Who will be:
As early as 1983, the first artists* rented space in the then vacant rooms of the former "Industriestätte Nord" on Berlin's Gerichtsstraße, built around 1912.
The four-story building complex with its large windows, precious glazed bricks and electric elevators, which once housed the AEG apparatus factory and a liqueur factory, has been almost completely preserved to this day.
Artistic work has been going on here for almost 30 years. Open studios and cultural events have been a tradition from the very beginning. With a good 70 artists from a wide variety of backgrounds and artistic orientations, one of the largest art quarters in Germany has now been created in the courthouses. The supporting association is Kunst in den Gerichtshöfen e.V..
What is on offer:
Once a year, the artists open their studios and workshops for the Open Studios in the fall and invite visitors to a small art fair in November.This content has been machine translated.
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