Category Archives: Berlin
Gert was pathologically unable to conform to any larger social grouping than that found within her own eccentric outfits.
Otto recorded his account as memoir; it fell to others to gently shepherd his kingship back to fiction where it belonged.
Waldoff aimed not at a dandyish elegance but pan-gender directness, assuming the look and persona of a particularly mouthy newspaper boy.
Berlin’s “Diversity Destroyed” programme acknowledges, along with the incalculable human suffering caused by the Nazis, the immense loss to the city’s culture.
“He attached great importance to dressing well, considering his friend Richard Dehmel’s predilection for gaudy ties to be something of a moral failing.”
…being the further adventures of Harry Domela, the “sham prince” of Weimar Germany.
It was a meeting with French Dadaist Philippe Soupault in Berlin’s Romanisches Café in the early 1920s which helped Walter Ruttmann synthesize art and music into cinema.
Five stages in the sartorial self-actualisation of writer Else Lasker-Schüler as she moves through Germany, Switzerland and Palestine.