An exhibition on the iconic German club will run from 7th-17th June, culminating in a party with Mike Huckaby, Marcelus and S_W_Z_K.
For ten days next month, The Red Gallery in London will host an exhibition on Berlin's Tresor club, culminating in a party on 16th June.
Few clubs command as much reverence as Tresor, a notorious rave den that set a standard for Berlin's club scene and gave Detroit techno a foothold in Europe. The exhibition at Red Gallery will present "unseen material and treasures from Tresor's archive" and "memories from the people that attended the club." It coincides with the DVD release of SubBerlin, a documentary chronicling the history of Tresor, which will be screened on the opening night, preceded by a Q&A with club founders Johnnie Stieler and Dimitri Hegemann, label manager Mark Reeder and Mute mastermind Daniel Miller. There will also be a reading of Der Klang Der Familie ("The Sound of the Family"), an oral history of Berlin's early '90s techno scene. That one is invite-only; the gallery will be open to the public starting on the 8th.
The party on Saturday 16th June will feature Mike Huckaby, the Detroit DJ and producer and longtime friend of Tresor, plus Marcelus and S_W_Z_K, David Brown's solo incarnation of Swayzak. Tickets are available here on RA.