Art Metropolis Berlin: Exhibitions and Events for Contemporary Art
Hundreds of galleries in Berlin present contemporary art in a wide variety of styles. From fine art and architecture to performing arts, painting, film and media art to the light installations of Dark Matter, LAS or digital NFT artworks, Berlin has the right location presentation format for every art form. Established institutions such as the Academy of Arts (Akademie der Künste), founded in 1669, or even the House of World Cultures offer a forum for discourse and exchange and relate the development of the art scene to current socio-political trends.
In the city you will find numerous sculptures by internationally renowned artists such as Richard Serra, Keith Haring or Henry Moore. In the city you will find numerous sculptures by internationally renowned artists such as Richard Serra, Keith Haring and Henry Moore. Established artists such as Alicia Kwade, Katharina Grosse, Rosemarie Trockel, Ólafur Elíasson and Jonathan Monk live and work in the city. Discover internationally renowned galleries like Johann König, and private collections are also open to the public, such as the Boros Collection. Add to this a lively young scene, to be discovered for example at Urban Spree. And the street art scene not only brings colour to Berlin but also the artistic claim that art should be accessible to all.
Project spaces and collectives, Berlin's art museums such as the Gropius Bau, the KINDL Centre for Contemporary Art, the Feuerle Collection, the historic station hall of the Hamburger Bahnhof or the Wilhelm Hallen in Reinickendorf offer plenty of space for large-scale installations. Regular art events such as the Gallery Weekend or the Berlin Art Week attract art lovers, artists and collectors to the capital every year.