The museum FLUXUS+ is unique in Berlin, Potsdam, and the surrounding area with its focus on the Fluxus movement and the comprehensive private collection of works by Wolf Vostell and works by contemporary artists. Located directly on the shore of the Havel, the private museum presents a large number of works by German Fluxus artist Wolf Vostell, who became famous for his happenings and art performances in the 1960s. Works by protagonists of the international Flux movement, such as Nam June Paik, Alison Knowles, Yoko Ono, and Emmet Williams, are another focus of the museum. Works by Sebastian Heiner, Hella De Santarossa, Lutz Friedel, and Costantino Ciervo are exhibited in the modern art section.
Special exhibits, regular concerts, a café, and a museum shop are also permanent parts of the institution.
*adults 6€ instead of 7,5o€, students 2,40€ instead of 3€, kids to 13 free of charge.
The “museum FLUXUS+” , the shop museum and the café are openend from wednesday to sunday from 1pm to 6pm.
last entrance to to the permanent exhibition is 5.30 pm
special opening hours on holidays (opened from 1 to 6 pm)
tel: +49 331 601089 30
fax: +49 331 60108910
From Babelsberg S-Bahn station: Trams 94 or 99: Get off at Schiffbauergasse / Uferweg.
From Potsdamer main station: tram lines 93 or 99: stop Holzmarktstraße.