Zitadelle Spandau – Zeughaus

The Zeughaus (Arsenal) was built in the Schinkel School style in 1854. The ground floor houses the City History Museum Spandau, while the 500 square metre Pfeilersaal (Pillar Hall) upstairs features regular exhibitions of interdisciplinary contemporary art in historical contexts.

Zitadelle Spandau – Bastion Kronprinz

The historic Kavalier cannon tower of the Bastion Kronprinz dates back to around the year 1700. The tower’s ground floor gallery has been used by the City History Museum Spandau and the Department of Culture to stage interdisciplinary exhibitions at

Kommunale Galerie Berlin

is a forum for contemporary art in the municipality of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf where exhibitions and events have been held since 1974. The functional two-floor exhibition area offers space for photography, painting, graphics, installations and performance. The work of Berlin-based artists receives special attention and the focus of the exhibition programme is artistic photography.

Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien

shows thematically focused group exhibitions in dialogue with contemporary art.

Galerie im Turm

focuses on solo exhibitions primarily by artists living in Berlin. Located in the north tower of Frankfurter Tor, the gallery shows various artistic media.

projektraum alte feuerwache

presents socio-cultural and artistic projects in co-operation with local artists, municipal partners and volunteer organisations.

Galerie 100

presents contemporary painting, graphics and sculpture primarily by Berlin artists

Mies van der Rohe Haus

is dedicated to presenting the architecture and heritage of classical modernism. National and international contemporary art is exhibited with a particular focus on conceptual art, minimalism, concrete art and installations.

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exhibits thematic group shows, is the promotion of young Berlin artists through the presentation of work from Lichtenberg Studios, BLO-Ateliers and others.

studio im HOCHHAUS

has an interdisciplinary approach and shows thematic exhibitions in which the diversity of cultures is the focus.

Schloss Biesdorf

The municipal gallery at the listed Biesdorf Palace presents temporary exhibitions of contemporary art on relevant social themes, often with a focus on urban space.


A former bear enclosure in Mitte, once home to bears belonging to the city of Berlin, has been a municipal exhibition venue for site-specific contemporary art since September 2017.

Galerie Nord | Kunstverein Tiergarten

in Turmstraße has developed into a vibrant centre for contemporary art between Akademie der Künste and Hamburger Bahnhof.

Galerie Wedding  — Raum für zeitgenössische Kunst

North of Chausseestraße, in the midst of a strongly urban, multicultural neighbourhood, Galerie Wedding is housed on the ground-floor of the glass-fronted Town Hall.

galerie weisser elefant

galerie weisser elefant in Berlin’s Scheunenviertel is one of the most popular locations for emerging artists.

Klosterruine Berlin

Former Franciscan monastery church ruins are one of the final remaining testaments to Berlin’s founding history, and one of the most important architectural monuments in the city to be opened to the public and used as a site for cultural events.

Galerie Pankow

has existed for sixty years and is one of the oldest municipal galleries in Berlin. Its exhibitions and events deal with current trends in contemporary art.

Galerie im Körnerpark

has presented nationally and internationally successful contemporary artists since 1983. The elongated hall of the neo-baroque orangery, with its high windows and picturesque view of the park, offers a special backdrop for artistic disciplines.

Galerie im Saalbau

sees itself as an ‘On-site Gallery’. Every year, three of six annual exhibitions are explicitly awarded to Neukölln artists by an independent jury.

Galerie Parterre Berlin

links art in Berlin with recent art history and national approaches. The inner logic of the exhibition and event programme and the intergenerational approach enable the exhibiting artists to present of their work in a larger context.

GalerieETAGE im Museum Reinickendorf

presents art exhibitions and regional historic exhibitions. There is an emphasis on the exhibition of works from the estates of artists such as Georg Schlicht and Martin Stekker, as well as exhibitions by artists with a connection to the district.

Galerie Gotisches Haus

Gotisches Haus, one of the oldest buildings in the Berlin area, dates back to the fifteenth century. The program is focused on presenting works by regional artists with historical and (urban) social relevance.

Rathaus-Galerie Reinickendorf

has been a municipal gallery continuously since the 1950s. Hannah Höch, who lived in the district since 1939, often presented her work here until her death in 1978.

Galerie Kulturhaus

Galerie im Kulturhaus is connected to a lively organization running countless cultural and social projects of all types.

Galerie Historischer Keller

The Historische Keller (Historical Cellar) dates from the early 16th century and provides a unique architectural framework for exhibitions of contemporary art.

Gutshaus Steglitz

The municipal gallery in Gutshaus Steglitz is housed in a listed neoclassical building, and the four exhibition rooms retain the character of its original purpose.

Zitadelle Spandau — ZAK Center for Contemporary Art, Old Barracks

The extensively renovated, 19th century Old Barracks opened in 2016. It offers exhibition spaces for fine arts and interdisciplinary projects across two floors with a total area of over 2500 square meters, making it one of the largest municipal galleries in Berlin.

Schwartzsche Villa

focussing on painting, but it is increasingly open to other disciplines. A juried, themed exhibition is held once a year.


A core focus of the curatorial work is artistic photography, for which an annual stipend is awarded. The municipality also awards an annual art prize.


Co-operation with organisations such as Frauenmuseum Berlin, the Karl­ Hofer Gesellschaft, the Landesarchiv Berlin, the University of the Arts and the Aktiven Museum are an essential part of the concept.

Haus am Kleistpark – Projektraum

The Projektraum (Project Room) was founded in 2015 as an experimental space that can be used flexibly and exploits the synergistic effect of projects in the large exhibition hall.

Galerie Alte Schule Adlershof

In addition to outstanding artists of the district and city, international projects are regularly exhibited, allowing insights into current developments and trends in the art scene.