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EVERYBODY DREAMS — GET COSY AT THE JUNIQE X CASPER POP-UP

EVERYBODY DREAMS — GET COSY AT THE JUNIQE X CASPER POP-UP

What’s the last thing you see before your eyelids drop heavy and your mind drifts off to dream? Exploring this question are sleep brand Casper and lifestyle brand Juniqe — who together will host a pop-up gallery dedicated to dreaming from 13-17.09.17 During this time, the space will be transformed into a cozy, calming space filled with Casper beds and dream-inspired prints from artists in the Juniqe network, like photographer Svenja Trierscheid and the illustrator Wuukasch. Register here for one of the free events, such as “slumber cinema”, an art brunch or a talk on healthy sleeping habits, or just drop in to unwind, get comfy and garner some bedroom interior inspiration. Find something you like? From 13.9-17.9.17, get 15% off the entire Juniqe collection, and 10% off the Casper range for purchases in the gallery. Which is where you’ll find us tanking up on some time out, daydreaming and maybe even taking a mid-Art Week power nap. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / GIF: Juniqe)

Casper x Juniqe “Everybody Dreams” Pop-Up Gallery
Torstr.161, 10115 Berlin-Mitte; map
13.9-15.9: 13h-21h, 16.9-17.9: 11h-21h; Facebook event
See the program and register here for free.

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FASHION, FOOD AND MUSIC AT BREAD & BUTTER BY ZALANDO

FASHION, FOOD AND MUSIC AT BREAD & BUTTER BY ZALANDO

It’s time to get pumped for three days of fashion, music and food at the Festival of Style and Culture, Bread & Butter by Zalando (B&&B). Last week we shared some highlights and we’ll share some more today — because there’s a lot to love about what’s going on this weekend. M.I.A. will headline Friday night with an awe-inspiring main stage set. On Sunday, rebellious spirits Viktor&Rolf are hosting not only a haute couture fashion show at 17h, but also a panel discussion at 18h that’s not to be missed. After, hit up The Kooples fashion show at 19h on your way to see FKA twigs, presented by Mercedes-Benz. There’ll be plenty of time for snack breaks, too — like Berlin-based Feiner Herr’s scrumptious waffles, Subu’s sushi burritos, and renowned Michelin-starred chef Iago Castrillión’s Valencian flavors. Pick up your tickets and browse the full program for your favorites. P.S. Given limited capacity, entry to see the headliners is on a first come, first served basis. Scan your wristband at the Arena Berlin help desk at 16h both days to receive a confirmation email. The headliner shows will be live-streamed throughout B&&B. (Text: Devan Grimsrud / Photos: (clockwise, from top left: David Burton / Viviane Sassen / 2 Estaciones)

Bread & Butter by Zalando, Arena Berlin, Eichenstr.4, 12435 Berlin-Alt-Treptow; map
13-22h 1.9.–3.9.17; program & tickets

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BREAD & BUTTER BY ZALANDO RETURNS — BOLDER THAN EVER

BREAD & BUTTER BY ZALANDO RETURNS — BOLDER THAN EVER

The first weekend in September, we’re looking forward to Bread & Butter by Zalando (B&&B), the festival of style and culture featuring three days of fashion, music and food — the highlights of which are plenty. Exclusive B&&B fashion pieces from Hugo, Puma, Wrangler and more are available on Zalando, and each day is jam-packed with fashion shows, performances, and spectacular street food from all around the world, including Michelin-starred Hawker Chan from Singapore. Immerse yourself in Dame Vivienne Westwood’s designs at her special archive exhibition on view throughout the festival, and see her live and in person shaking things up at her “Get a Life” panel on Friday night at 18h. Then make your way to the Zalando Fashion Show, starting at 19.30h. On Saturday, look forward to another inspiring panel, “Gurls Talk” with Adwoa Aboah, as she encourages and challenges females to share and come together over the issues they face. Browse the program, get your tickets and prepare for an inspiring, stylish start to autumn. (Text: Devan Grimsrud / Photos (clockwise, from top left): Getty Images for Zalando / Subu Sushi Burrito / Elizaveta Porodina)

Bread & Butter by Zalando, Arena Berlin, Eichenstr.4, 12435 Berlin-Alt-Treptow; map

13-22h 1.9.–3.9.17; program & tickets

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DRIVE HOSTS: ARS ELECTRONICA IN BERLIN & THIRD LANDSCAPE

DRIVE HOSTS: ARS ELECTRONICA IN BERLIN & THIRD LANDSCAPE

For new perspectives on digital encounters and the human environment, we suggest you take a visit to Drive. Volkswagen Group Forum, where two exciting exhibitions are on view until 26 October. The sixth digital media art exhibition at the forum is curated by Ars Electronica, which organizes one of the world’s most important yearly media art festivals in Linz, Austria. This time around, they challenged 14 international artists to focus on the theme of ‘encounters’ and human relationships with technology. From visual research of environmentally affected insects to the invisible sound on electromagnetic waves, the forms take shape to tell a story, deepened by the supporting works of the second exhibition: “Third Landscape”, featuring monochrome photographs by Volker Kreidler. Dive into these varied perspectives, and form your own along the way. (Text: Devan Grimsrud / Photos: Volker Kreidler, Drive. Volkswagen Group Forum)

Drive. Volkswagen Group Forum, Friedrichstr.84 / corner Unter den Linden, 10117 Berlin-Mitte; map

Ars Electronica in Berlin “Encounter” & Volker Kreidler’s “Third Landscape” until 26.10.17; program
Daily 10-20h, admission is free

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LET’S POLISH! EXPLORING IDENTITY THROUGH DESIGN

LET’S POLISH! EXPLORING IDENTITY THROUGH DESIGN

What does it mean to be Polish in the world today? Explore some aesthetic suggestions tonight (13.7) at the openingof ”Let’s Polish! Design from London, Paris, Vienna, Berlin and Warsaw” — an exhibition at the Polish Institute of Berlin exploring the layered question of national identity through industrial and product design. Three emerging design studios with Polish roots, scattered across Europe — from Paris and Vienna to Warsaw via Berlin — were invited to showcase designs on the topic and select another studio to do the same. Chmara.rosinke chose Kosmos Project, Maria Jeglińska suggested Krzysztof Pyda and Marta Bakowski picked Jan Hendzel. All works — from chairs to ceramics — are linked in their experimental, critical approach to representing Polish identity on an aesthetic level. So what do they reveal? You’ve got until 17 September to discover the answers for yourself. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Photos: Marta Bakowski, Turczynska-for-Culture-PL)

Polish Institute Berlin, Burgstr.27. 10178 Berlin; map
Let’s Polish!”, opening 13.7, 19h, Facebook event
Exhibition runs until 17.9, Tue-Fri 10-18h

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