Berlin’s own Guggenheim is located on the ground floor of the Deutsche Bank premises, a sandstone building constructed in 1920. The compact 510qm gallery was designed by American architect, Richard Gluckman, whose other credits include the Dia Centre for the Arts in New York and The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh.
The exhibition space hosts several exhibitions each year, many showcasing works specially commissioned from artists for the Guggenheim’s own extensive collection. A staircase leads from the exhibition hall to the comfortable KAFFEEBANK Café and Museum Shop, where visitors can pause for refreshments and browse a selection of exquisite art books and clever gift items.
Free guided tours – daily 18:00
Free entry – mondays
Lunch lectures – wed 13:00.