Christmas Charity

Christmas Charity


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Gallery Baeckerstrasse


CUBELIN at the Chrismas Charity of the Gallery Baeckerstrasse in Berlin Schöneberg. This event was organized by owner Alexander Urban and his lovely wife Marie Le Febvre. Lots of friends and costumers came to buy tickets for the tombola and more. More than hundreds guests made this event a big success. Besides the Cubelins I presented a collection of my new crocheted sculpture bags. Having sold the Cubelin „Flowers“ 10 % of the price is donated to the help of the Berlin refugees. Finally in total 1500 Euros were raised to support the Malteser egagement for refugees.

Photos: Doreen Geyer





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Play with Reality

Play with Reality

Play with Reality

Today I would like to introduce you to the colourful work of Claudia Levin – firstly a wonderful and lovely woman I just met recently and secondly a very inspiring visual artist.  I am totally impressed by her warm and charismatic pictures, and the way she develops them.

Dance of the Black Lines – Claudia Levin


„Flaming City“ by Claudia Levin

Claudia has master´s degrees in fine art and music, she comes from Brazil and currently lives in Berlin. She deconstructs photographs and displays them on huge panels in glass or acrylic.

She has a great eye for finding the extraordinary and transforms it to open up new perspectives.

As Claudia puts it:

„Sometimes it is trash on the floor that I photograph, and through modern tools, I can present another story.“

See more of Claudias magnificent art on Facebook at

Cyrano by Claudia Levin

Fertility by Claudia Levin

Floresta by Claudia Levin

The Dot – Point of View

The Dot – Point of View

The Dot – Point of View

What really drives me as a human being is trying to see the so called outside world from different views and angles.

That´ s why I love to watch perspective changing movies and I am fascinated by art, which is able to do that.

Yes, you might now suggest some drugs for help, but no, thank you ;)

I think our world is so outstandingly amazing, there´s no need for that.

As we all know, everyone perceives the world around us in a personal subjective way.

And some of us really have a whacky experience with it.

Like Yayoi Kusama.

This woman is obsessed with dots. Today she is one of the most important japanese artists and internationally known for her exquisite net and dot paintings as well as her sculpture and performance work.

„Accumulation“1963 P: Tom Powell

But how on earth is someone doomed to paint dots over and over again? This background story is what fascinates me about Kusama:

Since she was a young girl she has had hallucinations. They started for example while she was eating her breakfast. She stared at the tablecloth and got lost in its pattern. When she looked up to the ceiling, she saw the same pattern, it appeared at the walls, she saw it on her body and finally in the entire space around her. As she described it, she felt like dissolving herself completely in the pattern until nothing of her remained.

Those hallucinations accompanied her throughout her whole life.

Kusama had to struggle a lot to be accepted by her family. Her parents followed her wish and sent her to New York in 1955 – but only under the premise of never coming back to Japan.


In the recent years some of the big names in fashion business collaborated with her like Marc Jacobs for Louis Vuitton. And I just love the picture of George Clooney for W-Magazine, completely wrapped up in dots and thinking…?

P: Emma Summerton

Today Kusama is 86 years old and she is voluntarily living in a mental hospital in Japan and she still does what she loves doing most: painting dots.

This last picture of her work below is about infinity and was part of an exhibiton at the Tate Modern 2012.

„Infinity Mirrored Room – The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away“ 2013, P: Maris Hutchinson

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