Hamburger Bahnhof is a 19th century railway station renovated and converted into a contemporary art gallery in the late 1980s. It boasts an impressive collection of contemporary art and an active exhibition life. The permanent collection is an endless string of textbook works of art. As soon as you enter the building you will notice Dan Flavin's neon tubes (best viewed after dark, of course); walk on, and you will see art by the likes of Warhol, Sol LeWitt, Bruce Nauman, Anselm Kiefer and other greats. The most beautiful of all the Hamburger Bahnhof gems, is, of course, the extensive collection of Joseph Beuys' art.
50 - 51 Invalidenstraße, Mitte
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Keywords: Berlin, museum