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Gays love art
Impressive and atmospheric gay-owned eight-metre-high gallery space run by Swiss-born Juerg Judin, located in a building that formerly hosted the offices of the newspaper Der Tagesspiegel. Judin's set has included George Grosz, Martin Kippenberger, Oliver Clegg, Adrian Ghenie and English painter Dexter Dalwood, showcased in the gallery's inaugural exhbition at the new Postdamer Strasse location in September 2011, following its move from Heidenstraße, which opened in 2008. Changed from Nolan Judin to Galerie Judin in September 2013 following depature of David Nolan. U-Bahns: Kurfürstenstraße and Bülowstraße.

Tags: Art

Potsdamer Straße 83
Berlin, Germany 10785
Mitte

+49 30/394 04840
Website
Tue to Sat 11am—6pm



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