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Biesdorf Palace, a striking villa in late classicist style, was built in 1866 according to plans by the architect Heino Schmieden. After 1889, the royal horticultural director Albert Brodersen redesigned the park, which had been extended to almost 15 hectares.
Today, Biesdorf Palace is a municipal gallery that presents changing exhibitions and is the venue for events.
The current exhibition can be visited on Open Monument Day from 10 am to 6 pm. Works by Sven Kalden, Michaela Schweiger, Binelde Hyrcan, Johanna Kandl, Thomas Ravens, Ingeborg Lockemann, Anna Jermolaewa, Stefan Panhans, Gunter Reski, Heidrun Holzfeind, Roswitha von den Driesch and Jens-Uwe Dyffort, Timm Ulrichs and Simon Mullan are on display. The exhibition project revolves around the concept of value as an economic, social and technological construction: what has value for us and how can values arise?
Exhibition concept by Ingeborg Lockemann, Sven Kalden, Roswitha von den Driesch and Karin Scheel.