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.
in Turmstraße has developed into a vibrant centre for contemporary art between Akademie der Künste and Hamburger Bahnhof.
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 in Berlin’s Scheunenviertel is one of the most popular locations for emerging artists.
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.