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Extreme Tension: Art between Politics and Society 1945 – 2000

Hardly any other era was so marked by division, rupture and transformation as the period after the Second World War. In light of this, the Neue Nationalgalerie has consciously chosen the title Extreme Tension for the upcoming presentation of its postwar... moreabout: Extreme Tension: Art between Politics and Society 1945 – 2000

Preis der Nationalgalerie 2024

A special exhibition by the Nationalgalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin In 2024, the Preis der Nationalgalerie goes to Pan Daijing, Dan Lie, Hanne Lippard and James Richards, the first time the award has gone four artists. moreabout: Preis der Nationalgalerie 2024

Marianna Simnett: Winner

Marianna Simnett’s “Winner” is a multichannel film installation, conceived as a three-act ballet for film told through the lens of football. It is commissioned on the occasion of the 2024 European Football Championship, hosted by Germany. moreabout: Marianna Simnett: Winner

Joseph Beuys: Collection Presentation

The Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin presents the extensive collection of works by the artist Joseph Beuys in the Kleihueshalle. moreabout: Joseph Beuys: Collection Presentation

Caspar David Friedrich

To mark the occasion of the 250th anniversary of the birth of Caspar David Friedrich (1774–1840), the Alte Nationalgalerie of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, in cooperation with the Kupferstichkabinett, will for the very first time present a comprehensive... moreabout: Caspar David Friedrich

Michael Wesely: Berlin, 1860–2023

How can a city’s spatial and architectural development dynamics be visualised photographically? How can photography capture time and life? In two new bodies of work, the internationally renowned photographer Michael Wesely traces fragments of past realities... moreabout: Michael Wesely: Berlin, 1860–2023

Wives and Goddesses: Female Figures in Classical Mythology

Classical mythology is a topic that continues to fascinate artists and audiences to this day: more recently, numerous books have been published in which women are given their own voices as mythical protagonists. moreabout: Wives and Goddesses: Female Figures in Classical Mythology

Modigliani: Modern Gazes

Amedeo Modigliani was a European artist in the broadest and most innovative sense. moreabout: Modigliani: Modern Gazes

Ancient Egypt

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. moreabout: Ancient Egypt

The Second Glance: All Forms of Love

A cooperation of Berlin's Gay Museum and the Bode Museum, "All Forms of Love" casts a second look on works in the Bode collection that deal with the diversity of sexual identities and LGBTIQ life in art from previous eras. moreabout: The Second Glance: All Forms of Love

Andy Warhol: Velvet Rage and Beauty

Neue Nationalgalerie is for the first time putting together a large survey focused of this thematic and central aspect through out Warhol’s different production phases and stages of career. moreabout: Andy Warhol: Velvet Rage and Beauty

Dinosaurs! Age of the Giant Lizards

The new special exhibition "Dinosaurs!" lets you discover dinosaurs from the three geological eras - Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous - for the first time. The atar of the exhibition is Berlin's very own T-Rex "Tristan Otto". moreabout: Dinosaurs! Age of the Giant Lizards

Zorawar Sidhu and Rob Swainston: Plague and Protest

NYC-based artists Sidhu and Swainston deal with significant events that occurred in the United States between 2020 and 2021: the Covid-19 pandemic, the death of George Floyd, Black Lives Matter and the storming of the United States Capitol building. moreabout: Zorawar Sidhu and Rob Swainston: Plague and Protest

Past Intelligence

What inspiration can aspiring fashion designers draw from past fashions? In workshops, students at Atelier Chardon Savard, Macromedia University Berlin, addressed this question, drawing on a dress by Hubert de Givenchy from 1986 and its 1989 interpretation... moreabout: Past Intelligence

All Hands On: Basketry

Basketry is a cultural technique that is thousands of years old, practised worldwide, regionally distinctive and still a handicraft in the truest sense of the word. moreabout: All Hands On: Basketry

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