@artnet published an interesting guide about 10 Extraordinary Artworks You Need to Travel to the Edge of the World to See https://bit.ly/2HvOx9t #thingswelike
Within our art travel concepts we often deal with urban exploration. In this context, we would like to recommend the current 19th edition of the Journal of Urban Research with the topic “What do Images in the Public Space do”? TABLE OF CONTENT Introduction Allison Huetz, Clémence Lehec and Thierry Maeder. What Do Images in the Public Space do? Issue Damien Darcis Pictures that denounce? In the Jungle of Calais, Banksy and the Hearts of Cardboard Zara Fournier Images in South Lebanon: an Absent Presence. The Case of The Former Khiam Prison Olivier Gaudin The Public Life of Images: Towards a Social Ecology of the Urban Gaze. The Example of Bologna’s Sacrario dei Partigiani Vivien Philizot Kodak’s Colorama and the Construction of the Gaze in Public Space Tanja Schult and Diana I. Popescu Infelicitous Efficacy: Alfred Hrdlicka’s Memorial against War and Fascism Laurent Viala The Political Mission of Contemporary Urban Statuary. Image, History and Territorial Identity in Montpellier (France) Book Review Léa Sallenave and Hugo Bonin Urban Encounters: Art and the Public. Book review of: Martha Radice, Alexandrine Boudreault-Fournier (ed.) Urban encounters: Art and the public. #urban #space
Annalena Amthor @the_art_expeditionist writes in our recently published article DESTINATION DYSTOPIA: At first glance, the works of Julian Charrière remind me of the dreamscapes of my own travel fantasies – relaxing on tropical islands, going on adventures to exotic places or admiring natural wonders. However, Charrière’s hazy and often dreamlike facades are illusions for something much more foreboding. Read more in our #onlinejournal Image: Julian Charrière - Castle III - First Light, 2016, copyright the artist; VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, Germany #destinationdystopia #illusiontravel #parallelworld
DESTINATION: DYSTOPIA - is a text about the artist Julian Charrière, written by Annalena Amthor and newly published in our online journal. @julian.charriere @the_art_expeditionist Image: Julian Charrière - An Invitation to Disappear - Perak, 2018, copyright the artist; VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, Germany #destinationdystopia #illusiontravel #parallelworld
We were fortunate to have the photographer @ceetop (for National Geographic Traveller among others) at our last Travel in Your Own City experience. She took this incredible photo. #watersofberlin #travelinyourowncity
Starting today: @berlintravelfestival at Arena Berlin. Artist @susannebonowicz created our booth which is supported by @office_impart Come by!
After you're through at the @berlintravelfestival Berlin Travel Festival (find our booth at 3.12), join us for our TRAVEL IN YOUR OWN CITY excursion in Berlin on March 10th! We're back with the team from @takemetothelakes Take Me to the Lakes, the definitive guide to Berliner lakes, for an excursion about the cultural & natural waters of Berlin. https://whereaboutnow.com/trips/waters-of-berlin Details & booking:
#watersofberlin #travelinyourowncity #staycation
JOIN US: From March 8–10, 2019 at Arena in Kreuzberg, the Berlin Travel Festival brings together today’s most forward- thinking adventurers, explorers, and brands. Under the motto “Travel Different,” the festival will host over 100 speakers and exhibitors, focused on the latest innovations, original ideas, and enticing destinations. Offering new perspectives on travel, from planning a weekend getaway to researching a once-in-a-lifetime journey, the Berlin Travel Festival connects travelers with expert advisors, speakers, and adventurers. We are a new generation of travelers, committed to creating a better tomorrow. Come, join the Berlin travel community, and be inspired for your next great adventure. @berlintravelfestival Find us at booth 3.12!
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