© Lee Maas, Timo Sommer
© Lee Maas, Timo Sommer

Atelierhaus23

Pure creativity

Artists from various movements have created a place of creativity in Atelierhaus23.

Whether it is fine art, sculpture, photography or film: Creative minds from various disciplines have joined forces in the artist community in Wilhelmsburg to create a place for art. Guest exhibitions can also be admired next to the community works in the gallery. Atelierhaus23 is therefore an absolute must for art lovers.

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Short & Sweet

  • For whom Art lovers and culture enthusiasts
  • How to get there Bus 13 or 156 to Mannesallee
  • Must-see Works by changing artists
  • Time required 1 to 2 hours
  • Tip Be sure to browse the homepage for current events
  • Good-to-know Atelierhaus23 is run by an association for promoting art and culture

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© Lee Mass / Timo Sommer

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Wilhelmsburg & Veddel

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