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Berlin’s Most Famous Bouncer on His Day Job as a Photographer and What It’s Like to Be a Symbol of a Vanishing Club Scene

Sven Marquardt is probably the most famous doorman in the world. As the stone-faced gatekeeper of the Berlin nightclub Berghain, he admits or denies the hordes of people who hope to attend the venue’s coveted parties. His criteria for entry is undisclosed, mysterious, and the source of tired … Read entire story.

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