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Tanzverbot: Kein Halt mehr

In the currently unreal, deserted rooms of the Ritter Butzke club, an exhibition is showing works by Berlin photographer Nietze Schmidt, among others.

The Ritter Butzke is making a virtue of necessity during the Corona pandemic and opening its doors for an exciting art project. Guests can visit the empty dance floors, follow a live stream and discover various art objects and photographs. The exhibition "Tanzverbot" shows, among other things, the photo project "Kein Halt mehr" by Nietze Schmidt, works by the artist-collective "Planet Trash", the painter Britta von Willert and the street art artist Hoya as well as an installation by Jens Junge.

At a glance

Tanzverbot: a photographic club night
Ritter Butzke
11 February 2022
5 March 2022
Opening hours
18 and 19 February from 4 to 10 p.m., 20 February from 2 to 8 p.m., 24 to 26 February from 4 to 10 p.m., 27 February from 2 to 8 p.m.
Admission Fee
10 Euro
Tickets are only available on site
Please note
2G++ applies (negative coronal test required, also for boostered). There is a test centre on site.

Ritter Butzke

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10969 Berlin

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Last edited: 28 February 2022