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C/O Berlin Gallery is one of my favourite galleries in Berlin. It lays in the center of the city,  and is settled in a beautiful building that was a Post Office once. There are always photography exhibitions and world;s most famous photographers are exhibited (Annie Leibovitz, Mario Testino, Robert Mapplethorpe, Karl Lagerfeld..). When there is an opening it’s seen from one kilometer distance- it’s actually hardly possible to get inside then. It’s a fantastic occasion though to hang around with Berlin’s  snob- arty- crowd and to see the exhibition for free -normally the entrance fee is quite high (10 euro /5 reduced).

During the week it’s probably a better idea to come and visit the gallery as you don’t have to walk tight next to other visitors and you can focus more on art than on matter of survival.

 

There is also an additional an independent  exhibition upstairs (it’s often very good, sometimes even better than the main one). ALso there are rooms with documentary films about the authors, you can rest a little bit, take a sit and watch the prcess of  how the art is being made.

Be aware because, apparently this year C/O is moving to Charlottenburg (west part of the city), so get sure you’re not too late, because the building makes a lot of impression as well.

Become a snob in a photo gallery!!

Julia Duboski
Berlin should be my second name- i like my name too much, however,Berlin is the love of my life. If I leave it than only to have a love affair with another place, but I'll come back. From rock n roll dives to posh champagne bars , open airs, flea markets, bookstores, concept stores, caffes etc- i ve been (almost) everywhere. It's an electric city powered by thousands of different, creative people and it offers infinite cultural possibilities. If u won't fall in love in Berlin like i did, don't miss your chance for a fling at least..

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