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The Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum fur Gegenwart – Berlin presides over a comprehensive collection of contemporary art, which it presents in a variety of exhibitions. It is the largest among the buildings housing the Nationalgalerie’s extensive...more
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A group of my university friends and some lectures spent the morning at this gallery as part of our art trip. The gallery is very large, and some parts are interesting, although I feel some parts of the gallery could have been unitised better. Lots...More
I was really impressed with the exhibition space, the permanent collection feels a bit outdated, and for the temporary exhibitions you have to be into modern art. Enjoyed the visit, but not my favorite museum in Berlin.
I've been to exhibitions here of artists such as Gerhard Richter which were unforgettable but unfortunately my last vist was not. I wandered through gaping halls with a couple of artworks and yawning emptiness in between. The difficult-to-find exhibition of the painter Otto Mueller and...More
This museum is not for everyone as it is mainly focused on modern type art. After several days of the Pergamon, Altes and other museums, this was really a nice change.
I thoroughly enjoyed the many different types of art in a nice airy building...More
We were first here 15 years ago, and over the years it's grown, with the huge warehouse building at the side which now houses the permanent collection. In terms of space it now really matches the major art galleries of Europe. This time there was...More
I'm fighting a losing battle with my natural suspicion that this sort of stuff is mostly pretentious guff designed to keep hipsters occupied, so in not going to comment on the collection itself. The building is great - light and airy and plenty of space....More
There were some interesting exhibitions and the permanent collections were good but oh boy the staff throughout are very rude. The ticket sales, the cloakroom and the exhibitions staff all seem like they have somewhere better to be and literally bark and snatch tickets etc....More
Although Contemporary Art is emphasized in this art museum,the highlight of my November Saturday visit was their current temporary exhibit,"Painter and Mentor Otto Mueller"(exhibit ends in early March,2019).It featured Expressionistic-style German paintings by Otto Mueller,including his"Wooded Landscape","Farmstead With Donkey and Child",and"Summer Day",among others.Painters associated with...More