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Berlinische Galerie, Berlin

(4.2/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
Featuring Berlin art from the 1870s to today, Berlinische Galerie combines fine art, photography, and architecture. Set in a former glass storage warehouse, this two-floor gallery includes a permanent collection, temporary exhibits, an outdoor sculpture park called Art-City-Space, and an auditorium. The permanent collection highlights Berlin Dada, New Objectivity, and Eastern European avant-garde. Look for artworks by Otto Dix, Max Liebermann, George Grosz, and Hannah Höch. Put Berlinische Galerie into our Berlin itinerary planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Beautiful large paintings. Interesting artist. Very good value for money. If you take a discount card from the hotel both have a discounted price of only €5. No other additional costs, such as the overpriced and overvalued Dalí Museum
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  • For the quite high price (€8), very little works are shown. The building is fairly unspectacular and small. The works get enough space and are well hung, the structure is conclusive.
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  • Modern art, used as a temporary exhibitions included in the Pass. Sponsored by the German bank.
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  • The permanent collection on the upper floor was more attractive than the temporary exhibit below. The permanent collection was varied and very interesting. It mostly focused on Berlin artists. I'm not a big fan of modern art, some of it can be ridiculous, but this place was actually pretty good. Berliners have talent.
  • Went 3 times and 3 times I was impressed by the quality of the hosted temporary exhibition. I never got too much a chance to discover properly the Permanent ones though because documentation is not handed, but guided tours put it nicely into perpective I was told.
  • One of my favorite museums! There is such a great assortment of art and sculptures. The gift shop is pretty cool too.
  • Normally I like BG very much, but the Dada exhibition is very specific. Anyway there is always an option to go upstairs snd enjoy Museums private collection. The most interesting was a chicken skeleton this time.
  • Interesting exhibitions. Place is not too big but its designed really nice and the is a lot of space inside.