Museum Berggruen

Museum Berggruen

Picasso, Klee & Co.

Museum Berggruen mit Erweiterungsbau/with annex, 2013 – © SMB; Foto:
Museum Berggruen Verbindungsgang, 2013 – © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie, Museum Berggruen /

The Berggruen Museum in the Western Stüler Building opposite Charlottenburg Palace presents masterpieces from the classical modernist period. The museum's focal point is one of the most important private collections in the world: Heinz Berggruen, a German collector and art dealer, left his art collection featuring masterpieces by Pablo Picasso, Alberto Giacometti, Georges Braque, Paul Klee and Henri Matisse to Berlin, the city of his birth, as a 'gesture of reconciliation'.

An exhibition entitled ‘Picasso and his time’ displays paintings, sculptures and drawings over three floors. More than 100 exhibits of Picasso's work form the centrepiece of the collection. All facets of his work are represented: beginning with a drawing from his student days in 1897 and ending with works he painted in 1972, one year before he died. His Blue and Rose periods are also represented along with his Cubist and Classicist phases.

Other highlights include more than 60 delicate and poetic pictures by Paul Klee, sculptures by Alberto Giacometti and Henri Matisse's famous silhouettes.

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Schloßstraße 1
14059 Berlin Charlottenburg
Tel.: 030 – 3269580
Fax: 030 – 266424242
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To: Schloßstraße 1
14059 Berlin

Admission: 10,00 € /5,00 €
Area ticket Charlottenburg: 12,00 € /6,00 €
Free admission up to 18 years.
The entrance fee is valid only for the permanent exhibition.

Tue - Fri10am - 6pm
Sat + Sun11am - 6pm
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