The Berliner Girl

The Berliner girl

Nina Hagen, known as “Germany’s first psychedelic princess” escaped from the GDR to Western Germany to launch her punk career. She immediately became famous for her spectacular performances and her aggressive, underground image. A provocative and creative life that has to be told in all its aspects: starting from East Berlin, English punk and American psychedelic music, and the interpretations of the musical work of Bertolt Brecht staged at the Berliner Ensemble.

When talking about Hagen, we always need to focus on the unmistakable Berlin style of her artistic dimension, which has deep roots in the cultural history of the city. 

Nina Hagen symbolizes Berlin through every historical moment, a city where nothing is ever the same but still stretched towards new dimensions, born from non-conformist artistic movements.

Hagen is legend.

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