Studio Berlin

Studio Berlin

From 09 September 2020

In the Berghain premises, including the Panorama Bar, Säule and Hall at Wriezener Bahnhof, Berlin studios present their contemporary productions.

  • Studio Berlin (2)© Rirkrit Tiravanija
    A banner with the inscription "Morgen ist die Frage" ("Tomorrow is the question") hangs on the Berghain building.
  • Studio Berlin (1)© Max von Gumpenberg
    The organizers of the exhibition, Juliet Kothe, Karen Boros and Christian Boros stand in front of the Berghain.
  • Eingang des Berghains© dpa
    Entrance of the Berghain

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Photographs, installations, paintings, sculptures, performances, video and sound installations by over 80 contemporary artists who live and work in Berlin will be displayed.

«Studio Berlin» is organized by the Boros Foundation and is intended not only to provide a plattform for artists living in Berlin to present their work, but also to reflect the changes in art and society. The project brings together two spheres of public life that have been particularly affected by the Corona crisis: clubs and art galleries.

Boros meets Berghain: Participating artists

The exhibition Studio Berlin at Berghain shows works by a variety of renowned artists. Among others, guests can look at works of art by Nevin Aladağ, Monica Bonvicini, Julian Charrière, Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg, Olafur Eliasson, Isa Genzken, Gregor Hildebrandt, Anne Imhof, Iman Issa, Cosima zu Knyphausen, Alicja Kwade, Oliver Laric, Sven Marquardt, Robin Rhode, Shirin Sabahi, Cemile Sahin, Thomas Scheibitz, Christine Sun Kim, Wolfgang Tillmans, Raphaela Vogel, He Xiangyu and Thomas Zipp.

At a glance

What: Studio Berlin
When: From September 9th
Where: Berghain
Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday from 11:45 to 20:00 pm (guided tour); Saturday and Sunday from 11:45 to 22:00 pm (Open House)
Entry fee: 20 Euro, reduced 10 Euro (guided tour); 18 Euro, reduced 9 Euro (Open House)
Please note: There is a prohibition on film and photography for the exhibition. Guests must be 16 years or older.


Am Wriezener Bahnhof
10243 Berlin
Eduardo Paolozzi
© dpa

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Last edited: 9. September 2020