Uber Art

[an error occurred while processing this directive] Berlin's art scene is booming, with droves of foreign artists and dealers setting up shop in the city. Uta Baier and Gerhard Charles Rump, art critics at the Berlin-based daily Die Welt, gave us the lowdown on their favorite venues.

Künstlerhaus Bethanien The best thing about this former deaconesses' home in the hip Kreuzberg district, says Rump, is its presentation of artists who deal with "current topics like poverty and violence in their works." Dedicated to helping international artists since 1974, the venue, which is both publicly and privately funded, provides residents...

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