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Mintel article: Am I beautiful?

Here is my October article for Mintel: A reflection of beauty – a report about the exhibition “Bin ich schön?”/”Am I beautiful?” which was shown at Museum für Kommunikation here in Berlin. The exhibition just closed, as a matter of fact, but the next show is already waiting in the wings: Out of Control? Life in a World of Mass Surveillance  will open on 21st March.

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Exhibition: Red Dot Design Awards at Museum für Kommunikation

Museum für Kommunikation on Leipziger Straße in Mitte has just opened a new temporary exhibition: “Best Communication Design – Red Dot Winners Selection” presents the winners of the 2013 Red Dot Communication Design awards. Continue reading

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Globe-M: “Bin ich schön?” at Museum für Kommunikation – article

The Museum for Communication has just opened its new exhibition: “Am I Beautiful?” looks at the cultural and biological ideals of beauty. Museum für Kommunikation is one of my favourite exhibition spaces in Mitte. It is located in a gorgeous building from 1898 directly on Leipziger Strasse. They have a well-structured and interactive permanent exhibition (a great place to visit if you have kids) and temporary exhibits dealing with trends, society, information, communication and interaction. Continue reading

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Globe-M: “Glücksfälle – Störfälle” exhibition at Museum für Kommunikation – article

A few days ago I went to see the new temporary exhibition at the Museum für Kommunikation – “Glücksfälle – Störfälle. Facets of Intercultural Communication” – what a fabulous exposition. It is colourful, surprising and interactive with a very original exhibition architecture. Go and see it, it’s really worth it: exhibition website. And for those who read German: here is the globe-M article: Zwiebeln, Eisberge und ethnische Barbiepuppen.

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