Photographers' Blog

“Bosso Fataka” turn trash into sculpture

August 8, 2012

By Tom Peter

Some call it street art; Bosso Fataka call it “joy in shaping our environment.” The environment that surrounds the four young men of this art group is the streets of Berlin, a city that some say has become Europe’s unofficial capital of unsanctioned art in the public space.

The fight over Berlin’s Tacheles

July 19, 2011

Over the last decade Berlin has been changing more rapidly than most of its inhabitants can stomach. Because of its history, the brunt of gentrification that changes everything (from social fabric to architecture) has hit the German capital more than other cities around the world.

Protests: A study in necessity and choice

November 24, 2009

Kabul-based, Afghani photographer Ahmad Masood, is spending a month based in Berlin.