Discover Art inside the Labyrinth of Lies

Berlin is for the art lovers: its vast art community gives both locals and visitors the opportunity to feed their creative side with new events, going on almost everyday. Trying hard to keep up with all that’s going on in the city, we stumbled upon an exhibition that stood out, and couldn’t wait to tell you all about it: its name (seductive itself), Labyrinth of Lies.

400 (!) umbrellas are installed in an old industrial site, forming an actual labyrinth, through which the visitor is invited to walk through and explore multi dimensional pieces of art that had us go “wow!”. The maze’s creators are the London-based Connor brothers, in collaboration with Berlin artist Sven Sauer, brought together under the “umbrella” of the Plus One exhibition series. It’s truly remarkable how the artists try (and succeed) to have us, even for a second, question conventional rules of space — It’s not to be missed!

Just like its predecessor The Darkrooms which also took place at the abandoned Willner Brewery in Pankow the exhibition Labyrinth of Lies quickly sold out all the tickets for its 1-day run on May 26, 2017. But fear not! iHeartBerlin got your back! We are raffling off 5×2 tickets, all yours to win by simply leaving a comment below until Sunday, May 21st 2017. Hurry!

If you can’t wait we have gotten early access to part of the show and were able to took some exclusive preview photos of one of the exhibited works by Sven Sauer.

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