What would Berlin be without the Spree? Götz Lemberg is giving the river a new lease of life on the occasion of the 100th anniversary.
anniversary of Greater Berlin, Götz Lemberg is erecting a monument to the river at three prominent
his photo installations are new territory. He shows the entire length of the Spree on its way
through the capital and invites you on a journey of discovery.
On the citadel Götz connects Lemberg with SPREE-CUTS a large open-air-
Exhibition on the Zitadellen-Platz with the rooms of the Center for Contemporary Art. At
Outside area leads a long double-sided presentation of Spree views across the courtyard
to the old barracks. As soon as they enter the citadel, visitors* experience the
Spree and its two banks analogous to a fictitious boat trip. In the
exhibition rooms of the ZAK, a solo exhibition by Götz Lemberg not only presents the
work on the project and significant stations before, but deepens aspects of innovative
Working method of the artist.
The exhibition will take place in two other municipal galleries in Berlin: Kunstverein Tiergarten and projektraum Alte Feuerwache.