Celeste Sunderland

Freelance Writer

Berlin, Germany

Celeste Sunderland

A freelance journalist and copywriter with 20 years experience covering science, travel, art, design, architecture, cinema, celebrities, and more.



Top 5 Art Installations on View Now

From Olafur Eliasson to Yayoi Kusama, these 5 artists are inspired by nature and technology.
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Keith Haring's Paintings and Politics Arrive in San Francisco

For the first time in nearly 20 years, the works of Keith Haring come to the West Coast.
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Sculptor Merges Innocence with Authenticity

Margaret Keelan doesn’t call herself a storyteller, but the narrative elements...
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A "Creative Time" for Parker Posey

The Party Girl plays a college professor in Woody Allen’s new film, 'Irrational Man.'
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Kate Beckinsale Reunites with Director Whit Stillman

The actress stars in 'Love & Friendship,' a Jane Austen adaptation with a naughty twist.
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Store Profile: Merci, Paris, France

Altogether different from the little boutiques and grand department stores of Paris, Merci is an artfully assembled trove of clothing, furniture, beauty products, and household items. The vast, warehouse-like space is a short walk from Place des Vosges, in the Haut Marais neighborhood in Paris' third arrondissement.
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House Tour: Julie & Jesper's Musical Scandi-Canadian Nest

At 37 weeks pregnant, Julie Chamberlain doesn't do much dancing these days, but that doesn't stop her from listening to her favorite tunes. One morning last month, independent Canadian music streamed from her laptop, providing a restful soundtrack just right for readying her beautiful one-bedroom apartment in Paris for a new baby.
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What's on in Germany: June 7 - 13

This Week's Highlights: Wittenberg celebrates Martin Luther's wedding, Frankfurt fetes the rose, and Berlin designers open their studios to the public.
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Michigan Scientists Use Neurolucida in Epilepsy Study

Scientists hypothesize that seizures occur because brain cells fire in places they're not supposed to. Dentate granule cells (DGCs), a typ.
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The Haus that Gropius Built

Nine decades after Walter Gropius founded his revolutionary Bauhaus academy, dozens of exhibitions across Germany are celebrating a movement that embodied much more than simply aesthetics. Celeste Sunderland investigates. Seven letters stream down the side of a building. No fussy serifs adorn this stunning, simple font.
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Researchers Analyze Brains of Addiction-Prone Rats

Drugs affect different people in different ways. Take cocaine for example. Not only does the drug have a stronger impact on the behavior of individuals with a particular genetic makeup, it also initiates more profound changes in their brains.
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A Design Lover's Guide to Barcelona

I've been hearing "I love Barcelona!" from so many people lately, so I decided it was time to check out the city for myself. With Spanish modernist architecture dominated by Gaudi's fantastical buildings, shabby old neighborhoods full of artisan workshops, and miles of sandy Mediterranean beaches, the Spanish city makes an intriguing destination all year round.
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Celeste Sunderland

A freelance journalist, copywriter, and blogger with a background in digital production, Celeste Sunderland is currently based in Berlin, Germany. Originally from Rhode Island, she has lived in New York, Paris, and Berkeley, California, and writes about interesting people and places all over the world.