The exhibition Shifting Perspectives charts the transitional period of East Germany, from the GDR and the post-reunification era to the present day. Using the collection of the Brandenburg Museum for Modern Art as a starting point, the exhibition shows the work of 22 artists who focus on the shifting landscapes and urban structures in East Berlin and Brandenburg. Overgrown border zones, cities in transformation and personal stories hint at imminent change or depict the development of public spaces since reunification. … read more

Explore our rich program of artist talks, lectures, workshops and performances. On a regular basis  exciting artists and speakers discuss, reflect and experiment on matters of art and public space. From exhibition tour, to sound performance and dinner discourse here you will find all the upcoming dates continue reading...

The ZKR – Centre for Art and Public Space Schloss Biesdorf aims to explore the complex interplay between art, architecture and public space. As a cultural project of the publicly-owned Grün Berlin GmbH, the ZKR displays art in both an urban and an environmental context. Changing exhibitions display international contemporary art alongside art from the former GDR, thus revealing unexpected associations between the artistic positions of the different eras … read more

Almost 150 years ago, Schloss Biesdorf was built by the royal architect Heino Schmieden as a two-storey, classicist villa with an octagonal tower. Later developed by the Siemens family, who expanded the surrounding landscape park, the estate became property of the city of Berlin in the late 1920s. After a fire almost completely destroyed the upper storey, the property was provisionally repaired in the 1950s and used as a local cultural centre.  …read more

Set in the grounds of a picturesque park, the ZKR – Centre for Art and Public Space Schloss Biesdorf aims to become a unique landmark in Berlin’s cultural landscape. Pay us a visit and explore this special venue and its creative potential. … more information