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Deliciously retro and absolutely original, Cirque Le Roux delves into a smoky monochrome world of circus arts, Hollywood film noir and physical theatre

Welcome to the luxurious estate of Miss Betty. Caught between her desperate husband, a cheerful best-man, two fumbling butlers and a lustful admirer, our hostess slips away from her wedding reception into a secluded smoking lounge. Cigars, whisky, slapstick and remarkable acrobatics culminate into a turbulent amorous intrigue. Hidden amongst the darkly decadent ambiance, past the quarrels and false pretenses, is an elephant in the room that’s taking up more and more space…

The Neue Nationalgalerie
Its Architect and Its Building History

For its reopening the Neue Nationalgalerie is devoting a special exhibition area to the history of its building and the work of its architect, Mies van der Rohe. The two major emphases are on the period of its construction (1965–1968) and its thorough refurbishment by David Chipperfield architects over the past six years (2015–2021). Selected works of art from the Nationalgalerie’s collection relating to the museum’s architecture supplement the documentary exhibit. Along with works by Josef Albers and Isa Genzken, most recent works by Michael Wesely and Veronika Kellndorfer dealing with the renovation are on display.

DARK MATTER is a parallel cosmos of expansive light installations in which the boundaries between the real and the digital worlds become blurred. Within the pitch-black rooms of a converted factory, the visitor embarks on a journey through seven partly interactive works. Light, movement and sound fuse into emotional choreographies of luminous shapes and colors

Built across 1,000 square meters of exhibition space, DARK MATTER presents a range of multimedia installations.

These vary from breathtakingly intimate light compositions, to interactive walk-in structures, and room-encompassing audiovisual performances. Some works are supported with a worldwide unique 3D-soundsystem. Each room possesses an own individual atmosphere that unfolds upon entry, creating a holistic and one-of-a-kind experience; a space to be enjoyed by visitors of all ages and backgrounds.

With “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures” the URBAN NATION Museum presents the first comprehensive retrospective of Martha Cooper’s photographic work to date. Using photographs and personal objects, the exhibition, which spans six decades, traces Martha Cooper’s life and pays tribute to her as an important documentarist of the worldwide Urban Art movement

The retrospective at the URBAN NATION Museum is the institution’s first photo and documentary exhibition. “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures” sets new trends in the museum program. The curators Steven P. Harrington and Jaime Rojo (Brooklyn Street Art) in close cooperation with Martha Cooper, have created a multimedia exhibition in which artistic works and documentary material are juxtaposed.

Visitors will receive an exclusive insight into Martha Cooper’s collection of sketchbooks (so-called “Black Books”) and memorabilia as well as into her extensive photo archive. Numerous objects from her personal collection contextualize her work and its cultural and historical relevance.

 

The Humboldt Lab’s inaugural exhibition

What to expect

Global environmental changes not only pose a threat to the very basis of our livelihoods; they also have far-reaching repercussions for the political and social structures of societies. The Humboldt Lab’s inaugural exhibition After Nature deals with the interdependencies of climate change and the loss of biodiversity and with worldwide challenges to democratic principles of order.

 

WITNESSING HISTORY 19.03.2022 – 07.05.2022

The exhibition »Witnessing History« presents a fine selection of 40 iconic photographic works from the history of photo journalism, that have a major historic and art historic importance. Amongst others, works by Thomas Hoepker, Robert Lebeck, Steve Schapiro, Robert Capa, Dorothea Lange, Ernst Haas, Henri Cartier-Bresson, and Robert Polidori are on view.

Photography, Fine Arts, and Fashion since 1900

Fashion and art are mirrors of social changes and individual needs. In the collection of the Berlinische Galerie, this theme is present in surprising and diverse ways. In addition to numerous fashion photographs spanning the twentieth century, just as many  paintings and drawings testify to the role of fashion as a means of expression and representation of a particular era: from the reform dress around 1900 and the Dada dandies of the 1920s to avant-garde clothing designs in contemporary art.

Deliciously retro and absolutely original, Cirque Le Roux delves into a smoky monochrome world of circus arts, Hollywood film noir and physical theatre

Welcome to the luxurious estate of Miss Betty. Caught between her desperate husband, a cheerful best-man, two fumbling butlers and a lustful admirer, our hostess slips away from her wedding reception into a secluded smoking lounge. Cigars, whisky, slapstick and remarkable acrobatics culminate into a turbulent amorous intrigue. Hidden amongst the darkly decadent ambiance, past the quarrels and false pretenses, is an elephant in the room that’s taking up more and more space…

The Neue Nationalgalerie
Its Architect and Its Building History

For its reopening the Neue Nationalgalerie is devoting a special exhibition area to the history of its building and the work of its architect, Mies van der Rohe. The two major emphases are on the period of its construction (1965–1968) and its thorough refurbishment by David Chipperfield architects over the past six years (2015–2021). Selected works of art from the Nationalgalerie’s collection relating to the museum’s architecture supplement the documentary exhibit. Along with works by Josef Albers and Isa Genzken, most recent works by Michael Wesely and Veronika Kellndorfer dealing with the renovation are on display.

WITNESSING HISTORY 19.03.2022 – 07.05.2022

The exhibition »Witnessing History« presents a fine selection of 40 iconic photographic works from the history of photo journalism, that have a major historic and art historic importance. Amongst others, works by Thomas Hoepker, Robert Lebeck, Steve Schapiro, Robert Capa, Dorothea Lange, Ernst Haas, Henri Cartier-Bresson, and Robert Polidori are on view.

Grimson returns to Berlin with the full band for a headline show at Marie Antoinette! This time with special guests Lover Buffet and Emma Nydén!
“Grimson is the new musical multi-media project from singer/songwriter and animator Aiden Berglund. Berglund got his start writing and performing melancholic indie folk in New York, then moved to Berlin mid-pandemic and began expanding his creative horizons with his new project, Grimson. Berglund’s inspirations as of late instead incorporate expansive art rock arrangements, krautrock rhythms, electronic flourishes, and a stirring melodic core, as seen on his latest singles, ‘How Come No One Told Me’ and ‘Good Dreams.’”
– Under The Radar Magazine
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmK_PxEUfew…
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZSj0x8qYxo…

Photography, Fine Arts, and Fashion since 1900

Fashion and art are mirrors of social changes and individual needs. In the collection of the Berlinische Galerie, this theme is present in surprising and diverse ways. In addition to numerous fashion photographs spanning the twentieth century, just as many  paintings and drawings testify to the role of fashion as a means of expression and representation of a particular era: from the reform dress around 1900 and the Dada dandies of the 1920s to avant-garde clothing designs in contemporary art.

With “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures” the URBAN NATION Museum presents the first comprehensive retrospective of Martha Cooper’s photographic work to date. Using photographs and personal objects, the exhibition, which spans six decades, traces Martha Cooper’s life and pays tribute to her as an important documentarist of the worldwide Urban Art movement

The retrospective at the URBAN NATION Museum is the institution’s first photo and documentary exhibition. “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures” sets new trends in the museum program. The curators Steven P. Harrington and Jaime Rojo (Brooklyn Street Art) in close cooperation with Martha Cooper, have created a multimedia exhibition in which artistic works and documentary material are juxtaposed.

Visitors will receive an exclusive insight into Martha Cooper’s collection of sketchbooks (so-called “Black Books”) and memorabilia as well as into her extensive photo archive. Numerous objects from her personal collection contextualize her work and its cultural and historical relevance.

 

DARK MATTER is a parallel cosmos of expansive light installations in which the boundaries between the real and the digital worlds become blurred. Within the pitch-black rooms of a converted factory, the visitor embarks on a journey through seven partly interactive works. Light, movement and sound fuse into emotional choreographies of luminous shapes and colors

Built across 1,000 square meters of exhibition space, DARK MATTER presents a range of multimedia installations.

These vary from breathtakingly intimate light compositions, to interactive walk-in structures, and room-encompassing audiovisual performances. Some works are supported with a worldwide unique 3D-soundsystem. Each room possesses an own individual atmosphere that unfolds upon entry, creating a holistic and one-of-a-kind experience; a space to be enjoyed by visitors of all ages and backgrounds.

Deliciously retro and absolutely original, Cirque Le Roux delves into a smoky monochrome world of circus arts, Hollywood film noir and physical theatre

Welcome to the luxurious estate of Miss Betty. Caught between her desperate husband, a cheerful best-man, two fumbling butlers and a lustful admirer, our hostess slips away from her wedding reception into a secluded smoking lounge. Cigars, whisky, slapstick and remarkable acrobatics culminate into a turbulent amorous intrigue. Hidden amongst the darkly decadent ambiance, past the quarrels and false pretenses, is an elephant in the room that’s taking up more and more space…

The Neue Nationalgalerie
Its Architect and Its Building History

For its reopening the Neue Nationalgalerie is devoting a special exhibition area to the history of its building and the work of its architect, Mies van der Rohe. The two major emphases are on the period of its construction (1965–1968) and its thorough refurbishment by David Chipperfield architects over the past six years (2015–2021). Selected works of art from the Nationalgalerie’s collection relating to the museum’s architecture supplement the documentary exhibit. Along with works by Josef Albers and Isa Genzken, most recent works by Michael Wesely and Veronika Kellndorfer dealing with the renovation are on display.

WITNESSING HISTORY 19.03.2022 – 07.05.2022

The exhibition »Witnessing History« presents a fine selection of 40 iconic photographic works from the history of photo journalism, that have a major historic and art historic importance. Amongst others, works by Thomas Hoepker, Robert Lebeck, Steve Schapiro, Robert Capa, Dorothea Lange, Ernst Haas, Henri Cartier-Bresson, and Robert Polidori are on view.

The Humboldt Lab’s inaugural exhibition

What to expect

Global environmental changes not only pose a threat to the very basis of our livelihoods; they also have far-reaching repercussions for the political and social structures of societies. The Humboldt Lab’s inaugural exhibition After Nature deals with the interdependencies of climate change and the loss of biodiversity and with worldwide challenges to democratic principles of order.

 

Photography, Fine Arts, and Fashion since 1900

Fashion and art are mirrors of social changes and individual needs. In the collection of the Berlinische Galerie, this theme is present in surprising and diverse ways. In addition to numerous fashion photographs spanning the twentieth century, just as many  paintings and drawings testify to the role of fashion as a means of expression and representation of a particular era: from the reform dress around 1900 and the Dada dandies of the 1920s to avant-garde clothing designs in contemporary art.

With “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures” the URBAN NATION Museum presents the first comprehensive retrospective of Martha Cooper’s photographic work to date. Using photographs and personal objects, the exhibition, which spans six decades, traces Martha Cooper’s life and pays tribute to her as an important documentarist of the worldwide Urban Art movement

The retrospective at the URBAN NATION Museum is the institution’s first photo and documentary exhibition. “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures” sets new trends in the museum program. The curators Steven P. Harrington and Jaime Rojo (Brooklyn Street Art) in close cooperation with Martha Cooper, have created a multimedia exhibition in which artistic works and documentary material are juxtaposed.

Visitors will receive an exclusive insight into Martha Cooper’s collection of sketchbooks (so-called “Black Books”) and memorabilia as well as into her extensive photo archive. Numerous objects from her personal collection contextualize her work and its cultural and historical relevance.

 

DARK MATTER is a parallel cosmos of expansive light installations in which the boundaries between the real and the digital worlds become blurred. Within the pitch-black rooms of a converted factory, the visitor embarks on a journey through seven partly interactive works. Light, movement and sound fuse into emotional choreographies of luminous shapes and colors

Built across 1,000 square meters of exhibition space, DARK MATTER presents a range of multimedia installations.

These vary from breathtakingly intimate light compositions, to interactive walk-in structures, and room-encompassing audiovisual performances. Some works are supported with a worldwide unique 3D-soundsystem. Each room possesses an own individual atmosphere that unfolds upon entry, creating a holistic and one-of-a-kind experience; a space to be enjoyed by visitors of all ages and backgrounds.

Deliciously retro and absolutely original, Cirque Le Roux delves into a smoky monochrome world of circus arts, Hollywood film noir and physical theatre

Welcome to the luxurious estate of Miss Betty. Caught between her desperate husband, a cheerful best-man, two fumbling butlers and a lustful admirer, our hostess slips away from her wedding reception into a secluded smoking lounge. Cigars, whisky, slapstick and remarkable acrobatics culminate into a turbulent amorous intrigue. Hidden amongst the darkly decadent ambiance, past the quarrels and false pretenses, is an elephant in the room that’s taking up more and more space…

The Neue Nationalgalerie
Its Architect and Its Building History

For its reopening the Neue Nationalgalerie is devoting a special exhibition area to the history of its building and the work of its architect, Mies van der Rohe. The two major emphases are on the period of its construction (1965–1968) and its thorough refurbishment by David Chipperfield architects over the past six years (2015–2021). Selected works of art from the Nationalgalerie’s collection relating to the museum’s architecture supplement the documentary exhibit. Along with works by Josef Albers and Isa Genzken, most recent works by Michael Wesely and Veronika Kellndorfer dealing with the renovation are on display.

The Humboldt Lab’s inaugural exhibition

What to expect

Global environmental changes not only pose a threat to the very basis of our livelihoods; they also have far-reaching repercussions for the political and social structures of societies. The Humboldt Lab’s inaugural exhibition After Nature deals with the interdependencies of climate change and the loss of biodiversity and with worldwide challenges to democratic principles of order.

 

Welcome to the roaring twenties! at the Wintergarten Varieté – an iridescent evening blurring the lines of today and yesterday is on the menu. The opulent show production 20 20 – The Twenties Variety Revue harks back to Berlin’s most sinful decade – the golden 1920s – while at the same time diving head first into the new 2020s. Not only the stage, but the ambience of the entire building transfigures, true to form, into the perfect 1920s establishment. Together, the Berlin directors Pierre Caesar and Markus Pabst, as well as the talented composer and entertainer Jack Woodhead, resurrect an epoch in which audiences were as addicted to entertainment as they are again today. Always searching for ever new, frivolous sensations.

With “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures” the URBAN NATION Museum presents the first comprehensive retrospective of Martha Cooper’s photographic work to date. Using photographs and personal objects, the exhibition, which spans six decades, traces Martha Cooper’s life and pays tribute to her as an important documentarist of the worldwide Urban Art movement

The retrospective at the URBAN NATION Museum is the institution’s first photo and documentary exhibition. “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures” sets new trends in the museum program. The curators Steven P. Harrington and Jaime Rojo (Brooklyn Street Art) in close cooperation with Martha Cooper, have created a multimedia exhibition in which artistic works and documentary material are juxtaposed.

Visitors will receive an exclusive insight into Martha Cooper’s collection of sketchbooks (so-called “Black Books”) and memorabilia as well as into her extensive photo archive. Numerous objects from her personal collection contextualize her work and its cultural and historical relevance.

 

DARK MATTER is a parallel cosmos of expansive light installations in which the boundaries between the real and the digital worlds become blurred. Within the pitch-black rooms of a converted factory, the visitor embarks on a journey through seven partly interactive works. Light, movement and sound fuse into emotional choreographies of luminous shapes and colors

Built across 1,000 square meters of exhibition space, DARK MATTER presents a range of multimedia installations.

These vary from breathtakingly intimate light compositions, to interactive walk-in structures, and room-encompassing audiovisual performances. Some works are supported with a worldwide unique 3D-soundsystem. Each room possesses an own individual atmosphere that unfolds upon entry, creating a holistic and one-of-a-kind experience; a space to be enjoyed by visitors of all ages and backgrounds.

Welcome to the roaring twenties! at the Wintergarten Varieté – an iridescent evening blurring the lines of today and yesterday is on the menu. The opulent show production 20 20 – The Twenties Variety Revue harks back to Berlin’s most sinful decade – the golden 1920s – while at the same time diving head first into the new 2020s. Not only the stage, but the ambience of the entire building transfigures, true to form, into the perfect 1920s establishment. Together, the Berlin directors Pierre Caesar and Markus Pabst, as well as the talented composer and entertainer Jack Woodhead, resurrect an epoch in which audiences were as addicted to entertainment as they are again today. Always searching for ever new, frivolous sensations.

With “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures” the URBAN NATION Museum presents the first comprehensive retrospective of Martha Cooper’s photographic work to date. Using photographs and personal objects, the exhibition, which spans six decades, traces Martha Cooper’s life and pays tribute to her as an important documentarist of the worldwide Urban Art movement

The retrospective at the URBAN NATION Museum is the institution’s first photo and documentary exhibition. “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures” sets new trends in the museum program. The curators Steven P. Harrington and Jaime Rojo (Brooklyn Street Art) in close cooperation with Martha Cooper, have created a multimedia exhibition in which artistic works and documentary material are juxtaposed.

Visitors will receive an exclusive insight into Martha Cooper’s collection of sketchbooks (so-called “Black Books”) and memorabilia as well as into her extensive photo archive. Numerous objects from her personal collection contextualize her work and its cultural and historical relevance.

 

The Humboldt Lab’s inaugural exhibition

What to expect

Global environmental changes not only pose a threat to the very basis of our livelihoods; they also have far-reaching repercussions for the political and social structures of societies. The Humboldt Lab’s inaugural exhibition After Nature deals with the interdependencies of climate change and the loss of biodiversity and with worldwide challenges to democratic principles of order.

 

The Neue Nationalgalerie
Its Architect and Its Building History

For its reopening the Neue Nationalgalerie is devoting a special exhibition area to the history of its building and the work of its architect, Mies van der Rohe. The two major emphases are on the period of its construction (1965–1968) and its thorough refurbishment by David Chipperfield architects over the past six years (2015–2021). Selected works of art from the Nationalgalerie’s collection relating to the museum’s architecture supplement the documentary exhibit. Along with works by Josef Albers and Isa Genzken, most recent works by Michael Wesely and Veronika Kellndorfer dealing with the renovation are on display.

The Neue Nationalgalerie
Its Architect and Its Building History

For its reopening the Neue Nationalgalerie is devoting a special exhibition area to the history of its building and the work of its architect, Mies van der Rohe. The two major emphases are on the period of its construction (1965–1968) and its thorough refurbishment by David Chipperfield architects over the past six years (2015–2021). Selected works of art from the Nationalgalerie’s collection relating to the museum’s architecture supplement the documentary exhibit. Along with works by Josef Albers and Isa Genzken, most recent works by Michael Wesely and Veronika Kellndorfer dealing with the renovation are on display.

The Humboldt Lab’s inaugural exhibition

What to expect

Global environmental changes not only pose a threat to the very basis of our livelihoods; they also have far-reaching repercussions for the political and social structures of societies. The Humboldt Lab’s inaugural exhibition After Nature deals with the interdependencies of climate change and the loss of biodiversity and with worldwide challenges to democratic principles of order.

 

Design market with over 200 exhibitors from the fields of design, fashion, street food, jewelry and art, who present their creative and high-quality products.

In addition, there is a wide range of creative DIY workshops, Christmas chill-out oases and much more.

What do we see? What does it mean to be watched? How does being observed change the way we behave?

In Circa’s Peepshow, a team of acrobats challenge our preconceived notions of voyeurism, contact and intimacy.

Combining elements of circus, cabaret and burlesque in a beautifully bizarre hall of mirrors Circa’s Peepshow is inviting, but also enticingly eerie. Fascinating, wonderful and unsettling all at once.

Over two acts, Circa’s Peepshow sees the acrobats flirt with the possible. They bend to the extreme, build swaying towers of balanced bodies and display intricate aerials. Lightly, powerfully and playfully.

Let’s dance to Joy Division & celebrate the irony…

Britpop, Indie, Post-Punk, New Wave & Beyond 1980-2010

WE LOVE ♥
Joy Division // The Wombats // The Smiths // Pulp // The Libertines // Blur // Pixies // New Order // Bloc Party // The Kooks // Maximo Park // Iggy Pop // Franz Ferdinand …

Indie-Party Like It’s 200X

With “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures” the URBAN NATION Museum presents the first comprehensive retrospective of Martha Cooper’s photographic work to date. Using photographs and personal objects, the exhibition, which spans six decades, traces Martha Cooper’s life and pays tribute to her as an important documentarist of the worldwide Urban Art movement

The retrospective at the URBAN NATION Museum is the institution’s first photo and documentary exhibition. “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures” sets new trends in the museum program. The curators Steven P. Harrington and Jaime Rojo (Brooklyn Street Art) in close cooperation with Martha Cooper, have created a multimedia exhibition in which artistic works and documentary material are juxtaposed.

Visitors will receive an exclusive insight into Martha Cooper’s collection of sketchbooks (so-called “Black Books”) and memorabilia as well as into her extensive photo archive. Numerous objects from her personal collection contextualize her work and its cultural and historical relevance.

 

The Neue Nationalgalerie
Its Architect and Its Building History

For its reopening the Neue Nationalgalerie is devoting a special exhibition area to the history of its building and the work of its architect, Mies van der Rohe. The two major emphases are on the period of its construction (1965–1968) and its thorough refurbishment by David Chipperfield architects over the past six years (2015–2021). Selected works of art from the Nationalgalerie’s collection relating to the museum’s architecture supplement the documentary exhibit. Along with works by Josef Albers and Isa Genzken, most recent works by Michael Wesely and Veronika Kellndorfer dealing with the renovation are on display.

MAINFLOOR:

HEIDI
DUSKY

WATERFLOOR:

YULIA NIKO
LEO POL (LIVE)
KRISTIN VELVET
REVIVIS B2B LONDRO

No presale – Tickets only on the door!

2G (proof of vaccination or recovery is mandatory to enter the venue)

Award-winning contemporary circus ensemble Circa take us on a stirring journey of what it means to be human and of how our bodies, our connections and our aspirations all form part of who we are

Ten acrobats question what it means to be human, displaying the radical physicality that is Circa’s trademark. How much can we carry? And who can we trust to support our load?

Complex choreographies appear light and playful. The laws of gravity don’t seem to apply as the acrobats leap into the air, fall with a smile, twist into one another and build intricate sculptures with their bodies.

 

Welcome to the roaring twenties! at the Wintergarten Varieté – an iridescent evening blurring the lines of today and yesterday is on the menu. The opulent show production 20 20 – The Twenties Variety Revue harks back to Berlin’s most sinful decade – the golden 1920s – while at the same time diving head first into the new 2020s. Not only the stage, but the ambience of the entire building transfigures, true to form, into the perfect 1920s establishment. Together, the Berlin directors Pierre Caesar and Markus Pabst, as well as the talented composer and entertainer Jack Woodhead, resurrect an epoch in which audiences were as addicted to entertainment as they are again today. Always searching for ever new, frivolous sensations.

The Humboldt Lab’s inaugural exhibition

What to expect

Global environmental changes not only pose a threat to the very basis of our livelihoods; they also have far-reaching repercussions for the political and social structures of societies. The Humboldt Lab’s inaugural exhibition After Nature deals with the interdependencies of climate change and the loss of biodiversity and with worldwide challenges to democratic principles of order.

Welcome to the roaring twenties! at the Wintergarten Varieté – an iridescent evening blurring the lines of today and yesterday is on the menu. The opulent show production 20 20 – The Twenties Variety Revue harks back to Berlin’s most sinful decade – the golden 1920s – while at the same time diving head first into the new 2020s. Not only the stage, but the ambience of the entire building transfigures, true to form, into the perfect 1920s establishment. Together, the Berlin directors Pierre Caesar and Markus Pabst, as well as the talented composer and entertainer Jack Woodhead, resurrect an epoch in which audiences were as addicted to entertainment as they are again today. Always searching for ever new, frivolous sensations.

Award-winning contemporary circus ensemble Circa take us on a stirring journey of what it means to be human and of how our bodies, our connections and our aspirations all form part of who we are

Ten acrobats question what it means to be human, displaying the radical physicality that is Circa’s trademark. How much can we carry? And who can we trust to support our load?

Complex choreographies appear light and playful. The laws of gravity don’t seem to apply as the acrobats leap into the air, fall with a smile, twist into one another and build intricate sculptures with their bodies.

 

Since January 2015, ‚Street Food Auf Achse ‚ has been inviting guests each Sunday to  the grounds of the KulturBrauerei in Prenzlauer Berg.

The Market is a platform for all the great, unusual, colorful professional food trucks based in Berlin and the surrounding area. In addition to the offerings of the trucks, there will of course also be a variety of stalls all cooking, sizzling and experimenting.

This will be the final day before the winter break!

 

Since January 2015, ‚Street Food Auf Achse ‚ has been inviting guests each Sunday to  the grounds of the KulturBrauerei in Prenzlauer Berg.

The Market is a platform for all the great, unusual, colorful professional food trucks based in Berlin and the surrounding area. In addition to the offerings of the trucks, there will of course also be a variety of stalls all cooking, sizzling and experimenting.

 

 

Award-winning contemporary circus ensemble Circa take us on a stirring journey of what it means to be human and of how our bodies, our connections and our aspirations all form part of who we are

Ten acrobats question what it means to be human, displaying the radical physicality that is Circa’s trademark. How much can we carry? And who can we trust to support our load?

Complex choreographies appear light and playful. The laws of gravity don’t seem to apply as the acrobats leap into the air, fall with a smile, twist into one another and build intricate sculptures with their bodies.

 

Since January 2015, ‚Street Food Auf Achse ‚ has been inviting guests each Sunday to  the grounds of the KulturBrauerei in Prenzlauer Berg.

The Market is a platform for all the great, unusual, colorful professional food trucks based in Berlin and the surrounding area. In addition to the offerings of the trucks, there will of course also be a variety of stalls all cooking, sizzling and experimenting.

 

 

Since January 2015, ‚Street Food Auf Achse ‚ has been inviting guests each Sunday to  the grounds of the KulturBrauerei in Prenzlauer Berg.

The Market is a platform for all the great, unusual, colorful professional food trucks based in Berlin and the surrounding area. In addition to the offerings of the trucks, there will of course also be a variety of stalls all cooking, sizzling and experimenting.

 

 

Since January 2015, ‚Street Food Auf Achse ‚ has been inviting guests each Sunday to  the grounds of the KulturBrauerei in Prenzlauer Berg.

The Market is a platform for all the great, unusual, colorful professional food trucks based in Berlin and the surrounding area. In addition to the offerings of the trucks, there will of course also be a variety of stalls all cooking, sizzling and experimenting.

 

 

Award-winning contemporary circus ensemble Circa take us on a stirring journey of what it means to be human and of how our bodies, our connections and our aspirations all form part of who we are

Ten acrobats question what it means to be human, displaying the radical physicality that is Circa’s trademark. How much can we carry? And who can we trust to support our load?

Complex choreographies appear light and playful. The laws of gravity don’t seem to apply as the acrobats leap into the air, fall with a smile, twist into one another and build intricate sculptures with their bodies.

 

It is the love story of the American Lost Generation. And it is the ballet event of this fall: THE GREAT GATSBY. The international show project, whose premiere was prepared by the best ballet masters from three continents, is now coming to Germany for only three performances.

The international team stands for highest dance quality, innovation and creativity:

Denis Matvienko – world ballet legend, principal dancer of the Mariinsky Theatre and the only dancer with four major international ballet awards.

Dwight Rhoden – the most sought-after choreographer in contemporary dance, founder and art director of Complexions Contemporary Ballet, choreographer of Cirque de Soleil, Madonna, Prince and U2 shows.

Konstantin Meladze – one of the most influential composers in Eastern Europe.

 

Since January 2015, ‚Street Food Auf Achse ‚ has been inviting guests each Sunday to  the grounds of the KulturBrauerei in Prenzlauer Berg.

The Market is a platform for all the great, unusual, colorful professional food trucks based in Berlin and the surrounding area. In addition to the offerings of the trucks, there will of course also be a variety of stalls all cooking, sizzling and experimenting.

 

 

Festival for Music, Motorcycles & New Heritage

Here’s what they have to say:

„The Pure&Crafted Festival has always been distinguished by its unique mix. And to be honest, deep in our teenage souls we know what life is all about. It’s about motorbikes, music and cool stuff. But getting these three together is not always easy. That’s what Pure&Crafted is for.

Back in 2015 when it began, there was a new feeling in the air, old values were being rediscovered: good honest craftsmanship, handmade and analogue. Motorcycles with carburettors, guitar music, jeans made from selvedge denim. Custom bikes, guitar music and new-heritage rolled into one. The ultimate cocktail for the new summer of love.“

Award-winning contemporary circus ensemble Circa take us on a stirring journey of what it means to be human and of how our bodies, our connections and our aspirations all form part of who we are

Ten acrobats question what it means to be human, displaying the radical physicality that is Circa’s trademark. How much can we carry? And who can we trust to support our load?

Complex choreographies appear light and playful. The laws of gravity don’t seem to apply as the acrobats leap into the air, fall with a smile, twist into one another and build intricate sculptures with their bodies.

 

Sixties Underground festival in berlin with bands and vinyl DJs from all over europe! Live Show – Exhibition – Minigolf Action & more

Zu diesem Event

FRIDAY, Sept. 10

JAYBIRDS (AT)

MEN FROM SPECTRE (CH)

LAS SUECAS

SATURDAY, Sept 11

CRIMSON SHADOWS (SE)

BACKDOOR SOCIETY (IT)

BOBKAT’65 (ES)

International DJanes & DJs

Fred Bodysway (BE) – Mans Mansson & Anette (SE) – Jyrki (FIN) – Ana Bobkat (ES)- Mr. Klin (ES) – Jawa Jones (UK) – Gerry German (CH)- Suzy Creamcheese – Ben Jones – Face B

After the successful first edition last year, it was decided to integrate the Beer & Street Food Days as a permanent part of the Berlin Beer Week and expand it with many highlights!

From September 9th-12th, on the grounds of the Kulturbrauerei Berlin you will again be able to enjoy many great passionately brewed beers, accompanied by delicious street food and late summer festival atmosphere with live bands, street musicians and numerous other program highlights.

Yayoi Kusama: A Retrospective

A Bouquet of Love I Saw in the Universe

23 April to 15 August 2021

Yayoi Kusama is one of the world’s most important contemporary artists. In spring 2021, the Gropius Bau devotes the first comprehensive retrospective in Germany to Kusama’s work.

 

Paragons / Afterimages
Photographs from the Berlin University of the Arts 1850 – 1930

21.05.2021 to 05.09.2021
Museum für Fotografie Berlin

 

Anything goes? Berlin Architecture in the 1980’s @ Berlinishe Galerie: Museum of Modern Ar

Berlin boasts a unique concentration of noteworthy buildings from the 1980s, and more than 30 years later they deserve a review. The colourful diversity of this architectural vocabulary challenged previous ideas of living in the modern world.

 

 

A great way to relax and soak in the Berlin summer atmosphere. The Freiluftkino franchise has a very well programmed assortment of films, from main stream to arthouse, there is something for everybody. Check their website for program details.

 

 

Yayoi Kusama: A Retrospective

A Bouquet of Love I Saw in the Universe

23 April to 15 August 2021

Yayoi Kusama is one of the world’s most important contemporary artists. In spring 2021, the Gropius Bau devotes the first comprehensive retrospective in Germany to Kusama’s work.

 

Paragons / Afterimages
Photographs from the Berlin University of the Arts 1850 – 1930

21.05.2021 to 05.09.2021
Museum für Fotografie Berlin

 

Anything goes? Berlin Architecture in the 1980’s @ Berlinishe Galerie: Museum of Modern Ar

Berlin boasts a unique concentration of noteworthy buildings from the 1980s, and more than 30 years later they deserve a review. The colourful diversity of this architectural vocabulary challenged previous ideas of living in the modern world.

 

 

Yayoi Kusama: A Retrospective

A Bouquet of Love I Saw in the Universe

23 April to 15 August 2021

Yayoi Kusama is one of the world’s most important contemporary artists. In spring 2021, the Gropius Bau devotes the first comprehensive retrospective in Germany to Kusama’s work.

 

Paragons / Afterimages
Photographs from the Berlin University of the Arts 1850 – 1930

21.05.2021 to 05.09.2021
Museum für Fotografie Berlin

 

A great way to relax and soak in the Berlin summer atmosphere. The Freiluftkino franchise has a very well programmed assortment of films, from main stream to arthouse, there is something for everybody. Check their website for program details.

 

FRIDA (21:45)

Salma Hayek, Alfred Molina, Geoffrey Rush und Edward Norton in diesem mitreißenden Biopic über die Ausnahmekünstlerin und Ikone Frida Kahlo. Großes Kino auf der großen Leinwand. So soll es sein.

 

Join Circus receptionist and street art enthusiast Richard Fisher on a discovery walk of urban street art located throughout the districts of Mitte, Freidrichshain and Kreuzberg. Along with unearthing many of the amazing public commissioned murals scattered around town, you will also visit sub-culture hot spots such as: RAW-Gelände, Neurotitan Gallery and the Urban Spree Gallery, and get a feel of the gritty, vibrant neighborhoods that have become home for so many creative pieces.