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Andy Warhol’s "Ten Portraits of Jews of the 20th Century" (with George Gershwin, left) at Jablonka Galerie, Berlin
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by Kimberly Bradley

Almost two decades after the reunification of Berlin, the city remains a place with unmistakable creative spirit, and an irresistible draw for the international art world. Still, a lot of us culture vultures are asking, "Where is this all going?"  Beyond the fact that Berlin’s dodgy status as an actual art market may finally be shifting in a positive way, is there something, anything, that defines the Berlin art world, besides the proliferation of galleries and the increasing numbers of foreign artists coming here to score huge studios unaffordable in New York or London? Is any kind of cohesive art movement occurring under the radar?