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Indiberlin favourite artist Hans-Peter Feldmann strews handbag contents in the Serpentine Gallery

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German artist Hans Peter Feldmann’*s show a the Serpentine gallery in London is a retrospective that spans the last 40 years of his work but features his latest work – the contents of a number of women’s handbags, turned over on the spot to him to take away and use for 500€. Feldmann calls them “a fascinating snapshot of contemporary design.” His interest in handbags goes back to when he was a child. “I remember my mother and her handbag and it was a taboo to look at what was in it, a really strict taboo.”

indieberlin Frühlings-Flirt

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Wir sind der Designer-Mode, den Accessoires und den tollen Geschenkideen aus Berlin und Brandenburg verfallen! Endlich finden wir eine Plattform, auf der wir all unsere neuen Lieblingsteile gebündelt finden: Kizuco! Wir haben Inhaberin Alexandra Klatt interviewt und die coolsten Local-Stücke für Euch abgecheckt.

Interview with Mia Morris

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Mia Morris, Artist from Berlin, tells us about her Funkyrotic Art project, her recent exhibtions at a hairdresser´s salon and at Freudenhaus Hase, a brothel in Berlin-Wedding.

Indieberlin empfiehlt Euch diesen Monat:

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kafx Workshop “Warum kreative Unternehmen ein Alleinstellungsmerkmal brauchen” mit der Dozentin Frau Dr.Kerstin Gernig (Agentur für Kommunikationsgestaltung Berlin)

Wann: Mittwoch, 21. März 2012 in der Zeit von 11:00 bis 16:00 Uhr

Wo: In den Räumen der Kreativagentur Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg (kafx), Lobeckstr. 36 – 40 (U-Bhf. Moritzplatz)

The Plight of the Hipsters

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There’s one phrase I’ve heard over and over again since moving to Berlin at the start of
this year, from locals and new arrivals alike. “You can wear whatever you want in Berlin.
Nobody judges you. Anything goes.” And that philosophy is admirably true for everybody, with the exception of Berlin’s beleaguered hipsters.