Features

Fashion Talks

The exhibition Fashion Talks: Fashion as Communication, which was shown for several months at the Museum for Communication, Berlin, was designed to explore — by looking at the messages conveyed by clothes — how people deal with fashion, both individually and collectively.

By Ekaterina Kalinina Inga kommentarer till Talks

A megaphone for the “artist-politician”

The questions posed by this year’s Berlin Biennale are an expression of anger; over the lack of attention to issues that concern ownership of access to the public space, control of money, and frustration about how the art world is being controlled by increasingly few hands, even as events are increasing in number and being spread all over the world.

By Margareta Tillberg Inga kommentarer till for the “artist-politician”

History on Trial in Vilnius

Earlier this year in Vilnius, the Socialist People’s Front leader Algirdas Paleckis was fined 10,400 litas (about 3,000 euros) for denying and grossly downplaying Soviet aggression against Lithuania the night of January 13, 1991.

By Arne Bengtsson Inga kommentarer till Trial in Vilnius

gated communities poland holds the european record in housing for the distrustful

At present, there are probably more than four hundred gated communities in Warsaw and an estimated 75 percent of all new homes on the market in Warsaw are in gated communities. No other European capital has numbers this high. The tendency is the same in other larger Polish cities.

By Peter Johnsson 2 kommentarer till poland holds the european record in housing for the distrustful

The young and the old in Polish photography

The Kraków Photomonth Festival was held for the first time in 2002, and internationally renowned photographers from many countries have been represented from the very start. Exhibitors in 2012 included Sally Mann (US), Viviane Sassen (Netherlands), Jason Evans (UK), and Sergey Bratkov (Ukraine).

By Per Eklöf Inga kommentarer till in Polish photography

Call of the Wild

Ever since systematic agriculture began in eastern Turkey around eleven thousand years ago, farmers and livestock keepers have had an antagonistic relationship to wild animals in general and predators in particular — a clash reflected in countless myths, legends, and fables, many of which survive in modern versions.

By Pontus Reimers Inga kommentarer till the Wild

Raoul Wallenberg: Myths and truths

A hundred years have passed and Raoul Wallenberg is currently the subject of much publicity.

By Hans Wolf Inga kommentarer till Myths and truths

WELL-EDUCATED BALTIC STATES MERGERS HAVE BECOME A NECESSITY

In order to ascend another rung on the development ladder, all three Baltic countries are engaged in higher education reform. Latvia has the furthest to go.

By Påhl Ruin 1 kommentar till MERGERS HAVE BECOME A NECESSITY

baltic sea library about ”Balticness”

The Baltic Sea Library is a web-based literary project run by a group of editors from all the countries surrounding the Baltic Sea, plus Iceland. The website resembles an anthology and contains poetry, novel excerpts, and other genres in all the literatures of the region. The unifying aspect is something the editors call “Balticness”, and each text is accompanied by an explanation of its connection to the Baltic Sea.

By Unn Gustafsson Inga kommentarer till about ”Balticness”

among wine and walnut growers. in the poorest country in europe

A journey through Gagauzia, where walnuts and wine are important industries.

By Torgny Hinnemo Inga kommentarer till in the poorest country in europe