Paul Gauguin – Why Are You Angry? at the Alte Nationalgalerie looks at Gauguin’s oeuvre – which was also shaped by Western, colonial ideas of ‘the exotic’ and ‘the erotic’ –, juxtaposing the works with historical material from both Gauguin’s past and... more
The Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection has a chance to present itself on a scale never shown until now, with over 2 500 exhibits on display in the Neues Museum's northern wing over three floors, covering 3600m².
- © SMB / bpk / Jürgen Liepe
- © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung / Sandra Steiß
- © bpk / Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung, SMB / Martin Specht
Runtime: from October 2021
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Since 2006 the interactive permanent exhibition has been inviting its visitors to discover everyday life of the DDR and to get to know the history of the former socialist state. 35 separate topics create a broad impression of the DDR: from music, culture,... more
Alexander Calder (1898–1976) has been closely associated with the Neue Nationalgalerie for decades, thanks to his masterpiece Têtes et Queue (1965). The outdoor sculpture was installed for the inauguration of Mies van der Rohe’s iconic work of architecture... more
What do Saxony’s Ore Mountains, Rovaniemi near the Arctic Circle in Finland and the Chinese city of Yiwu have in common? more
On the upper floor, the 'Museum of Prehistory and Early History' takes visitors on a tour through the oldest eras of human history. With its unique collections on the prehistory and ancient history of Europe and near-lying regions of Asia, the museum... more
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