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23 March - 24 June. The Martin-Gropius-Bau presents a modern art exhibition dedicated to the different ways artists perceive and react to news. Since the 19th century newspapers have provided arti...
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Free Traditional Thai Yoga Massage workshops in Berlin

Date: Saturday 16 of June 2012 from 15h to 18h.
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Fernando M. Romero - Plain View

Solo-exhibtion; paintings 26 April - 9 June 2012
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Pacific Standard Time

15 March - 10 June. This exhibition follows the development of artwork from America's west coast from the greater Los Angeles region during the post-war period, including works by artists active in th...
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Ai Weiwei in New York: Photographs 1983-1993

9 January - 18 March. The Martin-Gropuis-Bau exhibits 220 photographs taken by leading Chinese artist Ai Weiwei in New York from 1982-1993. Curated by Weiwei himself, the exhibition comprises imag...
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Side by Side: Poland - Germany

23 September-9 January 2012. This major exhibition explores the complex relationship between Germany and Poland. Through the display of mediaeval manuscripts and contemporary artwork it depicts hu...
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Snow in Samarkand: Views from the Hinterland of War, photographs by Daniel Schwartz

23 June-12 Sept. The exhibition of photographs by internationally-recognised Swiss photographer Daniel Schwartz focuses on the geographical, historical and political landscape of Afghanistan and Centr...
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Ulrike Ottinger: Floating Food

7 Sept-30 Oct. A comprehensive exhibition of work by award-winning film director and artist Ulrike Ottinger takes place at the House of World Cultures as part of this year's Asia-Pacific Weeks initiat...
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Between Art and Film: Storyboards from Hitchcock to Spielberg

11 Aug-29 Nov. This joint exhibition presented by Kunsthalle Emden and the Berlin Museum for Film and Television highlights the role of cinematic storyboards, with a varied display including monochrom...
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Snow in Samarkand: Views from the Hinterland of War, photographs by Daniel Schwartz

23 June-12 Sept. The exhibition of photographs by internationally-recognised Swiss photographer Daniel Schwartz focuses on the geographical, historical and political landscape of Afghanistan and Centr...
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Helmut Newton Polaroids

9 June-20 Nov. Berlin's Museum for Photography hosts an exhibition dedicated to the Polaroid snaps of one of the 20th century's most celebrated photographers, Helmut Newton. The once-cutting edge...
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New Realities: PhotoGraphik from Warhol to Havekost

10 June-9 October 2011. This themed exhibition traces the history of photographically-produced images through the various forms of printmaking. The show begins with the 1960s Pop Art movement when...
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Revisited: Allied Locations in Berlin

Until 28 August. The display of large-scale contemporary architectural photographs by Mila Hacke presents 15 long lost properties in the city that formerly belonged to the allied powers. Some of t...
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The Collection of the Banker J.H. Wagener. The Formation of the National Gallery

23 March-8 January 2012. Germany's national gallery for contemporary art opened in 1861 after Berlin banker Joachim Heinrich Wagener donated some 262 pictures from his private collection to the Prussi...
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Shah-nameh. Heroic Times. 1000 Years of the Persian Book of Kings

22 March - 19 June. This exhibition examines a world of kings and heroes as described in The Persian Book of Kings or Shah-nameh, written 1,000 years ago by the Persian poet Ferdowsi (935-1020). C...
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Margarita Broich: When the Curtain Falls

18 March - 30 May 2011. A photographic exhibition by actress and photographer Margarita Broich who photographed 60 of her fellow actors behind the curtain just as they finished performing. Including J...
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Compass - Drawings from the MoMA New York

11 March - 29 May. An exhibition of drawings in all their myriad forms is currently taking place at Martin-Gropius-Bau. The 2,600 works by 600 artists are on loan from the MoMA in New York and compris...
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Feininger from Harvard: Drawings, watercolours and photographs

26 February - 15 May 2011. A retrospective exhibition of 77 watercolours and drawings by the German-American painter and draughtsman, Lyonel Feininger (1871-1956). Presented in conjunction with the Ha...
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The Tell Halaf Adventure

28 January - 14 August 2011. In 1899, after being led by a Bedouin tribe to nine mysterious stone sculptures at Tell Halaf during his travels in what is today north-east Syria, German diplomat and sch...
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Ingmar Bergman: Truth and Lies

27 January - 29 May 2011. This exhibition is dedicated to the Swedish director Ingmar Bergman (1918
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