Lee Bul, „Willing To Be Vulnerable“, 2015–2016, Exhibition view “Crashing” Hayward Gallery, 2018
Gropius Bau

Lee Bul: Crash
From 29 September
Gropius Bau

Restless Times
Until 6 January
Auguste Rodin (1840–1917), Crouching Woman, ca. 1882
Gropius Bau

Gurlitt: Status Report
Until 7 January

The Gropius Bau is one of Europe’s most important exhibition venues. With its acclaimed contemporary and archaeological exhibitions, the Gropius Bau has consistently opened up new realms of experience and established its international reputation.read more


Restless Times
Archaeology in Germany

Until 6 January 2019

Through spectacular new archaeological finds, and fresh perspectives on old ones, the exhibition reveals an unparalleled network of cultural interaction existing in Europe from earliest times to the recent past. Mobility, conflict, exchange and innovation – their origins, effects and interconnections – have always shaped coexistence in Europe. More information

Gurlitt: Status Report

An Art Dealer in Nazi Germany
Until 7 January 2019

News that the Bavarian Public Prosecutor’s office had seized the art collection of Cornelius Gurlitt (1932–2014), caused a national and international sensation when it was made public in November 2013. Spanning a wide range of eras and styles – from Dürer to Monet and from Cranach to Kirchner and Rodin – the exhibition presents works that have been hidden from public view for decades and provides an insight into the current state of the investigation of the Gurlitt trove. More information

Lee Bul: Crash

Until 13 January 2019

Lee Bul is one of the most important Korean artists of her generation, having received significant international recognition for her formally inventive and intellectually provocative work. From 29 September 2018 to 13 January 2019, the Gropius Bau presents Crash, her first solo exhibition in Germany. This comprehensive survey is the first exhibition Stephanie Rosenthal has curated as the new director of the Gropius Bau. More information


Revolverkino + critic.de at the Gropius Bau

28 to 30 November 2018

Every month over three consecutive evenings, the film magazine Revolverkino at the Gropius Bau explore the limits of what cinema can be: focusing on film histories, formats and genres. This November the third series is titled Gay Panic! and is presented by Michael Kienzl, the film critic and editor of critic.de. More about the programme

Wu Tsang’s In House: Vaginal Davis Contemporary Vinegar Syndrome

16 December 2018

Vaginal Davis and Daniel Hendrikson present Contemporary Vinegar Syndrome accompanied by Late Night Fermentation Salon by Wu Tsang and Liz Rosenfeld. To event

The Gropius Bau is supported by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media

Der Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien

Information for Visitors

We recommend that you buy your Gropius Bau exhibition tickets online before your visit. This allows you to choose a time slot and avoid long waiting times. More information

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