Since you can't take photos or videos in Berghain, taking an image of the club home to remember it with has basically been imposssible—until now.
That's because Berghain is selling pieces of the giant mural that hangs in the entrance.
Piotr Nathan's 16-feet-high, 82-feet-wide Rituals Of Disappearance has been in Berghain since it opened in 2004, and has been taken down for the entrance area's reconstruction.
That means you can buy one of the artwork's 171 square aluminium panels so you can own a piece of Berghain forever.
"It is my wish for the panels to find their places in the homes of the guests who have celebrated in the club," Nathan told RA. "After all, this massive mural, although conceived in form and content for a museum, was ultimately designed and realized in this extraordinary club. I compare partying at Berghain to cultic celebrations of indigenous tribes."
If you're interested in making a purchase, head here to own a very special piece of history.
Via RA. Photo credit: Christine Frenzl