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Really wonderful. So many wonderful galleries with high quality art and artist. Lots of walking and exploring. Make sure you visit building #14 with the local contemporary museum of changing expositions.
This huge complex was once the largest set of cotton mills in mainland Europe, but was left a husk when trade shrivelled up during the GDR years.
It's now a cultural hub having undergone extensive redevelopment and is home to 14 galleries with changing exhibitions,...More
Be ready for a long day exploring this sprawling space! It’s many varied spaces are packed with modern art, art education spaces, exhibits, shops, local crafts, galleries, and of course a great café with great food, coffee and drinks. I think there’s even a youth...More
Well....if any further "West" German dares to speak of how underdeveloped the New Federal States are, I would need to point out that this place is as contemporary as any location in New York, London or Paris. The factory complex is enormous and one could...More
It was closed for public holiday. I was relieved as there was enough walking to get there. I don't doubt there will be art everywhere but I had already seen enough.Paying to see experimental KINO was a strange idea. What if you hated it!?
This used to be the biggest weaver factory in Europe and now it's the home for numerous Art Galleries with contemporary art and Installations as well as Artists Studios. Here is also a garden restaurant where you can rest and have a bite to eat...More
I enjoyed this for the opportunity to look round a huge 19th century factory in a way that would normally be impossible. Access all floors! Sadly, on the day I visited, the artists were either creatively exhausted, depressed by the rain or just out to...More