Contemporary Fine Arts

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One of Berlin’s best-known spaces, Contemporary Fine Arts has been presenting idiosyncratic art from around the world since 1992. Run by Bruno Brunnet, Nicole Hackert and Philipp Haverkampf, CFA’s programme blends the outré and fresh with eminences, in their light, airy Chipperfield-designed building near Museum Island.

The diversity of the roster means that at any one time, you are likely to see works by anyone from Berlin’s infamous Jonathan Meese to Georg Baselitz, Marc Brandenburg, the late Norbert Schwontowski, Gert and Uwe Tobias, Daniel Richter and Katja Strunz to Brit stars such as Sarah Lucas, Peter Doig and Chris Ofili.

Venue name: Contemporary Fine Arts
Address: Am Kupfergraben 10

Opening hours: Open 11am-6pm Tue-Fri; 11am- 4pm Sat.
Transport: U6, S1, S2, S3, S5, S7, S75 Friedrichsstrasse.
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