The Kunsthaus Dahlem, which is located right next to Grunewald and in the immediate vicinity of the Brücke Museum, is an exhibition space dedicated to postwar modernism in East and West Germany. It is under the responsibility of the Atelierhaus Dahlem gGmbH, a subsidiary of the Bernhard-Heiliger-Stiftung that was founded in 2013. One essential concentration of its exhibition program is the presentation of sculpture, supplemented by painting, graphic art, and photography. The years from 1945 to 1961 are a special focus, a period whose central historical moments include the capitulation in the war and subsequent occupation, the simmering East-West conflict, the blockade of Berlin and its overcoming by the airlift of the Western allies, the founding of two German states, and the building of the Berlin Wall. From June 30th 2017 to June 17th 2018 Kunsthaus Dahlem presents the group exhibition New/Old Homeland. Artist’s R/emigration after 1945 with appr. 50 works by 15 artists including Theo Balden, Will Lammert, Max Lingner and Emy Roeder. In addition to the permanent exhibition, the Kunsthaus will regularly present special exhibitions on individual artists and themes.
- 11:00 - 17:00
- Wednesday -Sunday
- 11:00 - 17:00
- Admission price
- 6,00 €
Combination Ticket with Brücke-Museum: 8,00 €, reduced 5,00 €
- Reduced price
- 4,00 €
Kinder und Jugendliche bis 18 Jahre frei.
Museum Shop, Cafe, Library
- limited suitability for people with learning difficulties
- wheelchair accessibility
- wheelchair-friendly WC facilities
Das Haus ist nur eingeschränkt barrierefrei (Rollstuhlgerechtes WC, ebenerdiger Eingang). Es gibt keinen Aufzug.
Die Website existiert in Leichter Sprache.