Featured in gallery guide “Kunst in Berlin”

Circle Culture Gallery is featured in the gallery guide “Kunst in Berlin” published by BeBra Verlag.

Around Augusstraße and a little further

In the 1990s, a gallery tour in Auguststraße felt like a huge vernissage. After the reunification, the narrow, almost one kilometer long Auguststraße between Oranienburger and Rosenthaler Straße offered many empty stores, backyard spaces, entire houses and, in the middle of it all, an old margarine factory on three floors, which became known as “Kunstwerke”. Young gallery owners set up their galleries in empty stores. Soon the wave of art galleries spilled over into the neighboring streets. The fact that so many spaces were suddenly being offered at low rents for art galleries in the middle of a large city and that young galleries were given a chance was unique in European cities and brought about by the fall of the Berlin Wall.





The Circle Culture Gallery was founded in 2001 by Dirk Staudinger and Johann Haehling von Lanzenauer as the cultural project space Cc:room. The gallery is characterized by a diverse range of perspectives from internationally recognized to young emerging artists. Dirk Staudinger also conducts opinion research and futurology within his global thinkers network and transfers his experiences to his exhibition activities. In addition to other artistic developments in the zeitgeist, street and urban art by world-famous street artists such as Banksy is also shown.


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