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Marsden Hartley: The German paintings 1913-1915

American modernist painter, poet, and writer Marsden Hartley (1877-1943) lived in France and Germany from 1913 to 1916. After spending some time in Paris, where he mingled with Gertrude Stein's ava...
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Eve Parnell: With dust in the air

The embassy of Ireland in Berlin presents an exhibition entitled With dust in the air by Irish artist Eve Parnell.  The exhibition will be opened by the Irish ambassador to Germ...
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Dorothy Iannone: This sweetness outside of time: Paintings, objects, books 1959

The visually stunning work of American artist Dorothy Iannone is the subject of a retrospective at Berlin's Museum of Modern Art. Born in 1933, Iannone is known for her brighly-coloured paint...
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K. O. Götz

In honour of the 100th birthday of German abstract artist Karl Otto Götz (b. 22 Feb 1914) the Nationalgalerie presents a comprehensive retrospective of his art. The show includes some 60 impo...
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Pablo Picasso: Women - Bulls - Old Masters

This retrospective dedicated to Pablo Picasso spans seven decades of work by the 20th-century Spanish master. It features 120 prints and drawings from the Kupferstichkabinett’s own collectio...
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Hitler's propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels instigated a nation-wide programme of anti-Jewish violence on 9 November 1938. The pogrom was known as Kristallnacht, also referred to as the "Night of Bro...
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The child responds to friendly encouragement with a smile

This disturbing exhibition examines the fate of infants who were patients of the Städtische Nervenklinik für Kinder (Municipal Mental Hospital for Children) in Berlin during the years 1941-1...
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Meret Oppenheim: Retrospective

The Martin-Gropius-Bau dedicates the first major retrospective to Meret Oppenheim (1913-1985) on the centenary of the surrealist artist's birth in Berlin. The comprehensive exhibition covers the e...
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Forgotten Jewish Architects

An open-air exhibition pays tribute to Jewish architect-designed buildings around Berlin. Prior to 1933 over 500 Jewish architects lived and worked in Germany — the majority of them based in...
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Horst Antes: Painting 1958-2010

The exhibition is dedicated to the last five decades of the career of contemporary German artist and sculptor Horst Antes, with a particular emphasis on his paintings, of which 90 are on display....
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Ostracised, persecuted - forgotten? Art and Artists under National Socialism: Works from the Gerhard Schneider collection

On the occasion of the theme year “Destroyed Diversity - Berlin during the Nazi period", the Stadtmuseum Berlin dedicates an exhibition to the artists who were banned, persecuted or killed as a...
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The Beautyful Ones

This exhibition of work by young Southern African contemporary artists draws inspiration from the writings of Ghanaian author Ayi Kwei Armah, considered among the most important of the "next generatio...
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Picasso and his Time

Following extensive renovations the new-look Museum Berggruen reopened to the public on 15 March with the permanent exhibition "Picasso and his Time". The show comprises more than 100 of Picasso's...
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A Tribute to David Bowie HAUPTSTRASSE The Berlin Years 1976 - 1978

On January 8th 2013, his 66th birthday, David Bowie surprised the whole world by publishing on the Internet a video with the new song Where Are We Now, a touching wistful retrospect of his Berlin year...
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Diversity Destroyed: Berlin 1933

This exhibition at the German Historical Museum charts the social and democratic decline of Berlin under the Nazi regime between 1933 and 1945. The exhibition is part of Berlin's 2013 "Theme Year"...
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Martin Scorsese

11 Jan-12 May. Berlin's Deutsche Kinemathek film museum pays homage to the veteran American movie director Martin Scorsese with a major exhibition that examines his life and working methods. The sh...
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30th Council of Europe Art Exhibition: The Desire for Freedom. Art in Europe since 1945

25 Dec-10 Feb. The German Historical Museum presents an exhibition of work by 113 artists from 28 European countries. Organisers say it is the first attempt to assess art since 1945 in a pan-European...
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Nefertite centenary exhibition

The special exhibition to celebrate the centenary of the finding of the bust of Nefertite opens at Berlin’s Neues Museum on 6 December. The exhibition, called “In the Light of Amarna. 1...
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The Destroyed City was my Chance: Hilde Weström on her 100th Birthday

26 Sept - 25 Feb 2013. The Berlinische Galerie pays tribute to pioneering German architect Hilde Weström on the occasion of her 100th birthday. Along with Ilse Balg and Vera Meyer-Waldeck, We...
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The Journey to St. Petersburg - Benefit Exhibition for Pussy Riot

Our readers what's on: In China, the artist Ai Weiwei is harassed, in Russia there are others


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