Every four years, the Boros Collection, founded by German advertising guru Christian Boros and his wife, Karen Boros, showcases one of its many different facets to the public at Bunker Berlin, a Second World War air-shield shelter-turned-art shrine.
From the 1940s to the 1990s, the building managed to house enterprises so diverse such as a Red Army war prison, a tropical fruit warehouse, and even a techno club. Nowadays, however, the bare concrete walls showcase artworks produced in the last thirty years – in this incarnation of the exhibition, “Bunker #3”, it’s time for works by Guan Xiao, Andreas Eriksson and PIPA Prize 2016 winner Paulo Nazareth to be seen in the space.
The exhibition is only available for visitation through guided tours. It’s important to stress, however, that they are popular it’s advisable to book your tour weeks in advance. Schedule it here.
“Boros Collection / Bunker #3”, group show featuring Martin Boyce, Andreas Eriksson, Guan Xiao, He Xiangyu, Uwe Henneken, Yngve Holen, Sergej Jensen, Daniel Josefsohn, Friedrich Kunath, Michel Majerus, Fabian Marti, Kris Martin, Justin Matherly, Paulo Nazareth, Peter Piller, Katja Novitskova, Pamela Rosenkranz, Avery Singer, Johannes Wohnseifer
On view from 2016 through 2020
Bunker, Reinhardtstr. 20 – Mitte