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    Quote Originally Posted by jurassicsnark View Post
    Also, I don't know the right place to ask this (mods, feel free to move, sorry), but does anyone have any tips for Tel Aviv / Jerusalem? I'll be heading there after Berlin.
    Tel-Aviv - eat lots of vegetables! They are amazing. Vegans move to Israel just for food. There is an artsy neighborhood in Tel-Aviv, but I forget the name. Just ask at your hotel - Israelis are some of the warmest and open people I have ever met, and they are very happy to show you the best of their little country.
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    Thanks, Nickefuge. That sounds right up my alley (I'm a designer, and my partner is a scientist).
    Thanks, Faust. I am looking forward to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jurassicsnark View Post
    Thanks, Nickefuge. That sounds right up my alley (I'm a designer, and my partner is a scientist).
    Thanks, Faust. I am looking forward to it.
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    Went to Harvey's recently; good selection (despite the shop being impossible to navigate) and Siegfrieds friendly enough, but once he sensed that I wasn't buying he wrapped up and closed off real quick. Pretty unfortunate altitude, but then again I can't say German's customer service has been over the top anywhere I've been to.

    Edit: also asked him to email me if he received some specific article and he flat out refused cause he "doesn't do email"?!… happy to spend my money elsewhere

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    He is a character in many ways.. Just realized I haven't been there in nearly 10 years
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    Anything interesting of note lately to look at?
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    Try to use a phone camera in broad daylight or use a proper camera.
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    I've found it extremely pleasant and enthralling over repeated whiffs so I would highly recommend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TriggerDiscipline View Post
    Anything interesting of note lately to look at?
    https://www.julia-stoschek-collectio...tion-loss.html

    I heard Jon Rafman's Dream Journal at Sprüth Magers is quite good

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    What are your favorite cafés in Berlin? Need some recommendations.

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    Cuore di Vetro (in Mitte) for: ice-cream, coffe, cakes and pre-dinner drinks (aka "aperitivi").
    Ask for Riccardo, a good friend of mine and -most of all- a very good pastry chef & bartender ;)
    http://www.cuoredivetro.berlin/
    Last edited by jap808; 10-24-2017 at 12:20 PM.

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    The Greenhouse Berlin is a fantastic place to check out for art & music events in the space on the 8th floor, as well as privately inside artists studios. Additionally there is a fantastic cafe also on the 8th floor that serves veg/vegan food till relatively late into the evening.

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    Anything worth checking out this weekend in Berlin?
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    "The only rule is don't be boring and dress cute wherever you go. Life is too short to blend in."
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    ^ that sounds good, thanks for the tip!

    I'll be visiting this weekend to attend this event:
    https://mirafestivalberlin.com/
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    I should be in Berlin, too this weekend!

    If someone's interested in synthesizers and electronic music (me & my friends are ;), shouldn't miss Superbooth -->
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    Once again, back from Berlin with a couple of very good finds: you may find some interesting BBS pieces at 2 consignement-2nd hand shop, the already well-established Das Neue Schwarz and the brand-new Archive

    Me and my friend picked up a BBS sweater, an immaculate black classic long tee and -my favourite- a tejana sleeveless denim jacket/vest in rust, which I've never ever seen anywhere.

    Both shop are worth a visit.

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    I’m looking for help finding any good avant garde galleries and musea in berlin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jap808 View Post
    the brand-new Archive
    I think this already closed, but it was rather a shit show tbh – lots of regular 2nd hand clothes (adidas track suits etc.), then 4 pairs of Yeezies and lasty, a small rack with about 6 pieces of BBS and Drkshdw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fela View Post
    I’m looking for help finding any good avant garde galleries and musea in berlin.

    Julia Stoschek Collection, Galerie König, KW Institute
    Hamburger Bahnhof

    … these are some that always have interesting exhibitions, you can just walk in and I am sure you will see something you’ll like. The last one in the list is showing an interesting piece by Agnieszka Polska right now, that I recommend (… and also some Beuys, Judd, Abramovic etc. – you’ll have to go twice if you wann take it all in).

    KW Institute is situated in a small street that features a few other tiny galleries, a good book/magazine shop (Do Your Read Me?), an excellent 1-star restaurant (Pauly Saal) and a Hay store, so you can basically spend a nice few hours there and you’ll have a good time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fela View Post
    I’m looking for help finding any good avant garde galleries and musea in berlin.
    Eigen+Art Lab, KOW, Kraupa-Tuscany Zeidler and Ex-Girlfriend are worth checking out

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    Im gonna be there too, during Easter. Pauly Saal is already booked. Will see if i have time to check the other things too. Will be there for Sven Väth in Watergate, so not sure if we have time for much more.

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