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© Stefan Müller

Berlin 1933–­­1945

The exhibition “Berlin 1933–1945: Between Propaganda and Terror” addresses National Socialist policy in Berlin and its consequences for the city and its population. It shows how the National Socialists were able to gain a foothold in “red” Berlin and... more

Carl Blechen, Vorfrühling, 1829, © Carl-Blechen-Sammlung der Stadt Cottbus bei der Stiftung Fürst-Pückler-Museum Park und Schloss Branitz – Eine karge Landschaft mit strahlend blauem Himmel und Bäumen rechts am Bildrand.
© Stiftung Fürst-Pückler-Museum Park und Schloss Branitz

Carl Blechen

Alongside Caspar David Friedrich, Carl Blechen (1798-1840) is one of the most important German landscape painters of the early 19th century. Atmospheric works, dramatic light stagings and bright colors characterize his work. Even during his lifetime,... more

Konstantin Grcic, New Normals (Detail), 2021, Foto: Florian Böhm
Foto: Florian Böhm

Konstantin Grcic

We often find objects and rituals in our everyday lives that appear quite self-evident but would have been barely comprehensible a short time ago: A smartphone on a desk seems hardly remarkable to us today but this flat object would represent an inexplicable... more

Blick in die Dauerausstellung "Deutschland und die Sowjetunion im Zweiten Weltkrieg 1941-1945"
Foto/Photo: Thomas Bruns, Museum Berlin-Karlshorst

Germany and the Soviet Union in World War II

The Second World War began on 1 September 1939 with the German attack on Poland. It ended on 8 May 1945 in Europe and on 2 September 1945 in Asia. Never before did a war cause the death of more people and more destruction. This is especially true for... more

Donatello, Maria mit dem Kind („Pazzi-Madonna“), Detail, ca. 1422, Marmor
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Skulpturensammlung und Museum für Byzantinische Kunst


After almost forty years and for the first time in Germany, the exceptional artist Donatello will have his own major special exhibition. The exhibition in the Gemäldegalerie focuses not only on the complexity of his work, but above all on his influence... more

Illustration: Diana Ejaita / Graphic Design
Illustration: Diana Ejaita / Graphic Design

Freistaat Barackia

Artistic direction: Nyabinghi Lab (Nathalie Anguezomo Mba Bikoro, Tmnit Zere, Saskia Köbschall) Artists: Bintou Dembélé, Pinar Ögrenči, Mansour Ciss Kanakassy, Van Bo Le-Mentzel, Fetewei Tarekegn, Elsa M’bala, Claude Gomis, Diana Ejaita, Nassan Tur,... more

Die Ausstellung zum Straßenverkehr zeigt unter dem Motto „Unterwegs mit Auto & Co“ vielfältige Exponate rund um die Kulturgeschichte der Mobilität. – Blick in die Straßenverkehr-Ausstellung: Ein weißes historisches Cabriolet, eine Kutsche mit Pferd und eine Deckeninstallation aus verschiedenen Holz-Rädern.
SDTB / C. Kirchner

Road Transport

Whether walking, pedaling a bicycle, or riding in a limousine, human beings have always been constantly on the go. The exhibition “On the Move”, occupying 1,400 m2 of space in the Deutsches Technikmuseum, is devoted to the history of road transport from... more

Blick auf "Baracke 13" – Blick auf "Baracke 13" © Dokumentationszentrum NS-Zwangsarbeit, Foto: Matthias Steffen
© Dokumentationszentrum NS-Zwangsarbeit / M. Steffen

Barrack 13

Barack 13 was one of the first buildings of the camp, started to be built in 1943. Between 1944 and 1945 there were Italian military internees and civilian workers accommodated here. Numerous inscriptions with names and dates, which can be visited in... more

Key Visual der Ausstellung, Design by Studio Visual Intelligence – Key Visual der Ausstellung, Design by Studio Visual Intelligence
Museen Treptow-Köpenick

looking back | looking back

The museums Treptow-Köpenick and the project Decolonial Remembrance Culture in the City will show the fundamentally revised exhibition "zurückgeschaut I looking back - The First German Colonial Exhibition of 1896 in Berlin-Treptow" from 15 October 2021.... more

Diese Zuckerrohrmühle stammt aus Bolivien und ist über 300 Jahre alt. Sie wurde zur Verkleinerung und zum Pressen von Zuckerrohr verwendet. – Eine große, hölzerne Zuckerrohrmühle. Sie besteht aus einer langen Antriebsstange oben, die eine Antriebswalze zum Rotieren bringt. Diese setzt zwei weitere Walzen in Gang, die das Zuckerrohr auspressen.
SDTB / C. Kirchner


Sugar is more than just a sweetener for coffee or tea. There are not many things in the world that do not have something to do with sugar in some way. Discover in our permanent exhibition "Sugars and Beyond! Food – Matter – Energy" the exciting history... more

Hans Baluschek, Zur Grube, 1914 – Hans Baluschek, Zur Grube, 1914. Museum Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf
Museum Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf


In der Villa Oppenheim sind die Werke der Kunstsammlung Charlottenburg erstmalig an einem Ort öffentlich ausgestellt. Die Sammlung resultiert vorrangig aus den Ankäufen der Charlottenburger Deputation für Kunstzwecke und der Stiftung der privaten Kunstsammlung... more

Laterne zur Kennzeichnung von Molen und Bojen.
© SDTB / C. Kirchner


How do seafarers orient themselves on the sea and off the coasts – at every time of day, in every weather? Besides the natural points of reference – the sun, stars, coastal silhouettes and the Earth's magnetic field – help comes from man-made marks:... more

Installation Nimm Platz – Installation Nimm Platz
Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss, Foto: Alexander Schippel


When, where, why and how do we sit? How do we express conventions, status or gestures of welcome? And who actually takes which place in groups and societies? Have a seat! An exhibition for children offers our youngest visitors aged three to ten – and... more

Skeme, Bronx, NYC, 1982 – Skeme, Bronx, NYC, 1982 © Martha Cooper
© Martha Cooper

Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures

"Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures" uses photographs and personal objects to trace Cooper's life, from her first camera in 1946 to her current reputation as a world-famous photographer. The documentary retrospective reveals the photographer's multifaceted... more

Ausstellungsraum "Das Sonnensystem"
SDTB/Frank-Michael Arndt 2005

Das Sonnensystem

Price: €2.50 Reduced price: €3.00 more

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