The Bode-Museum stages an exhibition dedicated to the work of German Baroque sculptor and architect Andreas Schlüter (1664-1714).
Referred to in his own lifetime as the "Northern Michelangelo", Schlüter was celebrated for his masterpieces that spanned several disciplines.
He was court sculptor for Elector Frederick III in Berlin and by 1713 his fame brought him to work for Tsar Peter the Great in Saint Petersburg, where he died the following year.
The Bode-Museum marks the 300th anniversary of Schlüter's death by organising the first comprehensive exhibition devoted to all aspects of his varied career.
10.00-18.00 Thurs 10.00-22.00