An exhibition space designed and curated by German industrial design demagogue Konstantin Grcic and Joerg Koech, editor of the bi-annual contemporary art mag of the same name, which recently gave the world Agnyess Deyn as a naked cover star. It’s housed in a former guest house for the East German government, with visitors navigating their way around filigree partitions that remind you of a snowstorm of knives (cutting edge, much?).
Exhibitions vary from the grand archives of Hedi Slimane and Helmut Lang, to picking apart through pocket exhibitions the odd selection of work lamps. After the publication of the latest issue of the magazine, the exhibition space is being upgraded ready for a fresh spate of shows in the spring.