The bear is to Berlin … what the riverboat is to Paris: a poetic, archaic, and potbellied cause. Near the Martin-Gropius-Bau and such a mountebank, this plantigrade pranced merrily beneath a plane touting passersby the merits of the exhibition “Roma Pasolini.” Unfortunately died for our joys, Pier Paolo knew that photography is fast at bitting the swipe of the bear claw!
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