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. 

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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Anna Dorothea Therbusch | Gemäldegalerie | 03.12.2021-10.04.2022

Today 300 years ago, on 23 July 1721, Anna Dorothea Therbusch, one of the most important female artists of the 18th century, was born in Berlin. To mark this milestone anniversary, in autumn 2021 the Gemäldegalerie will pay tribute to this extraordinary artist and pioneer of emancipation with a focused special exhibition featuring selected works […]

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In neuem Licht. Werke in der Wandelhalle | Gemäldegalerie Kulturforum | 17.05.2017–End 2018

until end 2018 | Gemäldegalerie der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin presents from 17th May 2017 over 70 never or seldom shown works. The gallery just provided a German exhibition description by now. For details please change to the german version of ART@Berlin. It is really easy: Just press the language button in the upper right corner. In an instant […]

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The Botticelli Renaissance | Gemäldegalerie | 24.09.2015-24.01.2016

bis 24.01. | #0209ARTatBerlin | The exhibition “The Botticelli Renaissance” is presented from 24th September 2015  at Gemäldegalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin and from 5th March 2016 to 3rd July 2016 at Victoria and Albert Museum, London. An exhibition in the Gemäldegalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin – in partnership with the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. The Florentine […]

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