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After Hours – The Animals take over Berghain

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These photos are quite unusual in two ways. First of all, when do you ever see proper photos from the inside of legendary Berghain? Right, almost never, as it’s strictly forbidden to take pictures there. And secondly, what’s with the petting zoo? Is this what’s going on there in the days between Tuesday and Thursday when the club is not open?

What it actually is are some stills from the short film After Hours by Steffen Köhn and Phillip Kaminiak that you can currently see as part of the exhibition Kultur:Stadt hosted by the Akademie der Künste until the end of May. It was the first time that the owners of Berghain let someone film in their precious club, but I guess no-one would have said no to host a film shooting with cute animals. Enjoy some more photo stills and the details of the exhibition after the jump.

Kultur:Stadt

March 15 – May 25, 2013

Akademie der Künste

Hanseatenweg 10

10557 Berlin

www.adk.de

Frank by Frank
on March 16th, 2013
in Art
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2 Responses to “After Hours – The Animals take over Berghain”

  1. Slow Says:

    It´s actually not the first time, that pictures are taken at Berghain. I know at least one more time for the documentary project “24h Berlin” of Arte and RBB, where a little part of a Villalobos-Set at Panaromabar is documented. But anyway nice Pictures ;)

  2. keindj Says:

    Seen this today! Thanks for the recommendation. That video surely is the highlight of the whole exhibition. Totally conceptual and just beautiful.