Since the pandemic spread across the world, many social places have been shut down. People have faced great losses and getting back to the usual lifestyle seems difficult. Due to social distancing, some public places have no use in functioning such as clubs.
One such club in Berlin the Berghain nightclub recently opened. The club had a total makeover: the place was designed and modified to be an art gallery. The place exhibited 115 artistic work done by Berlin-based artists. The artwork consists of photography, sculpture, painting, drawings, video displays, and sound effect performances this group exhibition is called “Studio Berlin”.
The artwork selected for display were all selected by Sammlung Boros and Karen. The idea came up in a conversation say Karen and Juliet Kothe director at Sammlung Boros “we have strong ties to artists living in the city and when er approached them, they had a further suggestion on who to involve and introduce us to emerging artists.”
Here at the exhibition photography is strictly prohibited not to maintain the name club’s name but just keeping their usual secrecy. Black stickers are put over the cameras of the visitor’s phones. The proceeds of Studio Berlin go straight to Berghain, this is nothing of sort for business as all the art gallery are struggling in the pandemic, it is just keeping the will of art afloat during a crisis as this even though its not common for art to emerge at a place like a club.
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