Susan Meiselas
Schwarz-Weiß Fotografie jugendlicher an einem Street Pool in Little Italy, von Susan Meiselas 1978 geschossen
Bieke Depoorter
Junge Frau im pinken Badeanzug in einem Pink gestrichenen Raum. Links im Hintergrund liegt ein Dildo auf einer Ablage
Corona-Update
Visitors in the exhibition "Songs of the Sky . Photography & The Cloud", C/O Berlin, 2021 © David von Becker
Hygiene and protection measures

No Covid proofs necessary.
We recommend you to wear a mask for everyone's protection.
Please follow our hygiene and protection measures.

Visit

At a Glance

Opening hours

Daily 11:00–20:00

Changed opening hours
June 23, 2022 .11:00-15:00

Recommendation to wear a mask.
No Covid proofs necessary.

Please check our hygiene measures.

How to find us

Address:
C/O Berlin Amerika-Haus Hardenbergstraße 22–24 10623 Berlin

Bus und Train:
S+U Zoologischer Garten

Parking:
Parkhaus am Zoo

Tickets

Reguar / Reduced:
10 Euro / 6 Euro

Groups (per Person) regular / reduced:
8 Euro / 5 Euro

Free entry:
up to + including 18 years of age

Guided Tours

Public Guided Tours
Sa/Su, 14:00

Individual Guided Tours

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C/O Berlin Friends
© Stephanie von Becker
Support C/O Berlin and Join C/O Berlin Friends

As a C/O Berlin Friend you and a guest are welcome to visit our exhibitions for free and enjoy further benefits.

C/O Berlin Talent Award
Anna Ehrenstein, Thibaut II, 2018, (Detail) © Anna Ehrenstein . Courtesy Office Impart and KOW Berlin
Support and nurture young talents

Supporting and developing emerging talents in their artistic development is an integral part of the C/O Berlin Foundation’s mission and work. 

Education
© Stephanie von Becker
Get to know photography in a playful way

With the formats Junior, Teens and Adults, C/O Berlin offers a chance to get to know photography, film and design on a professional level and to playfully implement one’s own ideas. 

C/O Berlin Newspaper
Surprising, entertaining, and inspiring

We publish our free in-house C/O Berlin Newspaper to mark each exhibition opening. Each issue features essays, interviews, and pieces by high-profile authors and scholars. Always surprising, entertaining, and inspiring, our editors bring together topics explored in our exhibitions.

Die Vielen
Goldene Flagge
© Die Vielen
Art creates spaces for change.

As creators of arts and culture in Germany we do not stand above things. Rather we have both feet firmly on the ground – the very ground upon which one of the worst state crimes against humanity was committed. This country has seen art vilified as degenerate and culture being abused for purpose of propaganda. 

We unite in solidarity with people who, in the light of right-wing politics, are further marginalised within our society. Solidarity over privilege. It’s about all of us. Freedom for the Arts!

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