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History of Berlin club culture to be explored in new exhibition, No Photos On The Dance Floor!

Ricardo Villalobos, Marcel Dettmann and Modeselektor are among the names involved... 

History of Berlin club culture to be explored in new exhibition, No Photos On The Dance Floor!
History of Berlin club culture to be explored in new exhibition, No Photos On The Dance Floor!

The history of Berlin club culture is explored in a new exhibition, fittingly entitled No Photos On The Dance Floor! Berlin 1989 - Today.

Taking place at C/O Berlin, in the German capital's Charlottenburg district, Felix and Heiko Hoffmann have curated a collection of images charting three decades of nightlife and rave in the city. 

The show officially opens on Friday 13th September and closes on Saturday 30th November. A launch party is set for tomorrow, Thursday 12th September, featuring talks from Ricardo Villalobos and Berghain bouncer Sven Marquardt. Modeselektor, Skate and Krsn will provide music.

Marcel Dettmann is among the names confirmed to speak at later dates, while local talent such as M.E.S.H., Beatrice Dillon, Breton and Bill Kouligas will play the gallery after hours on select late sessions. Take a look at the full programme here.

Those unable to make it might want to check the Sweet Harmony: Rave | Today exhibition at London's Saatchi Gallery instead, or the first ever UK showcase of pieces by the late Keith Haring, at Tate Liverpool— an artist whose highly politicised output is considered an extension of US and European music culture. Both are currently still running. 

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