CCA Berlin – Center for Contemporary Arts is a new institution dedicated to supporting, producing, exhibiting, and furthering discourse on contemporary artistic practices. Based in Berlin, Germany, it is a space for education, dialogue and cultivating critical knowledge around art and culture. CCA Berlin’s mission is to reformulate the relevance of a non-profit center for contemporary arts and seeks to establish vibrant, transnational exchanges with stakeholders from the cultural, educational, and civic sectors. The institution also aims to bring together a multifaceted program highlighting process, experimentation, and collaboration, and is committed to engaging diverse publics.


Fabian Schöneich
Founder + Director

Nan Xi
Assistant Curator

Franz Hempel
Production Management

Lou Ferrand
Jeunes Commissaires Fellowship 2023

Advisory Board

Lawrence Abu Hamdan
Artist, Dubai

Leopold Oetker
Entrepreneur, Berlin

Mato Perić
Entrepreneur + Investor, London + Dubai

Ruba Katrib
Curator and Director of Curatorial Affairs, MoMA PS1, New York

Antidiscrimination Clause

CCA Berlin – Center for Contemporary Arts understands itself as a discursive platform for the exchange of different perspectives and through this, it welcomes lively discussion. Discrimination or any kind of act based on racist and antisemitic ascriptions, or targeting ethnic origin, nationality, sexual and gender identity, religion, physical or mental impairment, chronic illness, age, language, and social status will not be accepted. Regardless of their nationality, everyone in Germany is protected from discrimination by the General Equal Treatment Act (AGG) and the Berlin State Anti-Discrimination Law (LADG). Everyone has the right to take action against discrimination for themselves or others.