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Explore original Baselitz works at art'otel berlin mitte

Similar to a gallery, art'otel berlin mitte is dedicated to Georg Baselitz, one of Germany's most famous contemporary artists. Original works of art are displayed throughout the guest rooms and public areas, allowing visitors to view them during their stay in Berlin Mitte. Hotel amenities include free highspeed Wi-Fi throughout the property, private parking and business services. Don't miss the fresh cuisine at the Upside Down Bar & Restaurant, located in the stunning, historic Ermelerhaus. Guests at this Berlin hotel also enjoy a convenient city centre location opposite the metro station and within easy reach of the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and the Alexanderplatz. Book your stay at art'otel berlin mitte and see why this is one of the finest Berlin hotels.

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art'otel berlin-mitte, by park plaza

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Mon 23 Oct 2017 to Tue 24 Oct 2017
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Artist

Born Georg Kern in Deutschbaselitz in Sachsen, Germany in 1938, Georg Baselitz grew up in the former GDR and studied in Eastlater in WestBerlin.

Baselitz sought out new possibilities for expression, and he strove to distinguish himself from others by departing from existing painting traditions. He grappled with painting intensively, and by destroying the pictorial content and traditional composition he developed his own language of images and forms in his paintings, sketches and graphic works, which found their unmistakable expression in the 1970s when he turned the image depicted on its head.

The object, the motif, loses in this inversion of its interpretability, thus liberating one's vision for direct contemplation of the drawing itself.