**TEMPORARILY CLOSED. BACK END OF MAY 2015
In a thematic exploration of Berlin’s developing art scene, the Berlinische Galerie houses work produced in the city since 1870. Chronologically arranged, the curation is always concise but not indicative. The building, built in the eighties as part of the Internationale Bauausstellung, is a neutral and inevitably white-washed space, which allows you to freely access a range of popular past styles under one roof, including: Expressionism, Berlin Dada, the Eastern European Avant-Garde, Art in the National Socialist Era, and the New Beginning after 1945. The gallery hosts a regularly updated program of temporary exhibitions, film-screenings, music events and lectures.