The RaumErweiterungsHalle (REH) normally serves as a showroom for GEYERSBACH furniture in Prenzlauer Berg. The REH is an accordion container whose history goes back to the late 1960s. A former Intershop, once standing in front of today’s Ostbahnhof station, has found a home in Prenzlauer Berg after various stopovers in 2010. Used by GEYERSBACH during the day as a showroom for its furniture, the hall becomes a reading stage in the evening, or a music stage, or an exhibition hall. The REH is particularly suited to making Berlin a city that can be experienced in a retrograde and forward-looking manner in the age of change.


“Discover street art in Marrakesh”

06.09. bis 12.09.

Discover Street Art in Marrakech In his photographs, Bart van Kersavond documents the beginnings and development of Street Art in Marrakech since 2007, showing a wide range of different facets of the works on display in Marrakech. From murals by intense football fans to works by international artists and the beginnings of the local scene and festivals such as the “MB6Street ART” festival and the artists’ residency “Jardin Rouge”. In his search for works, Bart van Kersavond does not only visit the local galleries, but also takes excursions into impassable terrain, such as a dry riverbed and desert landscapes, and can in this way show visitors a very diverse image of the Street Art scene in Marrakech, Marocco.

Live Painting mit Feliz Arts

11.09. um 19:00 Uhr

A live painting session with the Berlin artist Feliz Art, who shows his own calligraphic style, which he developed during a residence in Dar Slimane in Marrakech, will take place on September 11. Bart’s photojournalism can be followed on his blog

urbex calligraphy - feliz - marrakesh