KINDL –  Centre for Contemporary Art

The first exhibition in the Boiler House of KINDL ended on June 28, 2015. More than 14.000 visitors have seen the site specific installation Kitfox Experimental by Roman Signer.
In a second phase, KINDL opens the spaces of the Power House with its three gallery floors of 400 square metre each. The group exhibition How Long Is Now? on the ground floor (M0) explores the concept of “contemporaneity” in its relation to current artistic production. The first and second floors (M1 and M2) present current works by Berlin-based artist Eberhard Havekost that have mostly never been shown before.


News about Refurbishment
Since November 2014, architects Dr. Krekeler & Partner have been responsible for the reconstruction plans. An inventory of work completed to date has shown that refurbishing and extending these listed buildings will be far more demanding than originally thought. The architects’ new schedule envisages completing the Power House and its three exhibition levels and the new east facade by spring 2016. Around the same time, the Brew House with the future café König Otto will open for business. Renovation of the Tower has been postponed for the time being.

Refurbishment M2 (Power House 2nd floor)

Refurbishment M2 (Power House 2nd floor)


 

KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art
Am Sudhaus 2, 12053 Berlin