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KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin

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TripAdvisor
  • Good and interesting selection of artists with a nice floorplan and courtyard. Free entry on Thursday evenings and not crowded. Loved it!  more »
  • Should check what exhibitions are up because in my case it was really weak. Art is sure subjective thing but one certanly can say if an effort has been made. Great space though.  more »
  • This gallery is a 'must see' IMO. Great area, fantastic space (I believe it was an old margarine factory) and beautiful, well thought out exhibitions. A wonderful place to visit...  more »
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  • Only after paying the 8 euro's did they tell me that only 1 floor was open. Nice space though. Although I found it a bit weird how they waited for me to walk into the remaining display area before talking about the art work in English.
  • Amazing place! 3 amazing expositions and a lot of information about them. People who work there are really gentle and attentive
  • How much you like this place depends entirely on what they're showing. I'm not a huge fan of political activist art or video art which seem to be specialities. I also don't like art that needs to be explained so was a bit shocked when I -- a long-time art aficionado -- had absolutely no clue about at least half of the pieces. (An uninspiring sculpture reminiscent of Brancusi was maybe about the DNA of HIV or held ashes of Buddha or something? And that square on the floor was the same size as Nelson Mandela's cell? Hold my coat because I'm about to pass out.) Otherwise, with four floors this is a nice-sized place, though the architecture isn't interesting enough to warrant a visit.
  • Wonderful three-floor conceptual art exhibition space. Never been to any institution like this. Wonderful wonderful wonderful.
  • This was so disappointing. The space available is vast and contemporary, but the installations were absolutely abysmal and extremely sparse. It was laughable. Seriously over priced as well. I would sincerely reconsider coming here unless there is something specific you wish to see.