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Category Archives: Kreuzberg


Congratulations: tomorrow sees the launch, after two years of preparation, of Verdeq, a new label for bags made from high-tech convertible fabric. Smart idea, smart apparel: Verdeq was co-founded by our very own long-time editor Florian Rehn, with the identity and art direction, needless to say, designed by
Launch of Verdeq
Preview: Friday, 09. September 2016, [...]


mono.kultur’s neighbours on the shelves of trusted bookdealers worldwide can be a little predictable sometimes – not that we don’t appreciate our fellow magazine makers, but we’ve come to know each other rather well over the years. So we’re pleased to meet some unexpected titles on the shelves of Zabriskie, a rather wonderful little bookstore [...]


Reminiscent of Virginia Woolf’s Orlando, David Bowie is genderless and belongs to a time that is beyond our perception… A sad day, indeed. Rest in Stars!


Last summer, YO!Sissy Queer Music Festival of Berlin hosted luscious personas such as Cakes da Killa, Crystal Waters, Peaches and more. Nowadays, organizers are running a Kickstarter campaign to bring bootyliciousness on stage again in 2016. Wouldn’t it be nice to sweat with Le1f or Dai Burger at SO36? Six more days to support…


On short notice, our friends at the new and excellent photography magazine If You Leave have organised an informal talk on independent publishing, as part of their current showcase at betahaus in Berlin. We’ll be part of the panel discussion among a handful of fine speakers, so if in the area, make sure to drop [...]

After sunset in the park, Framed by FUKT

Opening later today, is FRAMED BY FUKT, an exhibition curated by Bjørn Hegardt, founder, publisher and editor of FUKT Magazine for Contemporary Drawing. Established in Norway in 1999 and operating from Berlin since 2001, FUKT is a hand-held platform for contemporary drawing with an international focus – a gallery in the format of a magazine. FUKT [...]

The truth about everything

The Truth About Everything is the new group show opening tomorrow afternoon at Erratum Galerie, comprising works by artists Kandis Williams, GeoVanna Gonzalez, Mükerrem Tuncay and Mosa.
Erratum is a small and independent gallery in the basement of the backyard of a building complex in Kreuzberg, which opened its doors in 2013. The space is run [...]


Opening tonight:
Reflections on Theory and Practice of Independent Publishing
Exhibition, Workshop, Events
January 8–18, 2015
neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst (nGbK), Berlin, Oranienstraße 25, 10999 Berlin
adocs, Hamburg; Architektur in Gebrauch, Berlin; Archive Books, Berlin; Michael J. Baers, Berlin; Books People Places, Berlin; Botopress, Berlin; Edition Bernward Reul, Berlin; Ernst und Mund, Leipzig; Errant Bodies, Berlin/Los Angeles; [...]


“A man hangs upside down from a crane at Kottbusser Tor, circling the newly constructed apartment buildings to a bombastic song by the avant-garde group The Residents: “Okay? Okay? Okay! Okay!” The final scene in OKAY OKAY – Der moderne Tanz (1980) provides the title to a film where most dancing is performed by pulsating lampposts, [...]


On one of the most famous streets of Berlin, Oranienstrasse, in the heart of Kreuzberg, a performance in a glass-walled container has been taking place. In collaboration with Hebbel am Ufer, artist Dries Verhoeven is performing his piece Wanna Play? by living in the container. In this period of fifteen days the artist is communicating [...]