Berlinische Galerie is one of the German capital’s youngest museums and collects art created in Berlin dating from 1870 to today. Outstanding highlights of the collection include Berlin Dada, the New Objectivity, and the eastern European avant-garde. The art of the divided Berlin and the reunited metropolis form additional emphases of the collection. A key characteristic is the institution’s interdisciplinarity: the museum’s fine art, photography, architecture, prints and drawings, and the archives form the foundation for an exciting range of visual dialogs. The permanent exhibition and the special shows from classical modernism to contemporary art are complemented by additional programs including films, concerts, artist conversations, curator guided tours, and lectures. In addition to the archive, the library, and the study hall, the studio Bunter Jakob offers children and young people space to work creatively.