In August 2018, the exhibition EX-EMBASSY took place in the former embassy of Australia to the German Democratic Republic (GDR). The exhibition unpacked an archive of cultural and diplomatic legacies between GDR and Australia. The project was part of Berlin’s Project Space Festival 2018 and was hosted by the Atelierhaus Australische Botschaft Ost. The former Australian embassy to
The world is changing rapidly like a liquid. What does a future hold? Contemporary artists and architects tried to find answers to these and similar dilemmas through their temporary constructions reflecting on how flexible, fluid, and resilient a city can be at times when nothing seems certain. Bruges Triennale 2018 – the second edition of contemporary art
Cavtat is one of the southernmost seaside settlements of Croatia. It is an adorable, small Dalmatian town, well worth visiting if you crave a relaxing day far away from hustle-bustle. Cavtat offers breathtaking nature, beaches and cute riva. It is approximately half-an-hour away from Dubrovnik, an hour away from Kotor, and home to Dubrovnik Airport.
Frankfurt, the fifth largest city in Germany – the financial hub – is recognised for its unique skyline. However, the city is not only banks, man in suits, and skyscrapers – there is much more to it. Its charm is endless, and as in many German cities liveability is high. Compact in size, Frankfurt is
What inspired me on Instagram this month. ☟ Figs and coffee View this post on Instagram The perks of doing a cake shoot earlier this week, an excuse to eat cake everyday until it’s gone 🤷🏼♀️ A post shared by Jasmine Dowling (@jasminedowling) on May 30, 2018 at 11:28pm PDT ☟ This seems like my
I always liked greenhouses and therefore, I was very excited to find out that there was a botanical garden right next to our hotel on our last visit to Paris. I researched it a bit before our visit. The Jardin des Serres d’Auteuil is a botanical garden set within a major greenhouse complex on the
One of the most interesting, yet unusual ways to explore Brussels is by finding its numerous, hidden murals. In general, street art transforms Brussels into a giant open-air museum covering walls, street objects, and facades throughout the city. Finding them may feel like a treasure hunt game.
What about a glass or two of Rosé because spring is finally here!
Vintage food kiosks – surrounded by tables and chairs – are nowadays central pieces of Lisbon’s iconic squares. These staples of city’s relaxed lifestyle are as much part of Lisbon’s drinking and dining scene as tasty Ginjinha or Pasteis de Nata.