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Poetry: “Last night she dreamt of a bear”

in Literature
Black bear image courtesy of Pixabay user skeeze

The new poem from LeipGlo contributor and author Lito Seizani titled “Last night she dreamt of a bear”

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Die hautnahen Stunden des Benjamin Springer

in Arts/Philosophies

Part 9 of our German series by Nils Müller on local artists: “Der Klang einer Jazztrompete erklingt am Fenster zum Unendlichen, denn Fenster sind auch Benjamin Springers Bilder.”

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Curated Monthly: Top art picks in Leipzig this February

in Arts/Leipzig/What's on
HGB foyer pic
"1937-2017: Von Entarteter Kunst zu Entstellter Kunst" Photo: Vincent Perehuda

This year’s return of the HBG Rundgang, Neo Rauch and avant-garde photography in Chemnitz: Leipglo’s art writer Clementine Butler-Gallie takes us through what’s happening in Leipzig’s art scene this February.

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Curated Monthly: Top art picks in Leipzig this January

in Arts/Leipzig/What's on
Top art picks Jan 2020
Guerrila Girls, "Not Ready To Make Nice." Photo: Gene Pittman © Guerrilla Girls (guerrillagirls.com)

Check out our Leipzig art insider Clementine’s first roundup for the next year!

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a&o Kunsthalle: one year later

in Arts/Culture / Entertainment/Places to see/What's on
Exhibition "We All Should Be Lichens", A&O Kunsthalle
Exhibition "We All Should Be Lichens," Nov 2019. Photo by Gustav Franz

Hidden behind the back of the a&o hostel building close to the central station, you’ll find the a&o Kunsthalle. One year after opening, Tanja Heuchele and Julien Rathje share some insights into the beginning, the space’s current structure, and their future ambitions.

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Curated Monthly: Top December Art Picks for Leipzig

in Arts/Stage/What's on
Star lights hanging in a tre
Photo by Filip Bunkens on Unsplash

Leipzig’s art events in December 2019: An insider’s overview including highlights from the Grassi Museum, MfBK, and more!

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