The Weekly Event Guide

Notic Nastic

The Golden Fall that we are experiencing these days and that will hopefully stay here for a while, is giving us some lovely events this week. Exhibitions openings, fashion sales, concerts and much more, after the jump…

Tuesday, Oct. 18

The Funk Optik store at Oranienburger Str. 87 is hosting a new exhibition of pop art paintings by urban artist SWag a.k.a. Dean Rosenzweig. Opening reception starts at 18h.

Noisekölln at Loophole with hypnotic electronic music by High Wolf, Blue Stork and Indias Indio. Boddinstr. 60, starts at 21:30h.

Wednesday, Oct. 19

The HBC invites you to the opening of the exhibition The Ecstatic Melancholy of a Statue Head by artist Katerina Kana in the backrooms, starting at 21h. Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 9.

Thursday, Oct. 20

Now it’s time for London vs. Berlin at the Vector Lounge live graphic design and illustration battle at West Berlin Gallery, Brunnenstr. 56, 20h.

Friday, Oct. 21

This Friday and Saturday Berlin-based cult label JULIAANDBEN are having a special sale with samples, unique one-offs and old collection pieces. Gormannstr. 23, Fr+Sa 12-20h.

If you’re looking for more than one designer head over to Station at Luckenwalder Str. 4-6 on Friday and Saturday from 12-20 and on Sunday from 12-18h for a big Designer Sale including A.D.Deertz, Clarissa Labin, Esther Perbandt, Franzius, Henrik Vibskov, Majaco, Odeur, Reality Studio, Stine Goya, Wood Wood and many more.

Husk magazine is celebrating the release of the new fall issue from 18-21h at 129 Gallery at Emser Str. 129 with an afterparty at Backyard, Gitschiner Str. 22, starting at 22h with DJs Sophia Brown (Tigeress) and the It Boys!

Berlin/NYC-based electro band Notic Nastic is celebrating the release of their new album Fullscreen at Prince Charles, Prinzenstr. 85F, with a live concert as well as DJ sets by T.Raumschmiere, Blake Worrell and Dave AG. Starts at 23h.

Saturday, Oct. 22

This is not your ordinary fleamarket – this is the VOODOO Market. From handmade clothe to upcycled jewellery, from burlesque to minimal, from design objects to tattoo… you’ll find a little bit of everything but always in the best quality: creative designers, selected vintage, food, hairdressers, tattoo artists, live painting, DIY workshops and of course DJ who’ll give you the right music. Takes place at Chez Jackie, An der Schillingbrücke, 11-19h.

Our fellow blogger Mies Nobis is hosting an exhibition of her amazing hand-made jewellery. She invited a couple of Berlin-based photographers to capture her collection and she will show the results at Pigalle, Sanderstr. 17, starting at 19h.

Sunday, Oct. 23

Weekday is hosting a vintage market at their store at Friedrichstr. 140, 13-20h, with complimentary drinks and snacks.

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Frank is the founder and editor-in-chief of iHeartBerlin. He takes photos, makes videos, and writes texts mostly about what's going on in Berlin. His vision and interests have shaped iHeartBerlin since its conception back in 2007 - and he hopes to continue bringing you the best of Berlin for many years to come.