Hello everyone! I’ve been doing some thinking about how I can make this blog more active and useful for my readers and came to the conclusion that I want to inform you more regularly & in advance about upcoming expositions and interesting events.
For this time, I want to tell you about a new exhibition opening this week, called Chinese Utopias Revisited – The Elephants!
Who’s in for a cup of tea? Palais des Thés is a shopping walhalla for tea lovers. They have all sorts of tea: black tea, green tea, white tea, smokey black tea, Rooibos, organic tea, Pu Erh tea and Oolong tea. There is so much choice that it becomes exciting :).
Next week I’m going on vacation and that’s an ideal occasion for me to buy some new books. The plan is to spend lots of time at the beach, so a good book will be very welcome. Brussels has a lot of bookshops , but I only have one favorite: Passa Porta!
Great colors, right? That is what attracted me in the first place! I went to an exhibition of Parra in Alice Gallery, an artist that I had never heard about before. Parra is an artist from the Netherlands, who lives and works in Amsterdam. From an interview with him in Agenda Magazine (see link below) I learned that he used to be a skater, influenced by skater magazines that he loved to read. He designed his own shirts and tried to sell them in bars. Later he started studying graphic design and today he is becoming more and more known for his drawings, paintings, sculptures and animation & music videos.
Hello everyone! Have you ever heard of paño? The word comes from pañuelo, which means handkerchief in Spanish. I read about an exhibition in Agenda Magazine last week, called: Paños, Chicano Prison Art. It’s a small exhibition in Recyclart, close to the Central Station.
This week is all about organic food, since the bio week just started (until 14/06). Brussels has a lot of shops where you can buy organic food, but I have one absolute favorite: les Ateliers des Tanneurs!
This is the final part of my Berlin travel report and not the most easy one! It’s about the Sachsenhausen Memorial, a concentration camp that we visited, just outside Berlin. We took a guided tour that starts at Brandenburger Tor and led us together with a group of people to Sachsenhausen.
Berlin has a lot to offer when it comes to art, but of course we are pretty spoiled in Brussels with all the museums and galleries. I visited just one museum in Berlin, but there’s a lot of street art to discover when walking through the city.
Last week I was in Berlin for 5 days, for the very first time! I felt really inspired by its architecture and people, so I took a lot of pictures to share my experience with you.
I’m taking a little break from blogging because I’m leaving for Berlin today! But don’t worry, I bought a memory card of 64 GB, which means I can store more than 5000 pictures :). I’m really looking forward to my first trip to Berlin.