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See original works by Georg Baselitz at art'otel berlin-mitte

As much an art gallery as it is a hotel, art'otel berlin-mitte displays the work of Georg Baselitz, one of Germany's most famous contemporary artists. Stroll past original Baselitz pieces in the public areas, or admire his work in the privacy of your guest room. Our city-centre Berlin hotel also offers free Wi-Fi, private parking and business services.

The historic Ermelerhaus, attached to the hotel, provides meeting facilities and fresh cuisine from Upside Down Bar & Restaurant. If you’d like to explore Germany’s capital, walk to the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag building and Alexanderplatz, or board a train at the metro station just across from the hotel. Baselitz’s art and our city-centre location combine to create a one-of-a-kind experience of German culture.

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Thu 16 Aug 2018 to Fri 17 Aug 2018
From USD $121 per night
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Learn more about artist Georg Baselitz
Born Georg Kern in Deutschbaselitz in Sachsen, Germany in 1938, Georg Baselitz grew up in the former GDR and studied in East and later West Berlin.

Baselitz sought out new possibilities for expression, and he strove to distinguish himself from others by departing from existing painting traditions. By ignoring many established rules about composition and subject, he developed his own language of images in his paintings, sketches and monoprints. His style was perfectly embodied in his upside-down paintings, where he literally turned the image depicted on its head.