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Deichtorhallen Hamburg is one of Europe’s largest exhibition centres for contemporary art and photography. Two bookstores, the café and restaurant »Fillet of Soul« round out the Deichtorhallen offerings. Located in the centre of Hamburg in walking...more
Pretty lame modern art gallery to be honest. Save your money. In comparison to similar places around the world this place is just not good. Photo Gallery closed as well which was disappointing. One caveat - this place is a must if you are a...More
Ok, need to preface this with a disclosure - I went to see the photography exhibition, which I realized was closed after buying a ticket. Definitely make sure what you want to see is open before going.
The sculpture part was way too modern for...More
The exhibition is chaotic. No thought put into the layout. Endless maze. Noisy. No security. Were my photos in the exhibit, I'd remove them. Street photographs are the ones everybody's seen a 1000 times before. Nothing original. Waste of money. Buy the books. Cheaper. Take...More
If you're a lover of contemporary art then you won't want to miss a visit here. It is smallish compared to exhibition museums in major cities, but there is enough space to keep you occupied for an hour or more. We enjoyed the current exhibition...More
My expectations were kind of high when I entered this exhibition. We spent €15 for two adults and one child. The display artist were kind of interesting but in total every exposed photographer was very limited in their exhibits. Too sad I would have seen...More
There are two exhibition halls that offer different exhibitions. Usually one is a big one, well known artist and the other is either soemthing from the standard repertoire or somebody new, still not well known. These combinations make a visit very interesting and you will...More
Visited both Hallen. The pho one was very disappointing as the temporary exhibitions of the day were very weak, the building remains nice though. The second space (with the Viola exhibition) was much more interesting and the building there is just spectacular (and was by...More
I've just visited the exhibition of the video artist Bill Viola - really amazing! I liked this exhibition hall because everytime is changing. It's a huge big space who tranforms it every time according to the exhibition.