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Salongalerie Die Möwe

Salongalerie Die Möwe

The Salongalerie “Die Möwe” (> the Seagull) presents art from the Classical Modern and Post-War (from 1945) areas. Special dedication is given to artists whose work has unjustly disappeared from memory. Indeed, the gallery constantly seeks the traces these artists left behind – those which clearly demonstrate their significance. It cultivates and creates the space where the works of such “forgotten” artists become both visible and tangible.

At the turn of the year 2022/2023, the gallery gave up its location in Auguststraße in Berlin. However, the gallery is still active in its cause at various locations.

You can find the gallery’s contact details below.

Herbert Behrens-Hangeler, Gottfried Graf, Wolfgang Frankenstein, Erich Franke, Erwin Hahs, Gerhart Hein, Cesar Klein, Ida Kerkovius, Edmund Kesting, Curt Lahs, Fritz Kuhr, Karl Kunz, Jeanne Mammen, Lotte Laserstein, Marg Moll, Georg Meistermann, Albert Mueller, Erna Schmidt-Caroll, Werner Scholz, Richard Ziegler, a.o.




“Die Möwe“ adds a further unique accent to the gallery scene, by keeping the Berliner Salon tradition alive; its salon evenings bring art lovers, collectors, critics and living witnesses together and provide insight into the destinies of the artists. Many belonged to the legendary “Sturm-Kreis” which gravitated around Herwarth Walden, the November Group founded in 1918, and the Bauhaus.

They enjoyed distinction in twenties and thirties and were counted among Germany’s Avantgarde. This changed during the National Socialist Regime when they were forbidden to exhibit – their works were declared “degenerate” and removed from museums.

After the division of Germany, Abstract art was prevalent in the West while socialistic Realism prevailed in the East. Artists dancing to different tunes had no chance in the public art scene.

Since 2014, re-discovering what was lost has been a labor of love for the gallery team in Auguststrasse. Through a variety of exhibitions and salon evenings, the team has created a place to meet, be impressed and be moved by the works of forgotten artists.

The gallery is barrier-free and located on Auguststraße in Berlin-Mitte.

View into the gallery

Image caption: Photos of the gallery by Andreas Baudisch + Phil Dera | 3D Tour © ART@Berlin

Art Gallery in Berlin: Salongalerie Die Möwe | Contemporary Art in Berlin | ART at Berlin



(only postal address!) Ebereschenallee 42, 14050 Berlin


52.5276889666, 13.4000643908

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