Monat der Fotografie Berlin (European Month of Photography Berlin), more commonly known as the MDF Berlin, has been taking place every two years in Germany’s capital as the country’s largest photography festival since 2004. It is organized by Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH in collaboration with various cultural institutions, galleries, museums, embassies, and photography schools in Berlin and
One cannot visit Nabokov’s Berlin in the way one can visit Joyce’s Dublin or Kafka’s Prague. It no longer exists. There are, of course, certain ghosts. We know that he hunted for butterflies at Grunewald, and that he taught tennis on Kurfürstendamm. Charlottenburg was once home to so many Russian expatriates that it was nicknamed
Mila Rosenthal sat in the kitchen of her apartment a week before the first air raid of her city: Berlin. Her son, Peter, was still asleep in his room. Mila set the kettle on the stove top and walked around aimlessly, humming to herself. As the water began to boil, she watched the steam rise.