Alte Münze Berlin's 'Nineties Berlin: The 90s exhibition' is an anarchist techno exhibit that explores the German city's vast electronic music scene and history. Beyond music, the exhibit explores the fall of the Berlin Wall and touches on turbulent political events as well as the decade's bold art and fashion.
In addition to multimedia spaces that spotlight iconic 90s DJs and other music industry pioneers, the Nineties Berlin exhibit also spotlights candid nightlife photography and nostalgic artifacts like poster art from various local club events.
Curated to give visitors more insight into Berlin's infamous techno scene in the 90s, this exhibit outlines the rebellion and evolution of Generation X who grew up during this exciting yet tumultuous time.
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Alte Münze Berlin's 'Nineties Berlin: The 90s exhibition' is Nostalgic
- By: Jana PijakJul 10, 2019