The Feuerle Collection

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Berlin: The Feuerle Collection - Art Museum Entrance Ticket

1. Berlin: The Feuerle Collection - Art Museum Entrance Ticket

The Feuerle Collection combines international contemporary artists with Imperial Chinese furniture and ancient Southeast Asian art. Located in a former Second World War bunker - renovated by the British architect John Pawson - the museum encourages a conversation between different periods and cultures. As you explore the collections, gain a new perspective on the ancient and contemporary works surrounding by impressive architecture and sophisticated light design which will stimulate all senses.  Meet your expert guide and begin your walk through the collections. Marvel at stone, bronze, and wood Khmer sculptures from the 7th to the 13th century, Imperial Chinese lacquer and stone furniture. In addition, find wood and stone Chinese Scholar furniture from the Han Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty dating from 200 BC to the 18th century. They are complemented by works by contemporary artists, including Cristina Iglesias, Anish Kapoor, Zeng Fanzhi, James Lee Byars, Nobuyoshi Araki, and Adam Fuss. Discover why these pieces have all been chosen and collected by the museum’s founder Désiré Feuerle - a connoisseur of Asian art who was a pioneer in juxtaposing antiquities with contemporary art through a series of ground-breaking exhibitions in the 1990s.

Berlin: Gong Bath Session at The Feuerle Collection

2. Berlin: Gong Bath Session at The Feuerle Collection

Relax and recharge with a traditional gong bath session surrounded by beautiful artwork. Lie on a yoga mat in the center of the exhibition space and experience sound waves that will help you reach a state of deep relaxation. Gong baths balance emotions and bio-rhythms with a harmony of relaxing sounds. After the 50-minute session, feel free to explore The Fuerele Collection. Discover a variety of contemporary artworks, Southeast Asian art, and Imperial Chinese furniture.

Berlin: The Feuerle Collection Meditation Experience

3. Berlin: The Feuerle Collection Meditation Experience

This visit to The Feuerle Collection is based on the idea of a silent, mobile-detox experience through an unexpected world of juxtapositions. You'll pass through the Sound Room and walk in the Lake Room, stopping to meditate amongst the beautiful artworks.  Enjoy entrance the exhibition of early Khmer sculptures (7th - 13th century A.D.), and Imperial and Scholar Chinese furniture (2nd century B.C. - 17th century A.D.). Admire contemporary works by Anish Kapoor, Cristina Iglesias, Adam Fuss, Zeng Fanzhi, James Lee Byars, and Nobuyoshi Araki. Mediation is not mandatory. You may also choose to walk around quietly and simply enjoy the art.

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What people are saying about The Feuerle Collection

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 11 reviews

Awesome building and very beautiful collection. Bath Gong experience was just the cherry on top. Only thing I would have appreciated, would have been having more time to look at the statues and the other art pieces that were there in the first hall where we had the Gong bath. I felt that the time to really walk among those artworks and contemplating them and enjoy their beauty was way too short for my taste. We were asked twice to hurry and follow the group upstairs where the items exhibited weren't as much as downstairs. I am positive one shouldn't rush in these kind of experiences. Aside from that, I strongly recommend this activity as it is very pleasant and unique. I took my boyfriend there as it was my gift for him and he really loved it too!

Is hard to find. Start very early! Yes, there is # 70, just don't give up prematurely. It would be helpful to specify whether you should turn to the right or left when getting off the S-Bahn, as it takes until the first house no. appears and you have to search for a long time until you may find that you have taken the wrong direction. The experience is very special, the company empathetic and understanding.

Impressive production in an old bunker from the second world war. The location is perhaps even more impressive than the art objects on display.

Amazing space, and very interesting way of combining old and new works of art! Would recommend for locals and tourists

A true hidden gem that allows you to experience Berlin in a different way. Highly recommended!!