Kreuzberg Pavillon

Kreuzberg Pavillon

Naunynstraße 53 | Berlin | Art Region: Berlin, Kreuzberg


Kreuzberg Pavillon is a project space founded in 2011 in Berlin’s Kreuzberg district, run by the artists Heiko Pfreundt and Lisa Schorm, and located at Naunynstraße 53 since December 2012. The space serves the development and exhibition of experimental artistic, curatorial and art mediating projects with 237 events so far and over 1500 participating artists, curators and cultural workers.

From the weekly exhibition rhythm between 2011-2016, a structure of content-related exhibition series and actions has emerged in the last three years, which sees itself as a fluid, permeable and collaborative system and is interested in a constant expandability and re-dramatization of the exhibition space and its surroundings with playful interventions and sequential exhibition concepts. These processes are developed in close, long-term collaboration with artists, curators, game designers and others, who also invite agents who contribute to the development of the exhibition concepts.

Kreuzberg Pavillon is engaged in exchange and collaboration with other project spaces, project space organizations and festivals, as well as with nomadic projects and informal places in and outside Berlin, and since 2019 is responsible for hosting and organizing the Project Space Festival Berlin.

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Öffentlicher Verkehr
U1 & U8 bis Kottbusser Tor
M29 bis Oranienplatz

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