Berghain will reopen as an art gallery in September, it has been announced.
From 9th September, those wishing to visit the hallowed club will be able to book guided tours through its main room, Panorama Bar and Säule, where works from 85 Berlin-based artists will be on display. Among the artists featured in the exhibition are Wolfgang Tillmans, Olafur Eliasson and Tacita Dean, as well as Sandra Mujinga, Christine Sun Kim and Shirin Sabahi.
Berghain is hosting limited-capacity “sound exhibitions”.
The Berlin club announced in March that they would be suspending "self-produced" events taking place, including Panoramabar and Säule, until 20th April surrounding the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
While the pandemic escalated, Berghain's doors remained closed to the public, but have now re-opened for limited-capacity exhibitions. The first show, titled Eleven songs -- Hall at Berghain, is the brainchild of artistic duo Sam Auinger and Hannes Strobl.
Berghain has cancelled all "self-produced" events taking place in the club, including Panoramabar and Säule, until 20th April amid the “current health situation", supposedly surrounding the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Minor Science has announced his debut album, ‘Second Language’, which will arrive via Whities on 3rd April.
The record sees the producer, otherwise known as Angus Finlayson, explore his relationship with mother and adopted tongues, through tracks touching on electronica, musique concrete, electro, techno and alt-jazz.
Berghain’s Ostgut Ton imprint is celebrating its fifteenth birthday with Luke Slater's 'Fünfzehn' mix.
The release, slated to land on 3rd April, was created by the decade-spanning techno hero after revisiting the label's back catalogue. New compositions were then created from batches of ten releases, resulting in a 130-minute meld representing the sound of curator and the 15-year-old institution. Following the album, two 12"s will drop, containing a total of seven exclusive tracks, which will be available to stream and download.
Berghain's in-house label, Ostgut Ton, will celebrate its 15th anniversary across multiple cities throughout 2020.
With a current roster boasting the likes of Answer Code Request, Ben Klock, Kobosil, Martyn, and Phase Fatale, the Berlin-based label have promised acts from the roster "past, present and future," with line-ups for each Fünfzehn event announced on the night.
Berghain has confirmed the full line-up for its annual marathon Silvester New Year's event.
Kicking off at 1am on Wednesday, January 1st, the party will continue until sometimes on Friday, November 3rd with a number of DJs and live acts playing across four floors at the club in that time.
The main Berghain floor will host Marcel Dettmann, Dr. Rubinstein, Volvox, Barker, Luke Slater, and Kobosil, amongst others, over the course of the party.
Berghain resident Phase Fatale has announced a new album, ‘Scanning Backwards’, which lands on Ostgut Ton in the new year.
Eight tracks will feature on the record, slated to arrive on 24th January 2020. The music itself has been specifically designed for maximum impact on the dancefloor of the legendary Berlin venue, which celebrates its 15th birthday next month. It's the producer's second full-length work.
Berghain has announced a huge line-up for its 15th birthday celebrations.
The party will start at midnight on Saturday 14th December, running through until, as always with Klubnacht, sometime on Monday.
Berghain's 15th birthday will welcome a whopping 24 artists to the hallowed club, including Aurora Halal, Efdemin, Marcel Dettmann, Surgeon, Steffi and a live show from Caterina Barbieri in Halle, the rarely used third space.
Legendary Berghain bouncer Sven Marquardt will play the Berlin club's Hospital Productions Nacht in November.
The New York label will take over Berghain on the 22nd next month, with Sven Marquardt, Prurient and Moritz von Oswald all slated to perform.
Becka Diamond will also perform at the party, alongside Lizuiz and Skin Crime, who both play live, and Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement.