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featured by UPDATE-23-BERLIN : Doors open today! UPDATE-23-BERLIN ! We’ll see you on Thursday, 25 May, at Telegraphenamt, Berlin Mitte

It’s time : Exhibitors from around the world are on their way to Berlin. From South Africa and Los Angeles, from Mexico and Stockholm, from Warsaw and Paris, from London and Vienna, … Suitcases are being packed everywhere, artwork is being loaded onto computers, giveaways tucked away. We know what we’re talking about – we’re doing the same. The excitement is growing, the anticipation is great.

A little reminder : online registration closes on Tuesday. If you decide to come at the spur of the moment and your business card says AD, CD, client or marketing, art producing or art buying on it – then you can stop by our UPDATE spontaneously.

Awaiting creative visitors are a good 60 agencies. We hope to see you all in Berlin.

UPDATE . 25 May, 2023 . Hotel Telegraphenamt . Doors open at 12 noon . UPDATE.Salon
22.05.2023 show complete article


featured by Patrick Schwalb : Model Natalia Napieralska visits ARTSTADT – photographed by PATRICK SCHWALB for FACES Magazine

For the Swiss magazine FACES, PATRICK SCHWALB photographed the editorial ‘Artstadt’. At his side was stylist Markus Galic, who developed the concept of the spread and put together the styles. Hair & makeup of model Natalia Napieralska were in the hands of Josephine Winter.

Polish beauty Natalia made a stunning appearance previously in Vogue, but she has also sparked the interest of print publications such as Elle or Vanity Fair.

“We pooled our resources : Several art clubs and other contributors from the creative industry moved into the former Karstadt Sport building on Mönckebergstraße, directly at the Hauptbahnhof railway station.” ARTSTADT was a temporary gallery in the old Karstadt Sport building near Hamburg’s main railway station and stood for five floors full of hidden champions of the Hamburg creative industry.

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13.04.2023 show complete article


featured by Lise Anne Marsal : LISE ANNE MARSAL photographs top model Sarina Arnold in lingerie for online magazine THE MAG

Model Sarina Arnold was photographed by Lise-Anne Marsal for online magazine THE MAG in lingerie and with a short modern haircut. For more than twenty years, Sarina has been among the most sought-after models in Switzerland and has plenty of campaigns, editorials and TVCs to show for. The shoot took place on location in Paris, and Sarina was styled by Alexandra Tesson. The Mag is the online magazine of the Munich-based modeling agency Munich Models.

Born in America, Lise-Anne Marsal has been living in Paris for decades – which is perhaps why her photos skillfully convey a certain authenticity and naturalness Made in the USA. Hair & make-up by Magalie Pilloux, and post production by Almédin Kramo.

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16.11.2021 show complete article