Rirkrit Tiravanija, MORGEN IST DIE FRAGE for Studio Berlin 2020 at Berghain (installation rendering)
Rirkrit Tiravanija, MORGEN IST DIE FRAGE for Studio Berlin 2020 at Berghain (installation rendering)


In the STUDIO BERLIN exhibition, the Boros Foundation presents the works of over eighty contemporary artists who live and work in Berlin. The show features national and international perspectives in the fields of photography, sculpture, painting, video, sound, performance and installation. The exhibition, organized by Boros Foundation, will take place in Berghain, Panorama Bar, Säule and Halle.

The focus of the exhibition is the studio as a space for contemplation and production. Artists’ studios are venues for discussion, reflection, translation, analysis, and conceptual thinking. STUDIO BERLIN serves as a snapshot and exploration of the artists' current situation, documenting their point of view on today’s global shifts in socio-political paradigms.

Berlin has the highest density of studios and artists’ workshops in Europe, with artists from all over the world moving to the German capital. In Spring 2020 everything changed; planned exhibitions and art fairs were cancelled or postponed, galleries and museums closed and larger projects could not be executed inter alia. Similarly, clubs and nightlife in Berlin came to a sudden halt. The collaboration between Boros and Berghain emerged from this situation to offer Berlin-based artists a public platform to present their work and create a site for current dialogue.

The exhibition reflects a spectrum of perspectives from both up-and-coming and established artists. The network of exhibiting artists was selected independently of their galleries and remains open throughout the exhibition to continuously integrate new works.

Yero Adugna Eticha, Nevin Aladağ, Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili, Tamina Amadyar, Katja Aufleger, Sam Barker, Dirk Bell, Julius von Bismarck, Kévin Blinderman, John Bock, Monica Bonvicini, Leda Bourgogne, Marc Brandenburg, Angela Bulloch, Julian Charrière, Zuzanna Czebatul, Mariechen Danz, Jesse Darling, Tacita Dean, Simon Denny, Thea Djordjadze, Aleksandra Domanović, Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg, Sam Durant, Marte Eknæs, Olafur Eliasson, Elmgreen & Dragset, Viron Erol Vert, Simon Fujiwara, Cyprien Gaillard, Isa Genzken, Lukas Glinkowski, Stephanie Gudra, Petrit Halilaj & Alvaro Urbano, Leila Hekmat, Lothar Hempel, Calla Henkel & Max Pitegoff, Nadira Husain, Gregor Hildebrandt, Yngve Holen, Karl Holmqvist, Klára Hosnedlová, Anne Imhof, Iman Issa, Verena Issel, Sergej Jensen, Cosima zu Knyphausen, Caroline Kryzecki, Tegene Kunbi, Alicja Kwade, Oliver Laric, Jeewi Lee, Klara Lidén, Keto Logua, Sven Marquardt, Jonathan Monk, Sandra Mujinga, Carsten Nicolai, Henrik Olesen, Aude Pariset, Manfred Pernice, Nathan Peter, Robin Rhode, Jimmy Robert, Shirin Sabahi, Cemile Sahin, Michael Sailstorfer, Thomas Scheibitz, Jeremy Shaw, Tobias Spichtig, Christine Sun Kim, Wolfgang Tillmans, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Nasan Tur, Anna Uddenberg, Viron Erol Vert, Raphaela Vogel, Andro Wekua, Peter Welz, He Xiangyu, Thomas Zipp


Filming, photography and audio recording are not allowed. If you are caught taking pictures you will be thrown out and your ticket will be invalid. Oh yeah there is a ticket too. 20/10Eu if you want to take one of the guided tours during the week, or 18/9Eu if you want to visit one of the open houses during the weekend. Which tells you how much we value art workers. There is supposed to be a link to book tours/buy tickets online. Soon.


Am Wriezener Bahnhof, 10243 Berlin

Opening times: ​Tuesday to Sunday, 12 pm–8 pm. Closed on Mondays.
Entry: From the age of 16 and up


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