Joanna Kosowska Photography

Taz – Berliners & Co

Slavoj Žižek – philosopher, speaker at 'Marx-is-muss-Congress' Berlin
Frank Steudel & Tobias Trommer – protesters against the extension of the City Highway Berlin
Katja Dathe – Pirate Party of Berlin
Gerwald Claus-Brunner – Pirate Party deputy in his office at Senate Berlin
Leyla Piedayesh – German-Iranian fashion designer, founder of the fashion label 'Lala Berlin'
Mehdi Moinzadeh & Pegah Ferydoni – German-Iranian actors stage a play about refugees on the occasion of 60th anniversary Geneva’s Refugee Convention, Neukölln Opera Berlin
Vanessa Stern – Austrian actress at HAU Theater (Hebel am Ufer) talks about womanhood and feminism, Berlin Kreuzberg
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar – spiritual leader in his hotel room, Berlin Tiergarten
Simon Kowalewski – deputy for the Pirate Party in Senate of Berlin
Dorota Maslowska – Polish writer, author of the bestseller 'Snow White and Russian Red' at the Academy of Arts, Berlin
Denis Côté – French-Canadian filmmaker presents his film
Mido Hafez – Egiptian activist from Tahrir Square (Cairo) in his new home in Berlin Kreuzberg
Julia Schramm – writer, author of the book
Klaus Eisenreich – press officer of the Police Workers Union going into retirement
„Im Turkish, gay, deaf and I run my own business“ – Sezer Yigitoglu in his coffee shop 'Café Ole', Berlin Neukölln
Janko Lauenberger – Sinti-swing gitarrist, Berlin Lichtenberg
Katharina Krueger – handicapped tennis player after her match for Paralympic Games in London
Rabbi Daniel Alter at the freedom rally in Berlin Fridenau after he was beaten up by teenagers
Klaus Kandt – new chief of Police Berlin, Berlin Tempelhof
Prof. Dr. Karl Max EinhŠaeupl – neurologist, chairman of the University Hospital Charité Berlin his office
Dominik (14), a polish shool boy uses the bus 983 to get from Jackobsdorf, Germany to school on the polish side of the border river Oder. Since december 2012 the bus line combines Frankfurt Oder, Germany and Slubice, Poland, the two border cities.
Carola – winter swimmer at Oranke Lake, Berlin Hohenschönhausen
Karl-Heinrich Zahn (75), Pastor & Hanspeter Bethke (79), painter, are married since 2005 and have lived together since the 70ies in the Saxdorf Village, Brandenburg (former DDR) in the parsonage attached to the church from 1230.
Bernd Brueckner – former bodyguard of Erich Honecker runs his own Security Firm in Berlin Marzahn
Daniel Kroh – tailor and fashion designer in his Studio, Berlin Charlottenburg
Poles Jacek Slaski & Anna Krenz – founders of Gallery Zero promoting eastern European art, culture and architecture, Berlin Kreuzberg
Andrea Hirata – Indonesian writer at Hanser Publishing House, Berlin
Sophie Raphaeline – former speechwriter of Margaret Thatcher runs an english second-hand bookshop in Berlin Kreuzberg
Elke Schilling (69) – former Au-Pair granny in Cairo
Benjamin Marx – project manager of The Roma House in Berlin Neukölln
Almedina (18) & Aldina (16) – German born Bosnian refugee sisters are not allowed to take school trips because of refugee residency rules, Berlin Wedding
Curators of Savvy Contemporary Gallery in Berlin Neukölln aim to foster dialogue between “western art” and “non-western art” by inviting artists from Europe or North-America and artists from Africa, South-America, Asia or Australia.
Serkan Deniz & Erol Yildiz line the first turkish Heavy-Metal-Festival in Germany
Armin Petras – chairman of Maxim Gorki Theater Berlin vacates the boss's chair for fame in Stuttgart (that's where Daimler comes from)
Frank Temple – politician (die Linke) at Bundestag
Julia Strauss – russian performance artist in front of Immigrations Department in Berlin Wedding fighting for the rights of refugees
Bashar Al Tammawi - Syrian Surgeon seeks Asylum
Orwa Nyrabia – Syrian documentary filmmaker, co-producer of “Return to Homs
Martin Hoeft runs 'CaféŽ Botanico' and 'Permakulturgarten' in Berlin Neukölln
David Bizer – start up designer produces
Juan A. Gaitán – curator of the 8th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art
Irene Mihalic – politician (Gruene) at Bundestag
Joung Germans from East and West: Knut Beulich – documentary filmmaker inherits a pair of shoes
Joung Germans from East and West: Julia Rehkopf – radio journalist inherits a house in Frankfurt/ Main and a flat in Berlin Kreuzberg
Bernd Fabritius – politician (CSU)
Katharina Rivilis, Directing Student of DffB

Slavoj Žižek – philosopher, speaker at 'Marx-is-muss-Congress' Berlin

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Frank Steudel & Tobias Trommer – protesters against the extension of the City Highway Berlin

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Katja Dathe – Pirate Party of Berlin

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Gerwald Claus-Brunner – Pirate Party deputy in his office at Senate Berlin

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Leyla Piedayesh – German-Iranian fashion designer, founder of the fashion label 'Lala Berlin'

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Mehdi Moinzadeh & Pegah Ferydoni – German-Iranian actors stage a play about refugees on the occasion of 60th anniversary Geneva’s Refugee Convention, Neukölln Opera Berlin

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Vanessa Stern – Austrian actress at HAU Theater (Hebel am Ufer) talks about womanhood and feminism, Berlin Kreuzberg

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Sri Sri Ravi Shankar – spiritual leader in his hotel room, Berlin Tiergarten

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Simon Kowalewski – deputy for the Pirate Party in Senate of Berlin

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Dorota Maslowska – Polish writer, author of the bestseller 'Snow White and Russian Red' at the Academy of Arts, Berlin

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Denis Côté – French-Canadian filmmaker presents his film "Bestiaire" at the 62th Berlinale

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Mido Hafez – Egiptian activist from Tahrir Square (Cairo) in his new home in Berlin Kreuzberg

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Julia Schramm – writer, author of the book "Click Me" and politician (former member of the Pirate Party Germany)

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Klaus Eisenreich – press officer of the Police Workers Union going into retirement

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„Im Turkish, gay, deaf and I run my own business“ – Sezer Yigitoglu in his coffee shop 'Café Ole', Berlin Neukölln

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Janko Lauenberger – Sinti-swing gitarrist, Berlin Lichtenberg

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Katharina Krueger – handicapped tennis player after her match for Paralympic Games in London

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Rabbi Daniel Alter at the freedom rally in Berlin Fridenau after he was beaten up by teenagers

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Klaus Kandt – new chief of Police Berlin, Berlin Tempelhof

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Prof. Dr. Karl Max EinhŠaeupl – neurologist, chairman of the University Hospital Charité Berlin his office

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Dominik (14), a polish shool boy uses the bus 983 to get from Jackobsdorf, Germany to school on the polish side of the border river Oder. Since december 2012 the bus line combines Frankfurt Oder, Germany and Slubice, Poland, the two border cities.

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Carola – winter swimmer at Oranke Lake, Berlin Hohenschönhausen

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Karl-Heinrich Zahn (75), Pastor & Hanspeter Bethke (79), painter, are married since 2005 and have lived together since the 70ies in the Saxdorf Village, Brandenburg (former DDR) in the parsonage attached to the church from 1230.

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Bernd Brueckner – former bodyguard of Erich Honecker runs his own Security Firm in Berlin Marzahn

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Daniel Kroh – tailor and fashion designer in his Studio, Berlin Charlottenburg

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Poles Jacek Slaski & Anna Krenz – founders of Gallery Zero promoting eastern European art, culture and architecture, Berlin Kreuzberg

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Andrea Hirata – Indonesian writer at Hanser Publishing House, Berlin

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Sophie Raphaeline – former speechwriter of Margaret Thatcher runs an english second-hand bookshop in Berlin Kreuzberg

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Elke Schilling (69) – former Au-Pair granny in Cairo

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Benjamin Marx – project manager of The Roma House in Berlin Neukölln

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Almedina (18) & Aldina (16) – German born Bosnian refugee sisters are not allowed to take school trips because of refugee residency rules, Berlin Wedding

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Curators of Savvy Contemporary Gallery in Berlin Neukölln aim to foster dialogue between “western art” and “non-western art” by inviting artists from Europe or North-America and artists from Africa, South-America, Asia or Australia.

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Serkan Deniz & Erol Yildiz line the first turkish Heavy-Metal-Festival in Germany

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Armin Petras – chairman of Maxim Gorki Theater Berlin vacates the boss's chair for fame in Stuttgart (that's where Daimler comes from)

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Frank Temple – politician (die Linke) at Bundestag

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Julia Strauss – russian performance artist in front of Immigrations Department in Berlin Wedding fighting for the rights of refugees

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Bashar Al Tammawi – Syrian surgeon seeks asylum in Germany

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Orwa Nyrabia – Syrian documentary filmmaker, co-producer of “Return to Homs" in his office at Berlin Alexander Platz

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Martin Hoeft runs 'CaféŽ Botanico' and 'Permakulturgarten' in Berlin Neukölln

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David Bizer – start up designer produces "Waveform Jewelry" by 3D printing sounds of words in plastic and wax. 90% of his personalized orders are the words: “I love you”. He sends the products through his online shop, especially abroad. Berlin Kreuzberg

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Juan A. Gaitán – curator of the 8th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art

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Irene Mihalic – politician (Gruene) at Bundestag

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Joung Germans from East and West: Knut Beulich – documentary filmmaker inherits a pair of shoes

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Joung Germans from East and West: Julia Rehkopf – radio journalist inherits a house in Frankfurt/ Main and a flat in Berlin Kreuzberg

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Bernd Fabritius – politician (CSU)

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Katharina Rivilis – student of film directing at DffB (German Film and Television Academy Berlin) is one of the protest leaders against the politics behind the election of the new chairman for the Academy

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