We’re staying!

Berlin Exhibition at the Humboldt Forum
Is this still my neighbourhood? The open-space exhibition “We’re staying! Gentrification and Resistance in Berlin” in BERLIN GLOBAL deals with the topic of gentrification artistically and in video interviews 
© Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Michael Setzpfandt
Edda Biasia (picture above) and Miss Tobi
Stills from the exhibition video © Barbara Bernardi, Linda Paganelli, Vincent Voignier | Collage: Stadtmuseum Berlin

Guided city tour on gentrification in Berlin-Kreuzberg with Edda Biasia and Miss Tobi.

Prices
Regular: 5 euros
Reduced: 3 euros
Price info

Please book a ticket in advance online or at the box office in the foyer of the Humboldt Forum. Ticket sales at the meeting point on site are not possible. The ticket link will be published her.

Location
Meeting point: Adalbertstrasse 95a, 10999 Berlin (in front of the FHXB Museum)
Duration
2h

With Edda Biasia and Miss Tobi we walk to striking places in the district of Berlin-Kreuzberg.

Edda Biasia lived in Kreuzberg right next to the Berlin Wall. Miss Tobi denounces the displacement of culture through her metal sculptures on the streets of Berlin. Through places of resistance and narratives of people who live there, they explain to us how gentrification is spreading through the district.

Meeting point

Adalbertstrasse 95a, 10999 Berlin (in front of the FHXB Museum)
The guided tour will be held in German.

The city tour is part of the open space project ‘We’re staying! Gentrification and Resistance in Berlin’. The artistic works and interviews can be seen in the room Interconnection of the BERLIN GLOBAL exhibition.

Further city tours

Find out more here

Dates

We’re staying!
Guided city tour on gentrification in Berlin-Kreuzberg with Edda Biasia and Miss Tobi.
Berlin Exhibition at the Humboldt Forum
We’re staying!
Guided city tour on gentrification in Berlin-Kreuzberg with Edda Biasia and Miss Tobi.
Berlin Exhibition at the Humboldt Forum
We’re staying!
Guided city tour on gentrification in Berlin-Kreuzberg with Edda Biasia and Miss Tobi.
Berlin Exhibition at the Humboldt Forum