Designed for world explorers, we grant access to Berlin’s vibrant art scene, visit unique creative spaces, and meet the creators and personalities behind them. Sip champagne with the city’s most promising emerging artistic talent and get an exclusive presentation of original artworks and special editions behind studio doors.
Our creative guides unlock and unpack the distinct local character, architecture, and histories of Berlin’s most dynamic neighborhoods: Kreuzberg, Mitte, and the New Creative East.
Photography means the art of sketching with light.
A melting pot of diverse cultures, distinctive architecture, and hidden vibrant artistic production, Berlin’s East Side is gritty, gutsy, and rough around the edges. If Berlin’s Central District and West End are the stewards of the city’s rich historical heritage, the East tends decidedly to its future evolution, cultivating the development of a future identity still in the process of evolving. It’s no wonder some of the city’s most pioneering artistic avant-garde and creative talents heads to the East. Here reclaimed factories and former soviet blocks are being transformed and repurposed into dynamic creative labs for the city’s burgeoning contemporary art scene, which in turn is doing its part to reinvigorate and redefine former East Berlin’s cultural and social landscape.
Starting our journey at one of Germany´s most notorious theatres in the former GDR district of Berlin-Mitte. From there we´ll visit a contemporary art gallery, the artspace of a leading european art magazine and walk over to the Haus der Statistic. A building that tells us about the GDR history but also about Berlin´s newest collective, complex cultural projects. From here we´ll take a tram (a small train) to go further east. Further stations include, the vietnamese markets, the FAHRBEREITSCHAFT that is hosting the HAUBROK art collection and a bunch of artist studios, creative companies and shed light to the future of this up-and-coming district.