Berlin Quarterly 7
Berlin Quarterly’s seventh issue opens with a work of fiction by Ukraine’s leading contemporary writer Oksana Zabuzhko. In a long-form reportage, William Ralston presents the history behind Romania’s minimal electronic music scene, tracing the genre’s journey from clandestine parties and pirated tapes under a communist dictatorship to international prestige.
Beatrice Minda’s intimate photography artfully documents the homes of Romanians. Some portraits are taken within the country, while others capture the homes of Romanians abroad.
Revista publicata de Cycling Bear Publishing, Berlin.
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