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Berlinische Galerie, Berlin

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
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4.2/5 based on 120+ 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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  • The building of the Berlinische Galerie favors bolder proposals. Of the various proposals to mark the exhibition "Given Africa-dialogue with the other". Large rooms, with evocative exhibition proposals relate to African art with the Dada movement in Europe. The catalogue in German and English version is an excellent publication; the room is well elaborated helping the visitor to read the display. The support services are of quality. Other exhibitions are also striking. A visit required, so
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  • Much of the ground floor provides a DADA collection, including many collage works by one of my favorite artists, Hannah Hoch. Currently, there is a curious exhibit of The Art Show, 1963-1977, featurin...  read more »
  • Collection of the Berlinische Gallery collected the works of the deep relationship between artists in Berlin's contemporary works from the first half of the 20th century. Events compete for the photographs taken by date visited using free space on the first floor, which was crowded with families, young and old. There's unusually narrow houses like in, finally put one adult in the location of the hotel, and go into it for a long queue. Peeked through the window at each end and in toilets or Chair table unusually width narrower and were making. It will have an extraordinary sense of the funny. Made at home and enjoys serious adult children as well as adults but long queues. Featuring the familiar car North, Shad, Kokoschka, Carl Hofer, George Grosz and other artists were exhibited.
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  • Enjoyed Erwin Wurm's exhibition a lot. It was very entertaining; the sketching with an object per day can be a good creativity exercise reference for design/art students as well as for kids. Like the exterior of the gallery and its peaceful neighborhood.
  • The exhibitions by Erwin Wurm were phenomenal. As a teacher I believe that one of the best ways to learn is by interacting with the content. Erwin Wurm does a great job at allowing viewers to experience what he designed. The staff was very friendly as well :)! Along with the Alte National Gallery, this was also one of my top favorite galleries in Berlin!
  • To much modern art for me. The very tall thin house was fantastic😋 enjoyed watching members of the public attempting various poses with the displays😂
  • Fantastic shows. Main exhibit gives a concise and exhilarating overview of 20th C German art movements/painters
  • The two permanent special exhibitions provide an interesting overview of "fluxus"art and the art in architecture. Rene Block was one of the main contributors to importing fluxus, flowing in Latin, art to Europe from New York. You have definitely seen it, it is characterized by performance art that straddles the realms of Art and dance/theatre. The upstairs of the gallery is dedicated to tracing the history of modern art in Germany from 1890-1980. The collection is manageable and you are able to comfortably view it all within an hour and a half. It is located about a 15 minute walk from the U-bahn.
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