DAM GALLERY is part of DAM Projects GmbH | Director: Wolfgang Lieser | Commercial registry: Berlin Charlottenburg HRB 90873 | USt.-IDNr.: DE 161744610
DAM GALLERY, Berlin
Seydelstr. 30, 10117 Berlin
Tel: +49 30 28098135
Wednesday - Friday: 1 - 6 PM
Saturday: 12 - 4 PM
And by appointment.
The Gallery is closed on public holidays.
Art of the Digital Age, from 1965 to Now!
DAM Gallery is based on the virtual Digital Art Museum, which was founded in 1998. Since 2003 Wolf Lieser has established DAM Gallery in Berlin. The main focus is on the use of digital media as part of the art production and the dialogue with digital culture. The spectrum spans from the pioneers of the 1960s, through the Net Art artists of the 1990s to the artists after 2000.
Between 2005 and 2012 DAM organized the |DDAA| DAM Digital Art Award in collaboration with Kunsthalle Bremen, a lifetime award for the early pioneers.
In 2010 the book Digital Art (hardcover with DVD) from Wolf Lieser was published, an introductory publication on Digital Art in five languages with abundant visual material.
We offer you professional advice regarding major positions of Digital Art, estimates for early artworks and a full service for building your collection.
Gallery Director: Wolf Lieser
Gallery Assistant: Darja Zub
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