Berlin, 1945-2000: The exhibition is expected to remain closed until January 10, 2021.

Berlin, 1945–2000: A Photographic Subject is expected to remain closed due to the current lockdown until January 10, 2021. As a result, we are working to extend the exhibition until the spring, and will provide our visitors with more information about the dates once the new infection protection regulations are officially established in January.

If you have purchased an Online Ticket for the period affected by the lockdown, you will be contacted via email regarding a refund.

For those interested in having a part of the exhibition at home and in supporting the Stiftung Reinbeckhallen’s activities, editions by Kurt Buchwald, Andreas Rost, and Werner Zellien can now be purchased. Further information can be found here.

If you missed our last Artist Talk with Miron Zownir on November 26, 2020, you can watch the live stream video here.

We look forward to seeing you again. Stay healthy!

Stiftung Reinbeckhallen’s Health and Safety Regulations

In keeping with the federal state of Berlin’s current ordinances and regulations to stop the spread of the coronavirus, the Stiftung Reinbeckhallen has implemented hygiene measures that all visitors must follow. Our employees in the ticketing and exhibition areas are responsible for implementing these measures.

Compulsory Testing

Starting from 01.04.2021, all visitors must present a negative test result for infection with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus to enter the exhibition. For more on the current SARS-CoV-2 Infection Protection Measures Ordinance, please click here. The central contact point for corona tests, a website of the Berlin Senate Department for Health, Care and Equality, provides information on all test sites and test centres in Berlin.

Hygiene and Behavioral Guidelines in the Exhibition Hall and Project Room

To protect yourself and those around you, you are required to:

• wear a FFP2-mask
• maintain a minimum distance of 1.5 meters from others
• wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after touching your nose and mouth
• pay attention to signs on site and to instructions from employees

The number of visitors currently allowed in the exhibition hall at any given time is 20 (one person per 40 square meters). By limiting access to the exhibition hall, we are avoiding queues and reducing the chances of close contact.

Ticket Sales

Time slot tickets must be purchased online. They can be purchased up to 30 minutes before the time slot for our normal opening hours on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, and up until 11:30 PM the night before for our special opening hours on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, excluding holidays. When purchasing a ticket online, one must personalize his/her ticket. This information will be used only if there is a need, according to the current corona regulations, to follow-up with our visitors.

If you have any questions about purchasing tickets, please contact us by email.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Stiftung Reinbeckhallen’s exhibitions!

University of Arts London

The Stiftung Reinbeckhallen welcomes students from MA Performance Design and Practice, a course offered at the University of Arts London: Central Saint Martins, for the second time. During their residency, the students will develop new work and present it at the Reinbeckhallen.

This year’s group of students is comprised of 16 up-and-coming artists from different backgrounds and cultures who work in the areas of performance, design, and the visual arts. Using Faust, a Weimar film directed by F.W. Murnau in 1926, as a starting point, and drawing on their own experiences and interdisciplinary practices, these students will work together on a performance that explores the timeless German folktale as well as the ongoing resonance of Murnau’s unique vision. The residency and final performance are made possible by the support of the Reinbeckhallen and the Stiftung Reinbeckhallen.

The residency and final performance are made possible by the support of the Reinbeckhallen and the Stiftung Reinbeckhallen.

Serkan Sarier

From the end of January until the end of March, the Stiftung Reinbeckhallen will welcome the first artist who successfully applied for the 2020 artist residency through its Open Call.

Serkan Sarier, a graduate of The Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp and Goldsmiths, University London, was one of three artists selected from a large pool of applicants from 14 countries for the 2020 artist residency at the Reinbeckhallen.

The son of a Turkish Gastarbeiter (guest worker), Sarier was born in Germany and spent the past 20 years living and studying abroad. With his return to Germany, he will create a complete body of work – paintings, sculptures, and installations – that will explore at once the theme of rejection and his own search for identity and places of acceptance at a young age.

At the end of his residency, Sarier will present the works created on site at the Reinbeckhallen.