Bernard Frize, Puxo, 2011 © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2016 Caroline Kryzecki, KSZ 200152-04, Courtesy SEXAUER Gallery, Berlin, Photo Marcus Schneider Anatomisches Lehrmodell einer schwangeren Frau, Stephan Zick Nürnberg um 1680; © Kunstkammer Georg Laue, München_720x306 Ein Paar Tödlein, Italienisch um 1600; © Kunstkammer Georg Laue, München_720x306 Katharina Grosse, o.T., 2015 © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2016, Photo Roman März, Berlin Henriette Grahnert, Da fliegen sie dahin, die schönen Emotionen, 2007, Courtesy Galerie Kleindienst, Leipzig Gürteltier, Präparat aus einer Naturaliensammlung, 19. Jh. © Kunstkammer Georg Laue, München_720x306Elfenbein-Kabinettschrank, Melchior Baumgartner, Umkreis Augsburg um1650; © Kunstkammer Georg Laue, München_720x306 Christine Streuli, Marshmellow, 2014, Courtesy Galleria Monica de Cardenas, Milano, Zuoz Thomas Scheibitz, Ohne Titel (No. 350), 2002 © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2016 Blick in die Wunderkammer Olbricht © me Collectors Room Berlin, Foto Bernd Borchardt Blick in die Wunderkammer Olbricht © me Collectors Room Berlin, Foto Bernd Borchardt

Closing days

me Collectors Room is closed on the following dates: 30.8. – 4.9. / 13.9.2016

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14 September 2016 – 2 April 2017: My Abstract World

14 September 2016 – 2 April 2017: My Abstract World

Moved by an enthusiasm for intense colour and bold expressive gestures, Thomas Olbricht has spent the last 30 years collecting abstract art in a wide variety of styles. At me…

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13. – 18.09.: Berlin Art Week

13. – 18.09.: Berlin Art Week

Berlin Art Week will take place for the fifth time this year. This key fall event dedicated to contemporary art combines exhibitions, art fairs, art awards, and an auxiliary programme…

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Reduced admission for visitors of Berlin Biennale

Reduced admission for visitors of Berlin Biennale

Visitors of the 9th Berlin Biennale receive reduced admission on presentation of the Biennale ticket.

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The Wunderkammer Olbricht

The Wunderkammer Olbricht

The practice of maintaining ‘cabinets of curiosities’ evolved during the Renaissance and Baroque. Such cabinets were collectors’ rooms in which precious artworks (artificialia), rare phenomena of nature (naturalia), scientific instruments…

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