Founded in 1696, the Akademie der Künste (Academy of Arts) in Berlin is one of the oldest cultural institutes in Europe. This international community of artists currently has about 400 members and includes the sections fine arts, architecture, music, literature, performing arts, as well as film and media art. Exhibitions, concerts, debates, readings, award ceremonies, film, theater and dance performances are organized here. In addition to the main building, the Akademie der Künste at Hanseatenweg is also an important location for exhibitions, events and meetings. This one includes the various archive buildings with their important collections. The prominent position of the Akademie der Künste at Pariser Platz in Berlin-Mitte, between Hotel Adlon and Brandenburger Tor (Brandenburg Gate), additionally underlines the relevance of this institution in Berlin. The building is barrier-free. Photo: Stephanie Schneider © ART at Berlin: Art in Berlin: Akademie der Künste Pariser Platz
Pariser Platz 4, 10117 Berlin-Mitte
Akademie der Künste Pariser Platz
KW Institute for Contemporary Art aims to approach the central questions of our times through the production, display, and dissemination of contemporary art. Since its inception, 25 years ago, KW has established itself, not only as an institution, but also as a dynamic and lively space for progressive practices within the Berlin art scene, as well as in an international context. By means of exhibitions and various event formats, KW has aligned itself towards the current tendencies of the national and international art and cultural discourse, and has actively developed them on a collaborative level with artists, institutions, and by means of commissioned works. As an institution for contemporary art without a collection of its own, the team at KW maintains a high degree of flexibility in creating its programs and addressing its audience. Under the responsibility of director Krist Gruijthuijsen, the current program evolves around the central objective of using the participating artists’ perspective as a starting point, entailing their subjects and points of view as ways to reflect on social and political issues. The institution is thereby conceived as a social space that facilitates contemplation and exchange between different protagonists and cultures, consistently challenging its audience. The building […]
Auguststraße 69, 10117 Berlin-Mitte
KW Institute for Contemporary Art
me Collectors Room Berlin of the Olbricht Foundation was founded in 2010. Initiator is Thomas Olbricht. Exhibits from the art collection of Thomas Olbricht and other international art collectors are shown here. In the so-called Wunderkammer, around 200 Renaissance and Baroque exhibits are on permanent display. At me Collectors Room, you find a nice café with various drinks and delicious food. As a part of the café you also find a bookstore with interesting and inspiring editions and magazines about contemporary art. me Collectors Room Berlin – Stiftung Olbricht is located on Auguststraße. © ART at Berlin: Art collection in Berlin me Collectors Room Berlin – Stiftung Olbricht
Auguststraße 68, 10117 Berlin
me Collectors Room Berlin – Stiftung Olbricht
Kunsthaus Dahlem is an exhibition venue for postwar German modernism (East and West). It is administered and operated by Atelierhaus Dahlem, a non-profit subsidiary of the Bernhard Heiliger Foundation founded in 2013. Located at the edge of the Grunewald, the building was open as an exhibition venue in summer 2015 after a renovation and dismantling in accordance with historic preservation standards. There will also be a permanent exhibition on the building’s eventful history, free-of-charge to visitors. One essential area of concentration of the exhibition venue is the presentation of sculpture, supplemented by painting, prints and drawings, and photography. It focuses in particular on the years from 1945 to 1961. The museum is located on Käuzchensteig in Berlin-Dahlem. Photo: Kunsthaus Dahlem, Foto: Jürgen Pleuser, 2015. ART at Berlin: Art Museum in Berlin Kunsthaus Dahlem
Käuzchensteig 8, 14195 Berlin
The Verein Berliner Künstler (VBK) House of Artists – more than a gallery – is a self-governing and independent association of visual artists living and / or working in Berlin. The club’s own gallery on Schöneberger Ufer acts as a platform for various exhibition formats and discourse events. In addition, the VBK cooperates with national and international organizations and implements art projects in Germany and abroad. Founded in 1841, the VBK is the oldest association of artists in Germany and currently represents 120 active members. The Galerie Verein Berliner Künstler is located at Schöneberger Ufer 57 Berlin-Tiergarten, close to the Neue Nationalgalerie. Opening hours: Tue – Fri 15:00 – 19:00 Sat + Sun 14:00 – 18:00 All contact details of Galerie VBK can be further down, below the artist list. Artists of the Galerie VBK A ameret Marion Angulanza Michael Augustinski B Bettina Baer Jutta Barth Monika Bartsch Silke Bartsch Viola Bendzko Sandra Becker Gerda Berger Birgit Borggrebe Catherine Bourdon Peter Bradtke Conrad Brockstedt BUCCO (Otto Bock) C Sandy Cheyne Barbara Czarnojahn D Christoph Damm Ute Deutz David Dibiah Dagmar Diekmann Norma Drimmer E Christian Ebel Ebrahim Ehrari Burghild Eichheim F Ute Faber Claus Feldmann Ludvik Feller Monika […]
Schöneberger Ufer 57, 10785 Berlin-Mitte
Galerie Verein Berliner Künstler
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