Permanent Collection - DaimlerChrysler Collection Berlin

The DaimlerChrysler Collection, which is devoted to 20th century art, moved into its own exhibition galleries for the first time in 1999.They are in Potsdamer Platz in Haus Huth, http://www.sammlung.daimlerchrysler.com/sculpt/potsdamerplatz/haushuth_e.htm
which has been lavishly renovated.

The gallery is called DaimlerChrysler Contemporary, and has about 600 sq m of exhibition space. It alternates shows of key works from the collection and new acquisitions four times a year, with additional smaller shows of work by individual artists and special exhibitions.

Selected works: http://www.sammlung.daimlerchrysler.com/sammlung/werke_index_e.htm

In about 1989/90, Mercedes-Benz acquired a group of eleven large sculptures for their site in Untertürkheim, Stuttgart, and for the public areas at their Möhringen, Stuttgart, headquarters, including key works by Walter de Maria, Norbert Kricke and Klaus Staudt.

Potsdamer Platz http://www.sammlung.daimlerchrysler.com/sculpt/potsdamerplatz/skulpt_index_e.htm

New Mercedes-Benz Museum,
Stuttgart Untertürkheim http://www.sammlung.daimlerchrysler.com/sculpt/stuttgart/ut_index_e.htm



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