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here you will find exhibitions from the selected category. They are sorted in descending order of actuality. New exhibitions are listed at the top. Exhibitions whose runtime is in the past are listed further down. As an art enthusiast, you can also use this archive to find out about past exhibitions. 

Die Kunst der Gesellschaft 1900-1945 (The Art of Society, Event Series) – Neue Nationalgalerie | 07.09.2022–07.06.2023

On the occasion of the exhibition “Die Kunst der Gesellschaft” (The Art of Society) in the Neue Nationalgalerie, a monthly series of events from September 2022 to July 2023 will discuss social processes of a turbulent time: the German Empire, colonial history, the First World War, the “Golden” Twenties, National Socialism as well as the […]

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Kristina Schuldt: Unverwüstlich – Mönchehaus Museum Goslar | 24.07.-18.09.2022

The Mönchehaus Museum Goslar presents the exhibition Unverwüstlich (Indestructible) by the artist Kristina Schuldt from July 24th to September 18th. On display are the artist’s works from 2012 to 2022. The Leipzig master student of Neo Rauch paints large-format everyday scenes with powerful, self-confident figures. Kristina Schuldt‘s pictorial personnel is mostly female. The figures lie, fall, […]

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These Berlin art museums + art venues are open on Mondays

“Galleries, museums and hairdressers are closed on Mondays. Fortunately, this old saying does not apply across the board in Berlin. In the capital, you can also visit some art museums, cultural institutions and even a few galleries on Mondays. And certainly one or two hairdressers as well. Art museums, galleries + institutions open on Mondays […]

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Kein Mensch kennt mich. Iris Häussler begegnet Benjamine Kolbe (No one knows me. Iris Häussler meets Benjamine Kolbe) – Georg Kolbe Museum | 05.03.-29.05.2022

Like many artists’ wives of her time, Benjamine Kolbe (1881-1927) remained in the shadow of her husband. Thanks to the spectacular estate find that came to the Georg Kolbe Museum in 2020, several hundred letters and photographs can now shed light on the darkness for the first time and answer the question: Who was the […]

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Fantastic Beasts in Graphic Art from the 15th to the 18th Century in the Kupferstichkabinett | 01.02.-05.06.2022

From 1 February 2022, the Kupferstichkabinett will be presenting around 30 virtuoso prints, copper engravings and etchings from the 15th to 18th centuries in its cabinet in the Gemäldegalerie, showing the joyful delight in inventing the fabulous and the strange. Long before current creations such as the Grüffelo or Schlickschlupfen and Flubberwurmn from the novels […]

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First retrospective: Louise Stomps | Natur Gestalten Skulpturen 1928–1988 | Berlinische Galerie | 15.10.2021-17.01.2022

THE VERBORGENE MUSEUM is a guest at the Berlinische Galerie and presents the first retrospective of the sculptor Louise Stomps (1900-1988). With around 90 sculptures, the exhibition provides an insight into the life’s work of this extraordinary artist. Her bronze figures “Pilger”, “Einsamer” and “Gilgamesh”, which are over three metres high and were donated to […]

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The Collection Solly 1821–2021 | From picture “chaos” to Gemäldegalerie | 21.10.2021-16.01.2022

The acquisition of the painting collection of the English merchant Edward Solly in 1821 gave Berlin a world-class public art collection. With masterpieces by Raphael, Hans Holbein the Younger and Rembrandt, the “Solly Collection” still forms the basis of the Berlin Gemäldegalerie. On the occasion of the 200th anniversary, the special exhibition spanning the entire […]

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Henrike Naumann | Einstürzende Reichsbauten | Kunsthaus Dahlem | 08.08.-28.11.2021

until 28.11. | #3144ARTatBerlin | Kunsthaus Dahlem currently shows the exhibition “Einstürzende Reichsbauten” by the author and artist Henrike Naumann. Beginning in the spring of 1933, the National Socialists were manifesting their newly acquired claim to power on all levels. An important aspect of this was penetrating society, even into private space. This not only […]

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