Dada Post is an autonomous space for the production, display and discussion
of current art.
Dada Post’s critical program explores art in a questioning approach to culture,
art practice, and in the wider social, cultural and political frameworks. Its mission is
to set a focused agenda towards critical discourse, regarding the relationship
between rhetoric and its visual representations.
Dada Post seeks to be a vital cultural resource for Berlin, providing an innovative program, that consists of exhibitions, events, educational projects, and between the exhibitions films, lectures, music and other live performances.
Dada Post was founded in 2008 on the initiative of Howard McCalebb, a sculptor and active figure on the international art scene. It is located in the in the Berlin-Reinickendorf district, in the former König Smoked Fish Factory complex. The one hundred year-old business was transformed into exhibition, performance, and studio spaces for artists. The gallery itself comprises two major spaces. The adjacent out- and indoor sites have also been designated for exhibition purposes.