Guido Brancher understands himself as a cultural mediator, a mediator of all cultures.
Since his move to Berlin 2017 he has become an integrate part of the city’s creative scene. He creates inspiring and unique salon-style experiences and can bring to these exploratory discussions some of the most interesting minds around.
Born and raised in Dusseldorf (Germany), art is in his DNA. From adolescence on, he hung around the galleries and artists of the renowned art-academy of his native city, such as Joseph Beuys, Gerhard Richter and Jörg Immendorf. Later on it was the photography of artist/professors Bernd and Hilla Becher whose images showed beauty and poetry in the ordinary that formed his vision.
He studied design and art history at PARSONS in Paris and New York where he dove into the exuberant creativity of the post-Warholian night life. His diploma in hand, he worked as a fashion designer for prestigious houses in Paris and the US before opening his own small couture house in Los Angeles.
On his return to Europe he realized that fashion was now less about creation and more about story-telling and brand strategies. As a result he broadened his field of action and worked for leading creative agencies in Paris.
He took the opportunity to switch to the client side when the GRAND PALAIS offered him new opportunities, first in fund raising, then in event organisation.
Now working out of Berlin, which he considers to be the current European epicenter of young creativity and cultural experimentation, he organizes cultural events and insider tours to share his passion for this vibrant city with others.
He always vindicated being a tourist wherever he lived and never took these magical places for granted. The extensive address-book he was able to acquire through the years enables him to open all kinds of doors for the the clients he works with.
He is trilingual in French, German and English.
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