Haus am Kleistpark

Grunewaldstraße 6–7
10823 Berlin-Schöneberg
Tue–Sun 11 a.m.– 6 p.m.

The exhibition space known as the Haus am Kleistpark is one of the largest and longest-running municipal art galleries in Berlin. Across 240 m2 of space the visitor can encounter the work of in Berlin living contemporary artists and also relevant positions from international artists. One of the primary focuses of curatorial work at the gallery is artistic photography.
The broad spectrum of what’s on offer includes numerous cultural-historical exhibitions in which processes of social transformation are an integral part of the discourse. Many projects are realised through collaboration with various partners.
Every year the Haus am Kleistparkawards its annual Art Prize as well as its work-grant in photography. In addition, the gallery offers a separate communications programme for schools.
Since 2011 Barbara Esch Marowski has been the director of the Haus am Kleistpark.

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