Berlin, Germany


  • Lehrter Str. 37Berlin
  • Berlin
  • Berlin
  • D-10557
  • Germany

Opening times

Friday and Saturday from 2 pm-7 pm

Travel Information

Tube / Metro: RE / S Berlin Central Station
Bus: Bus 123 Kruppstr. | M 27 Quitzowstr.
Train: Berlin Central Station


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Beginning in October of 2014, the gallery Zweigstelle Berlin – which has been in operation for more than 6 years – will assume a new format: from now on, Isolde Nagel, the founder of platform A TRANS, and Andreas Stucken, director of Zweigstelle Berlin, will cooperate, sharing the gallery spaces in Berlin-Moabit/Mitte.

Each brings multifaceted curatorial capacities to this joint venture, unleashing new impulses and synergies. At the same time, they will preserve a place for art while maintaining continuity with their previous exhibition practices. Every year, each partner will realize 3 independent exhibition projects.

Isolde Nagel and Andreas Stucken look forward to their collaboration at this established location for contemporary art, with its enthralling cultural environment; they hope to develop something new, and to present open, innovative and forward-looking forms of gallery exhibition praxis.

The history of the gallery Zweigstelle Berlin:

Located at the heart of Berlin, close to the Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart, and not far from Hauptbahnhof/Central Station, "Zweigstelle Berlin" moved into its current location at Lehrter Str. 37, 10557 Berlin in early 2008.

Located in the immediate vicinity of Zweigstelle Berlin in addition to the studios of such well-known artists as Katharina Grosse and Karin Sander is a major collection of contemporary art (Ivo Wessel), the office of Sauerbruch Hutton, and the future home of Kaspar König. Zweigstelle Berlin is hence positioned at a location where fresh cultural synergies are being generated, and one that is bound up with the multifaceted urban texture of Berlin-Moabit. 

The gallery's program extends from painting, drawing, and photography and all the way to installation works. Solo and group shows will be presented in the bright, spacious gallery that covers 100 m² – a dynamic place for encounters with contemporary art. Some shows will be organized by renowned internationally active curators.

To date, Zweigstelle Berlin has participated in the following art fairs: Preview Berlin 2010/12; Scope Basel 2009; Art Karlsruhe 2011/09.

At the ART Shop of Zweigstelle Berlin, art by young and established artists can be acquired online, appreciation and expert reports included.