Schöneberger Ufer 61 
10785 Berlin

P: +49 30 246 492 00

Opening hours:
Tue – Sat 12 – 6 pm
& by appointment

Sabine Schmidt | Founder, Director
+49 178 78 55 167

Helena Herzberg | Gallery Management



PSM is a contemporary art gallery in Berlin, Germany. It was opened in September 2008 by Sabine Schmidt and inherited the name and logo of Schmidt’s grandfather, Paul Schmidt, who founded his machine production factory (Paul Schmidt Maschinenfabrik) after World War II. Since its beginning the gallery has been presenting exhibitions with a favor for large installations and performative formats that encourage the visitors‘ participation. The gallery program thus focuses on conceptual mixed-media art with an emphasis on three-dimensional and performance-based works. There is a wide range of international artists represented and exhibited by PSM, born between 1964 and 1989. Many of them, like Catherine Biocca, Christian Falsnaes, and Nadira Husain, push the boundaries of what it means to address and engage the art viewing public. In September 2017 PSM moved into new premises, located across from Berlin’s Neue Nationalgalerie and close to one of Berlin’s youngest cluster of galleries in Potsdamer Straße.