Studio Berlin - Guided Tours

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  • The STUDIO BERLIN exhibition in Berghain, organized by the Boros Foundation, presents works of contemporary artists who live and work in Berlin. The show features national and international Perspectives in the fields of photography, sculpture, painting, video, sound and installation. After being closed for eight months, the exhibition, which was only accessible for a few weeks last year, will reopen on June 18. The exhibition space was altered during the period of closure. The adjoining Halle am Berghain is no longer part of the show; instead, spaces that are still unknown to the public have been integrated. In addition to the works that were already on view in the initial version of the exhibition, works by Monira Al Qadiri & Raed Yassin, Andrea Büttner, Haris Epaminonda, Bastian Gehbauer, Hannah Hallermann, Constantin Hartenstein, Camille Henrot, Amalie Jakobsen, Tony Just, Simon Mullan, Kirsten Pieroth, Mary-Audrey Ramirez, Aaron Scheer, Nadine Schemmann, Marianna Simnett, Sung Tieu and Kandis Williams will be on display. New works will be integrated throughout the exhibition continuously. Artists' studios are venues for discussion, reflection, translation, analysis, and conceptual thinking. The focus of the exhibition is still the studio as a space for contemplation and production. On Wednesdays and Thursdays the exhibition can only be visited with guided tours in small groups accompanied by an art educator. These start every 15 minutes and are conducted in English or German. Visitors, who would like to see the exhibition without an art mediator have the possibility to visit the house on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Personalized online tickets with a time slot for a scheduled tour or an open house visit can be purchased with our online booking system. Entry from 16 and up.
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