Hallesches Ufer 70
10963 Berlin


Viewing of the collection with registration only:
28—30 SEP

U-Bahn U2, Mendelsohn-Bartholdy-Park
Bus M29, N1, Mendelsohn-Bartholdy-Park
Bus M29, Schöneberger Brücke

18 €, reduced 11 €
Incence Ceremony: 250 € per person (with 4 participants)

Outside view of The Feuerle Incense Room. Female Divinity, Khmer, Baphuon, 11th Century, Stone. Khmer sculptures reflections. Photo: def image©The Feuerle CollectionInstallation view of The Feuerle Collection. Garden Stone Bench, Ming Dynasty, China, 16th Century -17th Century, Limestone. Photo: def image © The Feuerle Collection

The Feuerle Collection

In The Feuerle Collection, works by international contemporary artists are juxtaposed with Imperial Chinese furniture and early Khmer sculptures. Located in a former Second World War telecommunications bunker that has been renovated by the British architect John Pawson, the museum encourages a conversation between different periods and cultures, offering an alternative perception of ancient art and creates a new perspective on the pieces, adopting a synesthetic approach. The total museum space of  7,350 sq/m  includes two main exhibition rooms, a Sound Room, a Lake Room and an Incense Room. The Feuerle Collection is the first art museum to present the theme of Chinese incense culture and the only place in the world where the incense ceremony is introduced as an artistic practice, part of a curatorial work in dialogue with, and surrounded by, ancient and contemporary art. The Feuerle Incense Ceremony is available by appointment only.