An exhibition at the Berlinische Galerie in Kreuzberg, Berlin, looks at the significance of the architectural visions developed in the divided city in the decade leading to the fall of the Berlin Wall. An ode to the astounding buildings and architects of 1980s Berlin, ‘Anything Goes?’ is the first attempt to examine postmodern reevaluations of urban design while highlighting how both halves of the city interlaced old and new, to create new local communities with a charming blend of urban typologies.

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