Opening hours during Berlin Art Week:
13—16 SEP, 11am—6pm
The Kienzle Art Foundation was founded in 2009 and places a special emphasis on bringing art to the public. Its core consists of the art collection of Jochen Kienzle, which includes art from the 1960s until today, from painting to conceptual trends. Important artists in the collection include David Lamelas, Marieta Chirulescu, Verena Pfisterer, Josef Kramhöller, Jack Goldstein, Jonathan Lasker, Gary Stephan, and Franz Erhard Walther.
Jochen Kienzle sees himself both as an initiator and a partner of projects fostering artistic outsiders and the rediscovery of “forgotten” artists and has made a name for himself over the years as an active member of the Berlin art community. As a private art collector, Jochen Kienzle regularly lends his work for exhibition purposes; he also frequently takes part in round table discussions and expert conversations.