The presumably most (in)famous techno club in the world will reopen its doors from September onward to host modern art exhibitions.

The Berlin club had to shut its parties altogether in March, but the venue will now finally reopen and function as a temporary exhibition space. An area of 3,500 square metres has been remodelled to showcase contemporary art, starting with the first exhibition on 9 September.

A list of prominent names has already been published, including Olafur Eliasson, Tacita Dean, and Wolfgang Tillmans. The exhibitions will focus on pieces that have been produced since the beginning of the pandemic, like photographs, sculptures, sound pieces, video installations, as well as paintings.

The club will function as an exhibition space until it will be possible to host parties again.