Monday, April 16, 2012

Berlin has it all - part 1

I'm back from Berlin - the city which has totally fascinated me! It is very different from every European capital I've visited. I filled many pages of my small Berliner sketchbook I bought especially for the trip and some of my watercolor Moleskine as well. So I'll start to post them, little by little, hoping to share with you some of my experience.
Every journey starts from an airport -  and I love sketching people that busy by waiting for their journeys to begin!




Stay tuned - the more will come!

11 comments:

  1. Love it, Marina... I've never been there.. really want to:)

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  2. יש תדמית שלמה לארועי ברלין בסגנון איור שדומה לשלך, שלך ממש יושב מדויק על החופשיות והחריפות של העיר

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    1. אירה, תודה רבה! אהבתי מאוד את רוח העיר הזאת!

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  3. beautifull fresh sketches!
    i am very happy you liked berlin (so there is a chance you come again and then i will be in town to sketch together..)

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    1. thanks a lot, Rolf! I'm, very much! Still left so much to discover, I'll be there back for sure!
      you're lucky people, don't you? you have Boesner, where I left a nice quantity of my euros ;-) and the city is beautiful, of course!

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    2. not so sure about boesner - i developed a kind of antipathy, but this maybe is only selfprotection of my wallet - but lucky we are, overall, indeed.

      but telaviv does not look that bad eather, we got few beaches here, but would need some...

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  4. Hi - am going to Berlin next week on a college trip with fellow fine art and illustration students. We're staying in Mitte. Any recommendations for must-see galleries/exhibitions? Would love to get some top, timely tips!

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  5. Hello, I've just saw your comment.
    I'm recommending to visit Gerhard Richter Panorama in der Neuen Nationalgallerie. Besides that, there is a lot of galleries, many of them in Mitte, very hard to recommend. Some of them: Gestalten, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlinische Galerie, Brücke-Museum, Tacheles... Enjoy your trip!

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