Deutsche Bank KunstHalle

Deutsche Bank KunstHalle

Art for spaces and space for art

Eingang der Deutsche Bank KunstHalle, Unter den Linden 13/15 – © Foto: Mathias Schormann

Almost everything you find here was created specifically for the exhibition hall of the Deutsche Bank KunstHalle: commissioned works by international artists - mostly sculptures and space installations, but also paintings and drawings. Imi Knoebel, Wangechi Mutu and Phoebe Washburn are just some of the well-known artists, who have shown their pieces here in the past. The exhibition programme is complemented by topical expositions with works by famous artists like Camille Pissarro, Paul Klee or Piet Mondrian.

The exhibition hall at the Deutsche Bank KunstHalle is located on the ground floor of the sand stone building of the Deutsche Bank, constructed in 1920. Following the design of American architect Richard Gluckmann, a clearly structured 510 sqm gallery was built here as a joint-venture project of Deutsche bank and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation.

Order now
100%
Museumspass Berlin
One card that opens 50 doors: 3-day free admission to all National Museums in Berlin (including Museum Island) and Jewish Museum.

Infobox

Unter den Linden 13-15
10117 Berlin MITTE
Tel.: 030 – 2020930

db [dot] kunsthalleatdb [dot] com

Javascript is required to view this map.

Admission 4.00 Euro, reduced 3.00 Euro, free admission for children up to the age of 12

Mon - Sun10am - 8pm
Javascript is required to view this map.
Museums + Art

Art for spaces and space for art

view
(0.21 km)

Contemporary Art for reasonable prices

view
(0.22 km)

History will be made, without pausing for breath!

view
Sightseeing
(0.18 km)

Between Cathredal and a Chest of Drawers

view
(0.18 km)

A glance at Berlin's history

view
(0.21 km)

The whole of Berlin in one street

view
(0.22 km)

More than 250 years of tradition

view
Shopping
(0.21 km)

Culture comes to life

view
(0.21 km)

Contact point for Electromobility in the heart of Berlin

view
City Tours
(0.23 km)

Explore Berlin by bike

view