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Feuerle Collection Berlin

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16 Sep 2023
The experience was great! Just extremely sad that visitors are not allowed to take pictures of the exhibition.
Brandon,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
15 Jul 2023
A unique modern art experience in Berlin, would definitely recommend
Jerome,  France France
19 May 2023
Superbement immersif, une mise en scène soignée nous poussant à la réflexion, une excellente expérience

About: The Feuerle Collection

The Feuerle Collection is a non-profit institution in Berlin Kreuzberg, founded by Désiré Feuerle and Sara Puig in 2016, dedicated to Désiré Feuerle's collection.

On display are 7th - 13th-century Khmer sculptures in stone, bronze and wood, Imperial Chinese lacquer and stone furniture, scholar's furniture ranging from the Han Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty, from 200 BC to the 18th century, juxtaposed with works by Cristina Iglesias, Anish Kapoor, Zeng Fanzhi, James Lee Byars, Nobuyoshi Araki and Adam Fuss.

The exhibition is located in a former World War II telecommunications bunker renovated by British architect John Pawson. It encourages a dialogue of different ages and cultures while providing a new perspective on early art.

The Feuerle Collection
Friday 14:00 - 18:00
Saturday 11:00 - 18:00
Sunday 11:00 - 18:00
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 18:00 - 19:00
The Feuerle Collection
70 Hallesches Ufer, 10963, Berlin
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