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Berlinische Galerie information
The Berlin Gallery, in a converted glass warehouse, is a superb spot for taking stock of what the local scene has been up to since 1870. It's a stark, whitewashed bilevel space – the ground floor is reserved for high-profile changing exhibits. Two intersection floating stairways lead to the permanent collection which is especially strong when it comes to Dada, New Objectivity, Eastern Europe avant-garde and art created during the city's division.
Jüdisches Museum ticket holders qualify for reduced admission on the same day and the following two days, and vice versa.