The notorious Berlin nightspot will again be throwing open its doors and this time it will be the whole of Berghain that will be accessible to the public. We brought you news a short while ago that the club would be home to an art installation “Eleven songs – Hall at Berghain” but this new installation will be showcasing works of art created during the lockdown period by 85 Berlin-based artists, including established figures such as Olafur Eliasson, Tacita Dean and Wolfgang Tillmans and younger names such as Shirin Sabahi, Christine Sun Kim and Sandra Mujinga. The project titled ‘Studio Berlin’ has been organised by art collector couple Christian and Karen Boros but does not feature works by the couple themselves.
In addition to the art installation, Berghain will also be providing guided tours of the hallowed spaces of the entire club that include the main dancefloor of Berghain and Panorama Bar. The strict no phone policy will be adhered to and this never-before chance to walk through the club will help to keep the club afloat during this difficult time until the club can open its doors for parties once again. So, as well as taking a tour of one of the hardest clubs in the world to get into you will also be helping to keep the much-loved venue in business.