About the Museum
The Daimler Art Collection moved into the elaborately renovated Haus Huth at Potsdamer Platz - its first dedicated exhibition gallery - in 1999. The space measures about 600 m², and is called Daimler Contemporary. It is used to showcase the highlights of the collection and new acquisitions, with the exhibits renewed on a quarterly basis and complemented by shows of work by individual artists and by special exhibitions. Daimler Contemporary is open 7 days per week, with no charge for admission. More than 45 exhibitions have been held here since 2001, all accompanied by in-depth catalogues that provide a context in art history terms. In addition to the usual temporary exhibition tours and talks by artists and curators, the Daimler Contemporary offers workshops for children.