parks

Sports

  • 1.FC Union Berlin – Die offizielle Facebookseite des Fußballvereins aus Berlin-Köpenick. “Nicht ohne Liebe – Eisern Union!” The official Facebook page of the football club from Berlin-Köpenick. “Not without love – iron union!”
  • ALBA BERLIN – Basketball
  • BERLIN-MARATHON – BMW BERLIN-MARATHON
  • Berlin Recycling Volleys – The BERLIN RECYCLING Volleys are one of the most successful and prestigious German volleyball clubs in Europe.
  • berlin-sport.de – “We are moving in Berlin” is aimed at sports enthusiasts Berliners! The information platform for the Berlin leisure and recreational sports!
  • Berliner Hockey Club – Hockey Club of Berlin is a German hockey, tennis, and (since 2007) Lacrosseclub from Berlin-Zehlendorf. The club is one of the most successful hockey clubs in Germany.
  • Eisbären Berlin – Berlin Hockey Team – Offizielle Facebookseite der Eisbären Berlin.
  • Füchse Berlin – Berlin Foxes National League Handball.
  • HERTHA BSC – Die offizielle Facebookseite von HERTHA BSC. (Berlin soccer in German).
  • SCC Berlin – The SC Charlottenburg (officially: Sport-Club Charlottenburg eV) is a Berlin sports club from the district of Westend district of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf. On 15 Founded in September 1902 in the then-independent city of Charlottenburg club offers 25 different sports. Among the best known departments include the athletes, many of Berlin’s large running events (including the Berlin Marathon) have launched the volleyball team playing as Berlin Recycling Volleys in the Bundesliga as well as the football team, which in the season 1983/1984 a year in the second Bundesliga spielte.Die official Facebook page of the football club from Berlin-Köpenick. “Not without love – iron union!”
  • O2 World Berlin – Sports Venue/Stadium · Concert Venue · Event Venue

Tourism

  • alternative Berlin – Unique tours of Berlins underground,alternative,street art & graffiti scenes.
  • AndBerlin – A blog about life in Berlin. My visits to the city’s sights, attractions, bars and restaurants will hopefully be a helpful guide for anyone planning a trip or looking for things to do in the German capital.
  • Bear Riker’s Berlin – An Insider’s Guide to Berlin.
  • berlin-artparasites – Today’s guide through Berlin’s art jungle. Find the best openings, exhibition reviews and a gallery list with a unique map at www.berlin-artparasites.com.
  • Berlin Art Tours – YOUR PRIVATE ART TOUR GUIDE!
  • Berlin.de – Useful information for all Berlin, Berliners and tourists of the city of Berlin. Official information on the State of Berlin, the state government and its subordinate districts and authorities.
  • Berlin-Neukölln – Neukölln is the eponymous district of Neukölln, Berlin. The district of Neukölln is the northernmost and most densely built-up part of the district of Neukölln. By 1920 the district Neukölln was an independent city until 1912 the town was named Rixdorf (near Berlin). (In German)
  • Berlin Friedrichshain
  • Berlin Mitte
  • Berlin Prenzlauer Berg
  • Berlin-Schöneberg
  • Berlin – the place to be – Our city is full of life – it’s creative, energetic and cutting-edge. This city attracts people from all over the world. In an environment of unparalleled diversity, it captures the attitudes and lifestyles of people from over 180 nations and really makes the city by the Spree “the place to be.”
  • Berlintourist – German blog about Berlin.
  • Deutsche Bahn Konzern – The German Railways is one of the world’s leading passenger and logistics companies and operates in over 130 countries. Around 295,000 people, including more than 190,000 in Germany are, every day committed to providing mobility and logistics for the customers and the associated transport networks are headed for the rail, road, sea or in the air, and operate efficiently.
  • Finding Berlin – Finding Berlin is an intimate walk through our favorite city. We love traveling, tourism and everything in the realm of these topics – and since we are very visually inclined to output our thoughts and the magical moments of our lives, we just tend to share our daily routine- mostly with you.
  • Fat Tire Bike Tours- Berlin – For the fun-loving English speaking visitor, there is no better way to see the sights and learn the history of Paris, Berlin, Barcelona, and London than by riding with Fat Tire Bike Tours.
  • from Berlin to – We work as freelance travel journalists and publish our travel adventures on many platforms: online, print and on air. Karolin is the writer, Luise the photographer – together they are ‘fromberlinto’. This site collects it all and helps travelers like us to stay updated!
  • Greatest Berlin – Berlin nightlife and club scene
  • Kreuzberg Berlin
  • Niche Art and Architecture Tours Berlin – Niche art and architecture tours open up new Berlin perspectives. They offer inside knowledge for people wanting to experience the untouristy part of the city.
  • Slow Travel Berlin – In the same way that the Slow Food revolution has created a compelling antithesis to the burgeoning Fast Food business, Slow Travel encourages people to resist “Fast” Travel – the frustratingly frequent habit of speeding through all the best known landmarks of a city in 24 or 48 hours – then leaving again.
  • Vive Berlin English ToursGuided tours of Berlin in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.

 

 

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