Bröhan-Museum has a unique collection of art nouveau, art deco, and the art of the Berlin Secession. As a museum for art nouveau and art and design from the first half of the twentieth century with ca. 1000 square meters of exhibition space, it is able to present the collection in a permanent exhibition that changes at a two year rhythm.
At the same time, the museum seeks to explore the contemporary relevance of the issues that shaped the history of art and design during the twentieth century. In special exhibitions, the museum explores various subjects of art nouveau, art deco, and the Berlin Secession, and questions of art and design through the present. Art nouveau, art deco, and the Berlin Secession as the main areas of competence, are complemented by issues of art, applied art, and design from 1950 through today in our special exhibitions.
Alfons Mucha, Plakat „JOB“, 1998, Bröhan-Museum, Berlin, Foto: Martin Adam, Berlin
Vasen, Joh. Loetz Witwe, Klostermühle, um 1900, Glas, Bröhan-Museum, Berlin, Foto: Martin Adam, Berlin
Karl Hagemeister, Mohnfeld, 1875, Gouache auf Karton, Bröhan-Museum, Berlin, Foto: Martin Adam, Berlin
Tue-Sun 10 am – 6 pm
( Dec 24th, 31st, Pfingstmontag, closed)