Galleries between the Martin-Gropius-Bau and Jüdisches Museum

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City Guide Berlin: Galleries between Martin-Gropius-Bau and Jüdisches Museum
Blick in die Ausstellung von Emil Michael Klein, 2010 (Courtesy Galerie Luis Campaña/Foto: Jens Ziehe)


Babara Thumm, Calier | Gebauer and Konrad Fischer are just some of the numerous galleries that can be found in the district of Kreuzberg.
Galleries between the Martin-Gropius-Bau and Jüdisches Museum

In the district of Kreuzberg, renowned galleries can be found close together. Zimmerstrasse is home to Barbara Weiss’ light spaces, among others, while the daadgalerie occupies a space with large display windows. Highly sought-after international Berliner Künstlerprogramm scholarship holders are showcased here. At Rudi-Dutschke-Strasse 26, not far from Check Point Charlie, Ascan Crone and Michael Janssen run their galleries. In the small arcade between Charlottenstrasse and Markgrafenstrasse, the galleries Carlier, Gebauer, Barbara Thumm, Aurel Scheibler and September occupy ground-floor spaces, some of which are the size of a Kunsthalle art gallery. In 2007, Galerienhaus Lindenstrasse 34/35 opened in close proximity to the Jüdisches Museum. The sophisticated 1912 commercial building is home to the galleries Nordenhake from Stockholm, Gregor Podnar from Ljubljana, Gebrüder Lehmann from Dresden and Konrad Fischer from Düsseldorf. To the north, Luis Campana runs his gallery in a ground-floor apartment alongside his original gallery in Cologne.

Galleries between the Martin-Gropius-Bau and Jüdisches Museum

In order to visit the galleries in the Kreuzberg district, simply alight at the Kochstraße subway station. For details on opening times, please consult the Websites of the respective galleries.

Altes Museum (1), Neues Museum (2), Alte Nationalgalerie (3), Pergamonmuseum and Bode-Museum (4), Gemäldegalerie/Kulturforum (5), Neue Nationalgalerie (6), Hamburger Bahnhof (7), Museum Berggruen (8), Scharf-Gerstenberg Collection (8), Martin-Gropius-Bau (9), Jüdisches Museum (10), Kunst-Werke and galleries (11), Private Collections Boros, Olbricht, Haubrok and Hoffmann (12), Galleries around Potsdamer Strasse (13), Deutsche Guggenheim (14), Galleries between the Martin-Gropius-Bau and Jüdisches Museum (15)