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I enjoyed visiting this exhibition to discover this artist. It is well lit and properly documented so you can take your time and discover a true gem. The exhibition hall is compact. Their is a good shop and a coffee place in the next room.
This place is having a Burle Marx exposition this summer that is a must for the ones who appreciate landscape designers and / or Brazilian artists. Small but very well curated show with a bit of everything of this great modernist who had a strong...More
The starting point for “Bird Song” is the artist Gladys Mgudlandlu (1917-1979).
It is a compact exhibition. Very interesting if you like modern art, which I do. Includes paintings and sculptures - the central one of a broken wing comprising wooden crutches was very poignant....More
We visited the exhibition of Bhupen Khakhar's paintings "You Can't Please All" and were impressed that the "conservative" Deutsche Bank featured the often provocative work of one of India's most renowned modern artists. Accompanying the paintings were helpful background explanations in both German and English...More
. . . and on Mondays, the museum is free. In all fairness I must admit that I am NOT a modern art fan -- but give me a break, a string hanging from the ceiling is in my humble opinion, NOT art. It has...More
I am really glad I visited the Deutsche Bank KunstHalle. I wish I could have taken photos here but it is prohibited. The collection is modern and contemporary art. I very much appreciated the collection and the video installation. Berlin is a great town to...More
Amazing exhibition. Very well done, organized and curated.
The gallery has an excellent size for big formats without losing intimacy and time for being by yourself if you want.
Good shop as well.
The title say it all. Greetings!