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Berlin: The Feuerle Collection Guided Tour with Entry Ticket

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Activity provider: The Feuerle Collection

Berlin: The Feuerle Collection Guided Tour with Entry Ticket

Activity provider: The Feuerle Collection

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Experience The Feuerle Collection in Berlin - a private museum of contemporary art, imperial Chinese furniture, and ancient Southeast Asian art during an accompanied visit. Be inspired by the art pieces and the sophisticated light design of the museum.

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  • Encounter Imperial and Scholar Chinese furniture, early Khmer sculpture and international contemporary art
  • Discover the first Silk Room Temporary Exhibition—Edmund de Waal
  • Find the former Second World War telecommunications bunker renovated by British architect John Pawson
  • Discover an underground lake that fits perfectly into the light design and art works
  • Enjoy a silent, mobile-detox and synesthetic visit
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The Feuerle Collection combines international contemporary artists with Imperial Chinese furniture and ancient Southeast Asian art. Located in a former Second World War bunker - renovated by the British architect John Pawson - the museum encourages a conversation between different periods and cultures. As you explore the collections, gain a new perspective on the ancient and contemporary works surrounding by impressive architecture and sophisticated light design which will stimulate all senses.  Meet your expert guide and begin your walk through the collections. Marvel at stone, bronze, and wood Khmer sculptures from the 7th to the 13th century, Imperial Chinese lacquer and stone furniture. In addition, find wood and stone Chinese Scholar furniture from the Han Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty dating from 200 BC to the 18th century. They are complemented by works by contemporary artists, including Cristina Iglesias, Anish Kapoor, Zeng Fanzhi, James Lee Byars, Nobuyoshi Araki, and Adam Fuss. Discover why these pieces have all been chosen and collected by the museum’s founder Désiré Feuerle - a connoisseur of Asian art who was a pioneer in juxtaposing antiquities with contemporary art through a series of ground-breaking exhibitions in the 1990s. The first Silk Room exhibition is also accessible until 8 April 2022 on the upper ground floor of the collection. The silk Room has focus on a selection of recent works by British artist and author Edmund de Waal, juxtaposed with unseen pieces from the collection. ”The idea behind this exhibition is to juxtapose the poetic content of Edmund de Waal’s work and the timeless character of extraordinary Asian achievements from the 6th and 16th century. De Waal is a contemporary artist, but his soul I see in Rembrandt, in the beauty of Italian Renaissance painters, and in historic philosophy. De Waal is a storyteller, who transports you to dark grounds, but also into the beauty of light. For that reason, de Waal’s waves can be found both in ancient Asian art, and in the great achievements of European masters of Wunderkammern, as if these were seen through the eye of a Morandi. de Waal creates magic imaginary boxes which contain beauty in the eyes of the spectator. Most people would see him linked to porcelain, but I think his creations using porcelain go much further and beyond the feeling porcelain creates in our eyes“. (Désiré Feuerle) We thank the Studio Edmund de Waal and Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin
  • Entrance ticket to The Feuerle Collection
  • First Silk Room Temporary Exhibition, Edmund de Waal and Unseen Pieces from The Feuerle Collection
  • Guided visit of the exhibition
  • Transport to and from the museum
  • Food and drinks
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  • Children under 16 years

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Go directly to the entrance of the The Feuerle Collection, Hallesches Ufer 70, 10963 Berlin, Germany

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Not allowed

  • Pets
  • Food and drinks
  • Video recording
  • Cameras
  • Cellphones
  • Touching the exhibits
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A little quirky but very interesting art in an unusual setting, perfectly put into scene. Great ideas to present sculptures - mostly Cambodian figures - and pieces of furniture but be prepared to lock phones and belongings into a locker, stand in the nearly total dark for the first 5 minutes listening to „music“ (or sounds) adapting to the darkness. Afterwards everything was perfectly illuminated and we enjoyed the hour of art sensually perceived. And, yes, there are also several pieces of erotic art photos showing Asian women! Definitely different and very worth it!

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July 31, 2022


Abtruly unique experience

January 29, 2023

December 5, 2022

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