24 March-28 May 2006. This is the fourth edition of the Kunst-Werke Institutes biennial festival of contemporary art, which takes place along Auguststrae in Berlin's central Mitte district. Entitled Of Mice and Men after a poem by Robert Burns, the festival features work by over 70 artists from four generations, including Tadeuz Kantor (1915-1990), Francesca Woodman (1958-1981) and Gino DeDomenicis (1947-1998). It includes all forms of art, from fine arts to architecture, fashion, photography, theatre and design. The exhibits are on show in non-traditional venues including the former Jewish School for Girls, the St Johannes Evangelist Church, the mirrored ballroom of the Ballhaus Mitte and the Old Garrison Cemetery, as well as in private apartments and offices on Auguststrae. The KW Institute for Contemporary Art is one of the festivals 13 venues. Admission for all venues 12, concessions 7, family card 22, free for children under 6 and the unemployed. Tues-Sun 21.00-19.00, Thurs 12.00-21.00

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Address The Kunst-Werke Berlin is at 69 Auguststrae D-10117 Berlin. By U-bahn U8 to Rosenthaler Platz, U6 to Oranienburger Tor. By S-bahn S1, S2, S25 to Oranienburgerstrasse. Tel. +49 (0) 302434590 office@berlinbiennale.de.

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Berlin biennale of contemporary art.

The Kunst-Werke Berlin is at 69 Auguststrae D-10117 Berlin. By U-bahn U8 to Rosenthaler Platz, U6 to Oranienburger Tor. By S-bahn S1, S2, S25 to Oranienburgerstrasse. Tel. +49 (0) 302434590 office@berlinbiennale.de.

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