CONNOISSEURS FLOCK TO Berlin FOR THE THRIVING ART SCENE THAT REVEALS ITSELF THROUGHOUT THE CITY. TAKE A GANDER AND YOU’LL MAKE PLANS TO RETURN, TOO.
Like New York City and London in the 1970s and ’80s, Berlin cheap rents and anything-goes ethos have made it a hub for international artists, creating a city of restless energy and optimism. From contemporary art in converted Nazi bunkers to graffiti in a park (through which Berlin Wall used to run), you can admire all kinds of artworks in every corner of Berlin. Apart from the popular gems strewn across the city, you can also discover lesser known art pieces by famous artists, like Andy Warhol’s 1973 Pop Art Portrait of the Chinese leader Mao in the Hamburger Bahnof Museum, or the 1647 'Susanna and the Elders' by Rembrandt in the Gemaldegalerie art museum.