Georg Kolbe Museum


The new exhibition Artificial Biotopes is open! Welcome!


07. July, Thursday, 18:00




Curator's tour

  • Guided Tour

The two curators of the exhibition Artificial Biotopes, Dr. Sylvia Martin, Deputy Director of the Kunstmuseen Krefeld and Dr. Julia Wallner talk about the concept and current research questions that make the project relevant from today’s perspective. Please note: the talk is in German.

12. July, Tuesday, 18:00 – 20:00



18:00 – 20:00

Drawing Class

  • Adult
  • Workshops

Light and shadow, structures and textures, hatching, composition. Together with Janna de Haen, various drawing techniques will be explored and deepened over several evenings. Beginners and advanced students are both welcome.

27. August, Saturday, 13:00 – 16:00



13:00 – 16:00

Bike Tour

  • Adult
  • Family & Kids
  • Guided Tour

As four established Berlin institutions for modern and contemporary art, the Haus am Waldsee, the Georg Kolbe Museum, the Brücke Museum and the Kunsthaus Dahlem are small jewels on the outskirts of the city. All four houses are characterized by the charming combination of art, nature and architecture.

28. August, Sunday, 14:00 – 15:00



14:00 – 15:00

Public guided tour

  • Guided Tour

Public guided tour  of the current exhibition Artifial Biotopes. Lehmbruck, Kolbe Mies van der Rohe and Anne Duk Hee Jordan (in german language).


New exhibition

What space can nature, sculpture and architecture create in art? What kind of living society emerges when organic processes are the creative force? And which biological forms can be translated into aesthetics? Find out all about our new exhibition Künstliche Biotope.

good appetite

The museum café Benjamine provides from 10 to 18 o’clock for all visitors for the physical well-being: Cake, soup and salads from natural/organic ingredients are served with good weather now also outside on the terrace.

Kolbe's Kiez: An Audio Walk for Berlin's Westend

Directly surrounding the Georg Kolbe Museum, the built environment and architecture tell of experiments with different lifestyles and of discourses on urban history. They can now be explored with the app Kolbes Kiez, which is available for iPhone and Android. More information is available on the project website Kolbe außer Haus (Kolbe Outdoors).