Voguish apartment hotel in Berlin Mitte! A series of Categorki numbered apartments and duel penthouses exude a proletarian charm of simple wood floors, spare artwork and industrial décor with bourgeoisie touches of steel, iron and wood in every eye view. Entry-level apartments offer quirky architectural features like step-down living area, built-in kitchenettes and safes large enough for laptops. Upgraded rooms come with more space wit... https://gustto.com/2014/03/12/
|BLACK, OF COURSE| The artist's wife, Amélie, posed for this half-length portrait. She is depicted in an elaborate outfit with classic attributes of the French bourgeoisie: a gloved arm holding a fan and an elaborate hat perched atop her head. Her costume's vibrant hues are purely expressive, however; when asked about the hue of the dress Madame Matisse was actually wearing when she posed for the portrait, the artist allegedly replied, "Black, of course."
“Who Is an Antisemite?” Russian poster. Printed in the USSR, 1927–1930. Artwork by Nikolai Denisovski. The poster associates antisemitism with “prerevolutionary” elements, such as capitalists, the bourgeoisie, and supporters of the tsar. (YIVO)