Galleries

Galleries

Apart from the museums, the gallery scene leads the way for contemporary art. Locations include the Halle am Wasser (close to the central train station), the City West in Charlottenburg, anywhere on and around Auguststraße in Berlin’s Mitte district, or Potsdamer Straße. Classical vernissages are a good platform for budding artists and for merging concepts, such as merging art with theatre or gastronomy, setting up salons in private homes and setting up art projects in public spaces. Berlin’s gallery scene is always coming up with new ideas - it follows the motto that art is fun!
For further information see Galleries Association of Berlin (LVBG) -- Current exhibitions on Berlin Art Grid

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Aando Fine Art was founded by the Korean gallerist Wonkyung Byun in March 2009. The gallery in Berlin presents artworks in a variety of media following numerous concepts...
As an international successful institution Aedes has become an important place for communicating architectural culture and urban design. More than 350 exhibitions...
Architektur Galerie Berlin was founded by architect Ulrich Mueller in 1999 and moved to its present location on Karl-Marx-Allee in Berlin-Mitte in 2006. Within the...
The ART CRU Berlin Gallery, founded in 2008, is the first and only Berlin gallery to deal with so-called “outsider art”. Outside art – or Art Brut as it is called in...
In 1968 Galerie Poll was founded by Eva and Lothar C. Poll in Charlottenburg and moved three years ago from Lützowplatz to its current location close to Hackescher Markt...
A wide range of mediums including collage, drawing, painting, sculpture and their enlargement into the performative.
The ART-DOMINO Gallery is dedicated to Berlin's famous landmarks. Whether in simple colours or rather colourful, as a single piece or as a collage - visitors may combine...
Founded in Auguststrasse in 2006 Berlin Art Projects works closely with emerging artists. The gallery supports and promotes primarily recent art school graduates during...
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C/O Berlin has been offering a vibrant cultural programme of international stature since 2000. Up to 17 exhibitions with works by important photographers such as Annie...
Named after the artists’ magazine of 1903, this gallery displays photographs of numerous well-known artists. Many young photographers moved on to impressive artistic...
Nina Koidl and Henning Weidemann founded Campagne Première in 2008 as a site for the production and presentation of conceptually oriented artistic practices. The gallery...
The CFA Gallery is located in a prominent position next to the Museum Island (Museumsinsel) is one of the most famous galleries in the city. Built by star architect...
A house as a mirror of history CHAUSSEE 36 is a former residence of Prussian army officers, built in 1886. Many historic elements of the building survived the turbulent...
Founded in 2001 Circleculture is a Berlin based art gallery dedicated to show and deal fine art which merely finds it’ s background, heritage and influences from urban...
The daadgalerie is the flagship showroom of the Berlin arts programme, originally funded by the Ford Foundation. The gallery has since established itself worldwide as a...
Almost everything you find here was created specifically for the exhibition hall of the Deutsche Bank KunstHalle: commissioned works by international artists - mostly...
An East German Trabant car, which appears to be breaking through the concrete. Honecker and Breschnew locked in a kiss of brotherly, socialistic love. With the East Side...
Art becomes an extension of the kitchen and food a common base for expressing and sharing thoughts and ideas. Conceived by artist, cook and author Tainá Guedes,...
The gallery Georg Nothelfer was founded in 1971. For 30 years the gallery was located in Uhlandstrasse, in the city center of West Berlin. In 2008 the main house moved...
The Galerie Axel Obiger “ was opened in September 2009 at Brunnenstraße 29 in Berlin Mitte as space for contemporary art. Part of the concept and in addition to the 8...
With its unusual combination of selected design products and contemporary art from Asia and Germany, Galerie Bergwasser creates a place to meet and relax. You can leaf...
Marcus Deschler founded his gallery in Berlin’s central Auguststrasse in 1995. It represents a number of artists of international reputation, such as Rainer Fetting,...
The EIGEN + ART gallery, originally from Leipzig, has had a second location in Auguststraße in Berlin since 1992. It presents contemporary artists in the fields of media...
Artists of the gallery Galerie Fahnemann: Imi Knoebel, Günther Förg, Hans Hartung, Raimund Girke, Michael Wesely Fahnemann Projects: Christian Awe, Laura Bruce,...
In 2004 galerie gerken was founded. We focus on contemporary and young contemporary sculpture and painting and interdisciplinary works . Looking for convincing young...
Galerie Gilla Lörcher | Contemporary Art, located in the Berlin Potsdamer Street area, is specialised on young contemporary art. The gallery exhibition program reflects...
Classic ‘white cubes’ are (still) nowhere to be found in Spandau. The municipal galleries of the district are housed in historic buildings with lots of character. At...
Hilaneh von Kories founded the gallery 2005 in Hamburg and moved to Berlin (Schöneberg) in August 2014. The gallery owner shows high-quality exhibits of photographers...
Around 100 years ago, the entrepreneur Franz Körner made the city of Berlin an offer it couldn't refuse. His gravel pit lay in the area between Jonasstrasse,...
The Galerie im Turm focuses on solo exhibitions primarily by artists living in Berlin. Located in the north tower of Frankfurter Tor located in the famous Karl-Marx-...

Five minutes’ walking distance from Alexanderplatz. Huge hand-painted film posters hang on the sandstone façade of the postmodern building from the 60’s. Though its architecture is striking from the outside, the building’s most impressive features are found inside. With its magnificent chandeliers, retro eastern European style, red armchairs and huge glass front, the cinema’s foyer is a highlight in itself. Be it premieres or gay parties, this cinema hosts all sorts of events where glamorous VIPs mix with students, film lovers and party people.