The Berggruen Museum in Berlin-Charlottenburg is a place where outstanding works of art from classical modernism are exhibited. It is one of the most important collections of its kind in the world and comes from the art dealer Heinz Berggruen, who gave the museum its name. The works of art have been painted and created by great artists such as Georges Braque, Pablo Picasso, Paul Klee, Alberto Giacometti and Henri Matisse. The works are spread over three floors. The center of the art collection are 100 exhibits by the world-famous painter Picasso. They illustrate its many facets, as they date from 1897 to 1972. Attentive art connoisseurs will discover Picasso's pink and blue periods as well as his phases of classicism and cubism in the pictures.