The early 1990s: Werner Amann’s Kein Morgen (No Tomorrow) brings together photographs of parties, raves, and afterhours clubs. The faces the photographer captures reflect the ecstasy of a moment of awakening, a glimmer of autonomy and freedom. The pictures were taken in Berlin, Frankfurt, Dortmund, New York, Zurich, Paris, and Riccione, in clubs like Omen, Tresor, E-Werk, Limelight, Tunnel, and Sound Factory as well as raves such as Mayday and the Berlin Love Parade. Leif Rand’s short texts for Kein Morgen look back at this period from the vantage point of today, a quarter of a century later. We are left with an abiding sense of a historical moment of understanding and affinity.