Berghain will try to reduce the effects of pandemic on the venue as an art gallery with the income that’d gain by opening its doors to visitors.
Berghain will open its doors to visitors as an art gallery on 9 of September.
In this way, this entire legendary club will have opened its doors to visitors for the first time since March. The Halle Am Barghain zone of the club hosted a limited number of art-lover for the show of sound installation between 15 July and 2 August.
Visitors will have the chance to witness the exhibition that includes the works of 85 Berlin artist, including Wolfgang Tillmans, Sandra Mujinga, Tacita Dean, Christine Sun Kim, Shirin Sabahi and Olafur Eliasson. The composed exhibition, called “Studio Berlin”, will spread over an area of 3,500 squaremeters of Berghain. The big parts of the club such as Panorama Bar, Säule and Halle are all included to the exhibition area.
All the incomes from this event, lead by the collectors Christian and Karen Boros, will be transmitted to the club in order to decrease the effect of difficult times that Barghain faced due to pandemic.
The other clubs of Berlin also try different ways to get income. Some of them started to run as beer and pizza garden status along with strict bannings of dance restrictions.
For the details about the exhibition, visit this page.