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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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Köpenicker Blues & Jazz Festival

1 July-4 September. The programme for Berlin's annual open air jazz festival comprises 30 different concerts in the city's south-east district of K
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The Kurfürstendamm: 125 Years -125 Stories

5 May-23 October. In honour of the 125th anniversary of the Kurf
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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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Spot On Fashion

5 April-31 July. This series of fashion events includes an exhibition highlighting the work of rising international fashion designers who live and work in Berlin. The Haus der Kulturen der Welt ve...
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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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Berlinale: The Berlin International Film Festival

10-20 February 2011. Each year the Berlinale screens some 400 films most of which are world or European premieres. Divided into various categories, the Berlinale includes international movies in C...
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The Berlin Sculpture Find: 'Degenerate Art' in Bomb Debris

9 November - 31 July 2011. This exhibition features 11 sculptures from the high modernist period which only came to light during an archaeological dig in 2010. Believed to have been removed from the c...
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Of Dragons and Heroes

15 November - 17 June 2012. Aimed at children aged between four and ten, this exhibition tells fantastical tales of dragons and heroes. The Children's Gallery of the Bode Museum hosts a cast of dr...
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The Oldest Living Things in the World: Photographs by Rachel Sussman

24 November - 27 February 2011. For five years American photographer Rachel Sussman has been working towards an exhibition of photographs taken around the world of over 25 continuously living organism...
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Berlin’s Tower Run

9 January 2011. Coming hot on the heels of Berlin's annual New Year Run on 1 January, Berlin
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Reinhold Begas

26 November- 6 March 2011. Celebrating the centenary of the death of sculptor Reinhold Begas (1831-1911) who created some of Berlin


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