ITALIC recordings
20—20

About

ITALIC is an electronic music label founded by Marc Knauer in Cologne in 1999. The associated exhibition space for contemporary art is located in Berlin’s Mitte district at a former foyer of the complex “Leipziger Strasse”, well known for its striking GDR architecture.

Contact
Tel +49 30 220 171 47, info @ italic.de

Address
ITALIC, Leipziger Str. 61, 10117 Berlin
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Opening Hours
Saturday, 12—4 pm / By appointment only

COVID-19
Due to the current circumstances related to the COVID-19 virus, the visit of ITALIC is only possible for adults and children (from 6 years) with an own mouth and nose protection (everyday mask).

Directions
Subway Red Line (U2), exit at Stadtmitte (Gendarmenmarkt) or Hausvogteiplatz / Subway Purple Line (U6), exit at Stadtmitte / Bus M48, exit at Jerusalemerstrasse

Redesign & Architecture
Marc Knauer, Lukas Heerich, Mounya Rezzoug, Ali Labgaa

Construction Work
Ali Labgaa

Assistance & Help
Andy Kassier, Jacob Näscher, Falk Schätzle, Francisco Gonzalez Sendrino

Photography
Kira Bunse, John Harten, Lepkowski Studios Berlin, Rüdiger Nehmzow, Achim Kukulies

Text
Philipp Fürnkäs, Michael Leuffen, Andreas Reihse, Carolin Weidner

Translations
Alexander Paulick-Thiel

Distribution
Rough Trade

Artists A—Z since 1999
Airchina, Antonelli, April, A Rocket In Dub, Automatique, BAR, Barnt, Binford, Axel Boman, Borneo & Sporenburg, Steve Bug, Kira Bunse, Pelle Buys, Cranque, Alessandro Crimi, Diva Dompé, Elektro Music Department, Egoexpress, Einmusik, Error Error, Extra Produktionen, Dominik Eulberg, Ex Versions, Fanta Dorado & Der Innere Kreis, Farben, Isabella Fürnkäs, Satoshi Fumi, Freestyle Man, Graziano Avitabile, Oliver Hacke, John Harten, Lukas Heerich, Lothar Hempel, Carsten Jost, Paul Kalkbrenner, Hendrik Krawen, Kreidler, Matthias Lahme, Lawrence, Little Annie & The Legally Jammin’, Losoul, Miss Kittin, The Maghreban, Takeshi Makishima, M. Mayer, Wolf Müller, Neustadt, Orson, Pharaohs, Luciano Pizzella, Popnoname, Portable, Prince Language, Prins Thomas, Rebolledo, Stefan Schwander, Soda, Skua Lovelle, Sten, Nikolai Szymanski, Televerket, Tolouse Low Trax, Von Spar, Sustainer, Stefan Wissel, Eddie Zarook & Casio Casino