The Bröhan Museum is one of Berlin's many art galleries and specializes in Art Deco, Art Nouveau and the Secession Movement.
The collection is named after Karl Bröhan, who donated the collection that makes up the museum in the early 1980s on his 60th birthday. It includes thousands of exhibits from the late 19th to the mid 20th centuries, including paintings, vases, sculptures, ceramics, prints and even furniture, which takes up most of the ground floor.
Many of the paintings here come from artists involved in the Berlin Secession - an experimental art association comprised of members who wanted to break free of the restraints of the state run Berlin Artists Association. These paintings can be found on the first floor.
On the top floor there is space where special exhibitions take place, which change on an irregular basis.
The Bröhan Museum is located opposite Schloss Charlottenburg, which is one of the "must sees" on your visit to Berlin.
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Mouth-wateringly good collection.
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