Visit

At the moment, Fluentum is closed for the public. Please revisit this page on a regular basis or follow our Instagram channel to learn about upcoming exhibitions.

Fluentum is located in Dahlem — a southwestern district of Berlin — in the former main building of a military facility built in 1936-38 for the German Luftwaffe, which served as the headquarters of the U.S. Army from 1945 to 1994. The Berlin Airlift was organized here. Over the past four years, the historic building on Clayallee has been extensively redesigned by the Berlin architects Sauerbruch Hutton for use as an exhibition and private space, so that seven areas spanning over 600 square meters can be used to exhibit art and host discussions with artists.

Fluentum is in walking distance to the U3 metro station Oskar-Helene-Heim. Cars can best be parked alongside Saargem├╝nder Stra├če and there is a bike rack 20 meters to the left of the entrance.

Fluentum
Clayallee 174
14195 Berlin
info@fluentum.org
+49 30 2864 4479

For press inquiries please contact
David Ulrichs
press@fluentum.org
+49 176 50330135

All exhibition floors at Fluentum can be accessed by visitors in wheelchairs, but you will need the assistance of our staff to enter the building. Please mention any special needs well before making a visit and we will try to make your visit as comfortable as possible.

Fluentum uses cookies to improve the functionality, performance and security of this site. Your consent is necessary if you want to use the full functionality of this site. More information on the use of cookies by Fluentum, your consent and your privacy rights can be found in our privacy policy.