In a former brewery in Berlin, Neukölln, the KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art offers installations, performances, paintings and other art forms.
The KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art has been presenting temporary exhibitions of international contemporary art since 2016. In addition to painting, sculpture, installations, and performance, film and video presentations are another focus of the institution’s programme. The KINDL sees itself as a place for producing and discussing contemporary art and also reacts to recent artistic developments. The exhibition projects are accompanied by an extensive programme of discourse and educational offerings that aims to contribute to the current debate.
In addition to the three-storey machine house, in which monographic and thematic exhibitions are presented in parallel, the 20-meter-high hall of the boiler house offers a spectacular exhibition situation. Once a year an artist is invited to realize a specific work for this room, which can be seen here for around nine months.
Under the artistic direction of curator, Andreas Fiedler, the center holds several major exhibitions each year, along with artist talks, lectures and concerts.