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The Ceramic Museum was founded in 1990 by active and enthusiastic ceramic researchers, collector and gallerist Heinz-Joachim Theis, later appointed director of the museum.
Its extensive collection is about 7000 objects and an extensive data and document archive consisting includes ceramics of the German cultural area from all areas such as containers, plastic and ceramic construction and furnace of the 19th and 20th centuries.
In January 2004, the Ceramics Museum moved to its new home, the oldest house in Charlottenburg, built in 1712. In this charming ambience, the museum in exquisite. A visit in the museum can be a dip in a world that is dominated by craft, art and detailed beauty.
Through its treasures and their presentations, the KMB enriches the dynamic, historic Berlin's cultural landscape and takes in its contemporary exhibitions and juxtapositions an interesting appeal to the present time.
Exhibitions are organized by the Association of Friends of the Berlin Ceramics Museum.