Together with Max von Thadden, Jonas, Vahl, Cedric Retzmann and Laura Storfner and in close collaboration with Cee Cee's founders Nina Trippel and Sven Hausherr, we developed the concept for Cee Cee Berlin that came out through DISTANZ. Next to working on the concept, I contributed texts about KW Institute for Contemporary Art, C/O Berlin, Between Bridges and Haus der Kulturen der Welt.
Cee Cee is Berlin’s most widely read online medium. Launched as a newsletter for friends in 2011, it covers and comments on the capital’s perpetually changing urban landscape and the multifaceted goings-on in the culture and restaurant scenes. The selection of recommendations is carefully vetted and has become an indispensable guide for Berlin lovers in Germany and abroad, for expats and locals. The mix is diverse and surprising and, more importantly, subjective and authentic: secret bars and hidden art collections, idiosyncratic cafés and extravagant restaurants, eccentric concept stores and native originals. Numerous illustrations and full-page views show the Berlin of today. Exclusive recommendations, cross-references, guest columns by fashion designers and musicians, and insider’s advice sourced from the Cee Cee community make this book a treasure trove of information for explorers. A Berlin book for Berlin visitors, Berlin lovers, Berlin residents, and future Berliners.
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