Under the direction of Stephanie Moeller, Moeller Fine Art Berlin opened its doors on 28 April, 2009 at Tempelhofer Ufer 11 in Berlin Kreuzberg. The Belle Epoque Palais Eger, commissioned by brothers Carl and Paul Eger in 1881 and designed by architects Gustav Knoblauch and Hermann Wex, was purchased in 1890 by Prince Aribert von Anhalt. In the 1980s and 1990s, the collector Hans-Hermann Stober used the courtyard carriage house as a meeting place for the Berlin contemporary art world. Today, redesigned by architect Thomas Kröger, the ground floor comprised of 350 square meters will continue this rich history and begin the next chapter of Moeller Fine Art. In addition to the New York gallery's established program of modern masters, Moeller Fine Art Berlin shows international mid-career and emerging artists.