On a rainy day in Neukölln during late October, I’m running down puddle laden pavements, cars lights casting rays on the cobbled streets off Karl-Marx-Straße, a gusting wind making me question this particular mission. A question quickly lost to rows of damp glistening red bricks, sheets of brightly glowing glass, strong angles opposing misty rain, the sun casting hopeful refulgent rays on the walls of KINDL. In this moment, the imposing grandeur of this old brewery feels almost ethereal.
The extraordinary space of the former Kindl brewery is now the site of the KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art. Presenting international contemporary art in the vast spaces of the old Power House and Boiler room, the inside provides a unique backdrop for art.
KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art. Am Sudhaus 3, 12053, Berlin.