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Is it worth moving to Berlin?


Is it worth moving to Berlin?

I love Berlin but should I move? What are the best and most accessible galleries? Where should I live? etc etc etc. Advice please

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Comment by valentina on February 25, 2009 at 14:31
I'd like to expose in Berlin too...starting possibly with a group exhibition dedicated to abstract informal art, it's what I do ..
Comment by simon mack on February 11, 2009 at 0:49
hi from Liverpool. does anyone have any recent (as in the last 6 months) experience of exhibitng or seeking Berlin Galleries and artspaces ? cheers.
Comment by m o m e n t e on February 10, 2009 at 16:06
Hi Petra,
Thanks for the info. Later in the year I'm planning to travel to Berlin and this info may be useful.
Comment by Petra Prahl on January 7, 2009 at 13:55
Hello Everybody!
For all those looking for appartements or studios in Berlin to rent check out: www.oursecondhome.de
There are 12 shop premises available and the landlord would like artists, designers, galleries and all kinds of creative people to move in there and offers reasonable rates. The rates for the shop premises that are stated online are not valid.
Comment by Jarik Jongman on December 10, 2008 at 1:34
Hello! does anyone have an opinion on Tacheles? They offered me a studiospace but there seems to be some controversy about the place...

Thanks, jarik
Comment by Anastasia Loginova on November 30, 2008 at 9:14
This sounds like an incredible opportunity, thanks for this information Raszyk. I would really like to move to Berlin in the spring on 2009 and was looking for a work/live space. I had found another residency programme but there they were asking the artists to pay 500euros per month which sounded extremely expensive for Berlin..
I am a photographer. And although I do most of my work digitally I would really like to get back into film. Would you guys at culturia be able to offer any advice on were to find dark rooms for developing photos?
Thanks x
Comment by Miho Iwahashi on November 30, 2008 at 0:19
I got the message about culturia.
I am really interested in the project! but the age... 18-30 year-old.
I am 35... no career (just did few exhibitions, cos Japanese art world is still close.), i really would like to try this kinda thing.(now im trying looking for!)

do you know this kinda residency, even 35years old?
Comment by Richard Meaghan on November 29, 2008 at 16:21
Raszyk its no problem, I was more concerned with actually getting to the end of your interesting blog only to find I was too old ha ha you should of started with it so I didnt have to waste 5 minutes of my life!!!
I will be moving to Berlin in 2010, I already have a studio share to start me off and a place to live from one of my collectors but it may still be interesting to try and get to berlin for a couple of months through projects like yourself before I move for good?
Good luck with it all
Comment by Raszyk on November 29, 2008 at 15:50
Mike, Rochard: there is no ageism in the artworld.
Just organisations with different profiles.
Check this one for exampel, they have quite good offer: http://www.glogauer.net/index.htm
For more info about artworld and art opportunities in Berlin go to:

If you need any further information about the subject I will be glad to answer it or to find some contacts who can be a further help for you.

Comment by daniel balanescu on November 29, 2008 at 13:16
Sorry,but I have more than 35 years old.
Wish you all the best!

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