Fotografiska is the largest photography museum in the world. Like a Kunsthalle, it neither focuses on its own collection, nor does it sell art. Over the last ten years Fotografiska has exhibited every major photographer. It is a space for exploration and workshops, seminars, and conferences for its community members, as well as a museum, a shop, a cafe, bar, and restaurant that engage the public in experiencing photography in all possible ways.
Fotografiska is now expanding to major cities across the globe, including New York, Berlin, London, and Beijing.
A true survivor. Few places in Berlin have endured as many historical events during the 20th century as Clärchens Ballhaus: two World Wars, the division of the city, the fall of the Wall and the following gentrification. This Berliner institution is the oldest operating dance hall, and features a ballroom, a restaurant, and a biergarten when the weather right.
Berlin’s Holzmarkt Cooperative was founded with the goal of revitalizing one of the last vacant fallow lands on the river Spree. The goal is to act culturally with an urban emphasis rather than just economically. It provides investors the opportunity to participate in and secure the artistic freedom of the project. Together with the Genossenschaft für urbane Kreativität (Cooperative for urban creativity) a sustainable financing model has been developed.
The GuK operates an urban environment with hundreds of commercial tenants including everything from a bakery to a brewery and a daycare center, but also Berlin’s famous Kater Blau night club, and the Kater Schmaus restaurant.
GCM is Berlin’s foremost cultural publisher. Tip Magazine (founded 1972) and Zitty Magazine (founded 1976), have been the trusted go-to sources for events and news coverage of Berlin’s various culture scenes.
GCM also publishes a number of ancillary genre titles such as Speisekarte, Berlin’s most respected food guide. GCM provides programming data to 16 other city guides, and publishes third party magazines such as Berlin Lieben for BVG, Berlin’s public transportation operator.
As a media company and community powerhouse, TheArtGorgeous develops innovative concepts and strategies and creates captivating content, closely working with an unparalleled network of global art world influencers and institutions.
TheArtGorgeous is a brand operating at the intersection of art and fashion. It works as a publishing house in print and social media, and produces experiences for brand partners in conjunction with the major global art fairs.
KCRW Berlin is an English language, community-based, noncommercial radio station broadcasting locally-produced content reflecting the spirit of Berlin, combined with a unique mix of music discovery, NPR news, cultural exploration and informed public affairs.
KCRW Berlin builds cultural and international understanding by providing a platform for exchange, especially between Germany and the United States, and the Sister Cities of Berlin and Los Angeles. KCRW Berlin serves to further international tolerance, the arts and culture.
KCRW Berlin is the only NPR affiliated station outside of the United States. It’s business model is a Third Way model in the German media landscape – it relies neither on government funding, nor on commercial advertisement. Instead it is supported by its listeners.
Talenthouse connects brands and agencies with the largest on-demand creative community in the world. One that consists of creators with a completely unique, diverse and authentic voice.
Talenthouse’s technology and experienced team enables brands to produce original ideas, concepts, and high quality branded content – quickly, cost-effectively and at scale.
Yoram Roth has been a fine art photographer since completing his studies in New York in 1989. He is represented by the Galerie Camera Work in Berlin, and has had several solo shows and one retrospective. His work has been displayed by leading galleries, and at all major fairs.
He has lectured and written about fine art nude photography, and has been quoted extensively at a time when social media platforms are refusing to address issues around censorship and body-shaming.
Yoram is currently on Sabbatical from making new art work.