Symposium, Digital

Expressionism Revisited
Concluding Discussion

3. June 2023, 3.30 – 4.00pm

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Concluding Discussion

3 Jun

Symposium, Digital

Expressionism Revisited
Panel IV: Schlüsselwerke neu gesehen (DE & EN)

3. June 2023, 1.30 – 3.30pm

The panel is devoted to a reevaluation of key works of Expressionism. Building upon the multifaceted interpretive possibilities of an autonomous art movement beyond naturalism, selected works by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner and Erich Heckel are reexamined from an interdisciplinary perspective, opening them up to current arenas of discourse. The individual contributions are guided by the concept of artistic transgression, to which the members of the Brücke were committed in terms of blurring the boundaries between artistic genres. Through the dialogue of panel paintings and murals, serial graphics and poetry, painting, dance, gesture, and performance, the creative processes that serve as a timeless affirmation to keep Expressionism alive to this day will be unveiled.

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Panel IV: Schlüsselwerke neu gesehen (DE & EN)

3 Jun

Symposium, Digital

Expressionism Revisited
Panel III: Schlaglichter auf aktuelle Forschung (DE & EN)

3. June 2023, 10.30am – 12.30pm

The panel puts a spotlight on shifts in perspective, the embrace of cultural studies approaches, and the deconstruction of popular narratives that have injected significant dynamism into international expressionism research in recent years. Through critical examination of previously unknown sources, analysis of newly gathered data on provenance and collection history, and exploration of the cultural policy framework within Western museum institutions, the presentations traverse a broad spectrum. They range from reevaluating the artistic assimilation of non-European cultural heritage in the works of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner and Karl Schmidt-Rottluff to examining the reception of German expressionism in the United States and France.

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Panel III: Schlaglichter auf aktuelle Forschung (DE & EN)

3 Jun

Symposium, Digital

Expressionism Revisited
Question of the Day: Old questions asked in a new way (DE)

3. June 2023, 10.00 – 10.30am

10–10.30 am
Question of the Day: Old questions asked in a new way (DE)
Christiane Remm (Karl und Emy Schmidt-Rottluff Stiftung) in conversation with
Lisa Marei Schmidt (Brücke-Museum)

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Question of the Day: Old questions asked in a new way (DE)

3 Jun

Symposium, Digital

Expressionism Revisited
Panel II: Nationale Expressionismen (DE)

2. June 2023, 4.30 – 6.30pm

The panel Nationale Expressionismen focuses on the intersections between German Expressionism, national reform efforts, and National Socialist ideology. It examines the connections between expressionist form and “völkisch” content through the discussion of works that were perceived to be “genuinely German” at the time, illustrating the instrumentalisation of art through nationalist interpretations. The panel also discusses the artists’ decision to choose either stylistic change or stylistic continuity in response to political developments and ruptures, particularly after 1945.

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Panel II: Nationale Expressionismen (DE)

2 Jun

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Expressionism Revisited
Workshop 3: Wie schauen wir auf expressionistische Bilder von Menschen? (DE)

2. June 2023, 1.30 – 4.00pm

The following workshops are held exclusively on-site and will not be streamed online. However, participation in the hybrid Workshop 4 is possible via Zoom after registration.

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Expressionism Revisited
Workshop 3: Wie schauen wir auf expressionistische Bilder von Menschen? (DE)

2 Jun

Symposium, Workshop

Expressionism Revisited
Workshop 2: How can we exhibit Expressionism today? (EN)

2. June 2023, 1.30 – 4.00pm

The following workshop is held exclusively on-site and will not be streamed online. Participation in the hybrid Workshop 4 is possible via Zoom after registration.

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Workshop 2: How can we exhibit Expressionism today? (EN)

2 Jun

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Expressionism Revisited
Workshop 4: And what next? Voids and ideas for the future (EN)

2. June 2023, 1.30 – 4.00pm

The following workshop is held on-site and will be streamed online. The participation of this hybrid Workshop is possible via Zoom. Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you register in advance >here<.

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Expressionism Revisited
Workshop 4: And what next? Voids and ideas for the future (EN)

2 Jun

Symposium, Workshop

Expressionism Revisited
Workshop 1: Wie kann eine historische Kontextualisierung des Expressionismus heute aussehen? (DE)

2. June 2023, 1.30 – 4.00pm

The following workshop is held exclusively on-site and will not be streamed online. Participation in the hybrid Workshop 4 is possible via Zoom after registration.

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Expressionism Revisited
Workshop 1: Wie kann eine historische Kontextualisierung des Expressionismus heute aussehen? (DE)

2 Jun

Symposium, Digital

Expressionism Revisited
Panel I: Global Contexts (EN)

2. June 2023, 10.00am – 12.30pm

This panel will explore the dissemination, reception, and transformation of German expressionism on the European periphery and outside of Europe. Specific focus will be on the intellectual ideas and artistic concepts that were associated with expressionism and incorporated into modernist and contemporary western and non-Western art practices. Examining the spread of expressionism to various local communities, peripheral regions, and non-Western art contexts, this panel will highlight the complex political, social, and cultural dimensions in the reception of expressionism and provide new insights into the role that expressionism as an artistic language played in political activism, alternative cultures, and the ongoing anti-colonial debates.

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Panel I: Global Contexts (EN)

2 Jun

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Expressionism Revisited
Question of the Day: Contextualization (DE)

2. June 2023, 9.00 – 10.00am

Dr. Natasha A. Kelly: Black Expressions: „Milli“, Nelly und Sam and Dr. Julia Friedrich: Bild und Gegenbild. Otto Mueller und Peter Nestler im Museum Ludwig, Köln

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Question of the Day: Contextualization (DE)

2 Jun

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Symposium
Expressionism Revisited: New Research Approaches and Questions

1 – 3. June 2023

The Brücke Museum organizes from 1-3 June 2023 the international conference Expressionism Revisited. Current research projects, new questions and methodological approaches that address the challenges in the scholarly contextualisation, presentation and mediation of Expressionism will be presented and discussed. The aim of the three-day event is to promote young researchers, scholarly exchange and networking at the interface of theory and practice.

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Sponsored by Franz Dieter und Michaela Kaldewei Kulturstiftung

With support from Ferdinand-Möller-Stiftung und Förderverein Brücke-Museum e.V.

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Expressionism Revisited: New Research Approaches and Questions

1 – 3 Jun

Symposium, Digital

Expressionism Revisited
Kickoff: Opening Remarks

1. June 2023, 6.30 – 7.30pm

6:30 pm
Opening Remarks (DE)

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Kickoff: Opening Remarks

1 Jun

Symposium, Digital

Expressionism Revisited
Kickoff: Welcome

1. June 2023, 6.00 – 6.30pm

6 pm
Welcome (DE)
Lisa Marei Schmidt (Brücke-Museum)
Dr. Cathrin Klingsöhr-Leroy (Franz Dieter und Michaela Kaldewei Kulturstiftung)

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Kickoff: Welcome

1 Jun

Children & Family, Waldraum, Adults, Workshop

Workshop: Creating nature together! Experimental drawing with and in nature with Meeting Lines (Marcos García Pérez und Carla Schliephack) 

28. May 2023, 1.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

In the middle of the forest, surrounded by nature - that’s what it feels like when we are in the forest room, in the garden of the Brücke Museum. And this is exactly what we take as an occasion for joint artistic experiments: In nature we draw, build and design with materials from the forest.

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For children with accompanying adults. Limited number of participants*. Please register at the following link from Museumsdienst Berlin. 

 

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Workshop: Creating nature together! Experimental drawing with and in nature with Meeting Lines (Marcos García Pérez und Carla Schliephack) 

28 May

Guided tour, Adults

Public Tour in German

every Sunday, noon
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

In this tour you will have the possibility to talk about the current exhibition 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke together with one of our art educators. 

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Public events are free with museum ticket. No pre-registration is necessary.

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Public Tour in German

28 May

Adults, Workshop, Waldraum

Workshop: Open printmaking workshop with Yili Rojas (in German)

Woodcut with Yili Rojas (visual artist)

21. May 2023, 12.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

The very choice of wood as a grown material was a small revolution at the beginning of the 20th century. Exactly what earlier generations of artists had cut to size, polished smooth, or painted over appealed to the Brücke artists: grain, cracks, unevenness, even the irregularly grown form. All the randomness of nature was now incorporated into the design. It became an artistic program.

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For adults. Please bring suitable work clothes. Dates can be taken individually or as a series, but are not planned to build on each other. 

Limited number of participants*. Please register at the following link from Museumsdienst Berlin. 

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Workshop: Open printmaking workshop with Yili Rojas (in German)
Woodcut with Yili Rojas (visual artist)

21 May

Guided tour, Adults

Public Tour in German

every Sunday, noon
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

In this tour you will have the possibility to talk about the current exhibition 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke together with one of our art educators. 

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Public Tour in German

21 May

Guided tour, Adults

Public Tour in English

14. May 2023, 2.00 – 3.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

In this tour you will have the possibility to talk about the current exhibition 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke together with one of our art educators. 

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Public Tour in English

14 May

Guided tour, Adults

Public Tour in German

every Sunday, noon
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

In this tour you will have the possibility to talk about the current exhibition 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke together with one of our art educators. 

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Public Tour in German

14 May

Children & Family, Workshop, Waldraum, Guided tour

Museum Sunday

7. May 2023, 11.00am – 6.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

We cordially invite you and your friends and families to Museum Sunday!

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Museum Sunday

7 May

Guided tour, Adults

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

6. May 2023, 2.00 – 3.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

Art educator Sieglinde Lemcke welcomes you to this tour of the current exhibition 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Bridge. 

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The event is primarily aimed at deaf and hearing-impaired people.Public events are free of charge with a museum ticket. No pre-registration is necessary.

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Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

6 May

Guided tour, Adults

Public Tour in English

23. April 2023, 2.00 – 3.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

In this tour you will have the possibility to talk about the current exhibition 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke together with one of our art educators. 

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Public Tour in English

23 Apr

Children & Family, Waldraum, Adults, Workshop

Workshop: Creating nature together! Experimental drawing with and in nature with Meeting Lines (Marcos García Pérez und Carla Schliephack) 

23. April 2023, 1.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

In the middle of the forest, surrounded by nature - that’s what it feels like when we are in the forest room, in the garden of the Brücke Museum. And this is exactly what we take as an occasion for joint artistic experiments: In nature we draw, build and design with materials from the forest.

... More

For children with accompanying adults. Limited number of participants*. Please register at the following link from Museumsdienst Berlin. 

 

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Children & Family , Waldraum , Adults , Workshop

Workshop: Creating nature together! Experimental drawing with and in nature with Meeting Lines (Marcos García Pérez und Carla Schliephack) 

23 Apr

Guided tour, Adults

Public Tour in German

every Sunday, noon
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

In this tour you will have the possibility to talk about the current exhibition 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke together with one of our art educators. 

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Public Tour in German

23 Apr

Adults, Workshop, Discussion

Talk: Art Mediation in Community (in German and English)
sobat-sobat as guest in the forest room (Waldraum)

20. April 2023, 6.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

With Alice Escher, Theseas Efstathopoulos and Viviane Tabach (art mediators of documenta fifteen), moderation: Daniela Bystron (curator for outreach, Brücke Museum)

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Talk: Art Mediation in Community (in German and English)
sobat-sobat as guest in the forest room (Waldraum)

20 Apr

Adults, Workshop, Waldraum

Workshop: Open printmaking workshop with Yili Rojas (in German)

Woodcut with Yili Rojas (visual artist)

16. April 2023, 12.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

The very choice of wood as a grown material was a small revolution at the beginning of the 20th century. Exactly what earlier generations of artists had cut to size, polished smooth, or painted over appealed to the Brücke artists: grain, cracks, unevenness, even the irregularly grown form. All the randomness of nature was now incorporated into the design. It became an artistic program.

... More

For adults. Please bring suitable work clothes. Dates can be taken individually or as a series, but are not planned to build on each other. 

Limited number of participants*. Please register at the following link from Museumsdienst Berlin. 

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Adults , Workshop , Waldraum

Workshop: Open printmaking workshop with Yili Rojas (in German)
Woodcut with Yili Rojas (visual artist)

16 Apr

Guided tour, Adults

Public Tour in German

every Sunday, noon
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

In this tour you will have the possibility to talk about the current exhibition 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke together with one of our art educators. 

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Public Tour in German

16 Apr

Waldraum, Children & Family, Workshop

Art in the forest (vacation course in German). Designing with natural materials in the Garden with meeting lines (Carla Schliephack und Marcos García Pérez)

11 – 14. April 2023, 11.00am – 3.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

Let’s go to the forest to be outside and create art. Because there you will find suitable materials and there is a lot of space. The works in the Brücke Museum can serve as inspiration.

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Limited number of participants, admission: €54.Please register under the following link from Jugend im Museum e.V. 

Jugend im Museum e.V.
+49 (0)30 50 59 0771
info@jugend-im-museum.de

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Waldraum , Children & Family , Workshop

Art in the forest (vacation course in German). Designing with natural materials in the Garden with meeting lines (Carla Schliephack und Marcos García Pérez)

11 – 14 Apr

Guided tour, Adults

Public Tour in German

every Sunday, noon
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

In this tour you will have the possibility to talk about the current exhibition 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke together with one of our art educators. 

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Public events are free with museum ticket. No pre-registration is necessary.

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Guided tour , Adults

Public Tour in German

9 Apr

Adults, Guided tour

Curator's Tour (in German)

6. April 2023, 3.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

On June 7, 1905, four young architecture students founded the artist group Brücke in Dresden. Erich Heckel, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff and Fritz Bleyl want nothing less than to rewrite art history. Their drive for change contrasts with a time marked by the conservative attitude of Kaiser Wilhelm II and a bourgeois bourgeoisie. The early years of the Brücke are marked by the search for a new, artistic form of expression and collective activities as a group. 

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Adults , Guided tour

Curator's Tour (in German)

6 Apr

Workshop, Waldraum, Young People

Wood, cut and print (vacation course in German). Trying out the printing technique woodcut in the forest room (Waldraum) with Yili Rojas
 

5 – 6. April 2023, 11.00am – 3.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

Cracks, fissures or grains: No two pieces of wood are alike. Therefore, woodblock printing is a printing technique in which nature has a great influence. Now you can try out this special technique in the forest room between the Brücke Museum and the Kunsthaus Dahlem! You will get to know a sophisticated printing technique, think about the themes of nature and the forest, and incorporate them into your image design. The works of the Brücke artists can also give you ideas for this.

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For young people from 12 years. admission: €26. Limited number of participants. Please register under the following link from Jugend im Museum e.V.. 

Jugend im Museum e.V.
+49 (0)30 50 59 0771
info@jugend-im-museum.de

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Workshop , Waldraum , Young People

Wood, cut and print (vacation course in German). Trying out the printing technique woodcut in the forest room (Waldraum) with Yili Rojas
 

5 – 6 Apr

Children & Family, Guided tour, Waldraum, Workshop

Museum Sunday

2. April 2023, 11.00am – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

We cordially invite you and your friends and families to Museum Sunday!

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Children & Family , Guided tour , Waldraum , Workshop

Museum Sunday

2 Apr

Adults, Guided tour

Curator's Tour (in German)
With Philipp Lange (Assistant Curator, Brücke-Museum)

31. March 2023, 3.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

On June 7, 1905, four young architecture students founded the artist group Brücke in Dresden. Erich Heckel, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff and Fritz Bleyl want nothing less than to rewrite art history. Their drive for change contrasts with a time marked by the conservative attitude of Kaiser Wilhelm II and a bourgeois bourgeoisie. The first years of the Brücke are marked by the search for a new, artistic form of expression and collective activities as a group. 

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Public events are free with museum ticket. No advance registration is necessary.

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Adults , Guided tour

Curator's Tour (in German)
With Philipp Lange (Assistant Curator, Brücke-Museum)

31 Mar

Guided tour, Adults

Public Tour in English

26. March 2023, 2.00 – 3.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

In this tour you will have the possibility to talk about the current exhibition 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke together with one of our art educators. 

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Public events are free with museum ticket. No pre-registration is necessary.

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Guided tour , Adults

Public Tour in English

26 Mar

Children & Family, Waldraum, Adults, Workshop

Workshop: Creating nature together! Experimental drawing with and in nature with Meeting Lines (Marcos García Pérez und Carla Schliephack) 

26. March 2023, 1.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

In the middle of the forest, surrounded by nature - that’s what it feels like when we are in the forest room, in the garden of the Brücke Museum. And this is exactly what we take as an occasion for joint artistic experiments: In nature we draw, build and design with materials from the forest.

... More

For children with accompanying adults. Limited number of participants*. Please register at the following link from Museumsdienst Berlin. 

 

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Children & Family , Waldraum , Adults , Workshop

Workshop: Creating nature together! Experimental drawing with and in nature with Meeting Lines (Marcos García Pérez und Carla Schliephack) 

26 Mar

Guided tour, Adults

Public Tour in German

every Sunday, noon
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

In this tour you will have the possibility to talk about the current exhibition 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke together with one of our art educators. 

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Public events are free with museum ticket. No pre-registration is necessary.

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Guided tour , Adults

Public Tour in German

26 Mar

Children & Family, Waldraum, Workshop, Adults

How bodies move through space?
Drawing, human images and movement with Katie Lee Dunbar

25. March 2023, 1.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

The early themes of the Brücke artists included depictions of people, in motion or as nudes. “Quarter-hour nudes”, as they called the rapid drawing exercises, were primarily concerned with capturing a model within a short time with quickly placed strokes and lines. This immediacy became one of the most important foundations of Expressionism. Katie Lee Dunbar, as a contemporary performer and visual artist, takes up these themes with them from a contemporary artistic perspective. The forest space and surrounding garden provide space to take up the historical themes of the Brücke artists’ group and to explore them artistically (through drawing and performance).

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The workshop is held in german and english. Limited number of participants. Please register under the following link from the Museumsdienst Berlin.

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Children & Family , Waldraum , Workshop , Adults

How bodies move through space?
Drawing, human images and movement with Katie Lee Dunbar

25 Mar

Guided tour, Adults

Public Tour in German

every Sunday, noon
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

In this tour you will have the possibility to talk about the current exhibition 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke together with one of our art educators. 

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Public events are free with museum ticket. No pre-registration is necessary.

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Guided tour , Adults

Public Tour in German

19 Mar

Waldraum, Workshop, Adults, Children & Family

How bodies move through space?
Drawing, human images and movement with Katie Lee Dunbar

18. March 2023, 1.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

The early themes of the Brücke artists included depictions of people, in motion or as nudes. “Quarter-hour nudes”, as they called the rapid drawing exercises, were primarily concerned with capturing a model within a short time with quickly placed strokes and lines. This immediacy became one of the most important foundations of Expressionism. Katie Lee Dunbar, as a contemporary performer and visual artist, takes up these themes with them from a contemporary artistic perspective. The forest space and surrounding garden provide space to take up the historical themes of the Brücke artists’ group and to explore them artistically (through drawing and performance).

... More

The workshop is held in german and english. Limited number of participants. Please register under the following link from the Museumsdienst Berlin.

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Waldraum , Workshop , Adults , Children & Family

How bodies move through space?
Drawing, human images and movement with Katie Lee Dunbar

18 Mar

Adults, Guided tour

Curator´s Tour (in German)
With Dr. Petra Lewey (Kunstsammlungen Zwickau, Max-Pechstein-Museum)

16. March 2023, 6.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

The Brücke group of artists is world-famous today. But how and why did it come together in the first place? What connected its members? A selection of works by the co-founders will answer these and other questions, tracing the beginnings of the artistic movement.

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Adults , Guided tour

Curator´s Tour (in German)
With Dr. Petra Lewey (Kunstsammlungen Zwickau, Max-Pechstein-Museum)

16 Mar

Guided tour, Adults

Public Tour in English

12. March 2023, 2.00 – 3.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

In this tour you will have the possibility to talk about the current exhibition 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke together with one of our art educators. 

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Public events are free with museum ticket. No pre-registration is necessary.

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Guided tour , Adults

Public Tour in English

12 Mar

Guided tour, Adults

Public Tour in German

every Sunday, noon
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

In this tour you will have the possibility to talk about the current exhibition 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke together with one of our art educators. 

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Public events are free with museum ticket. No pre-registration is necessary.

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Guided tour , Adults

Public Tour in German

12 Mar

Guided tour, Adults

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

11. March 2023, 2.00 – 3.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

Art educator Sieglinde Lemcke welcomes you to this tour of the current exhibition 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Bridge. 

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The event is primarily aimed at deaf and hearing-impaired people.Public events are free of charge with a museum ticket. No pre-registration is necessary.

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Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

11 Mar

Children & Family, Guided tour, Workshop, Waldraum, Adults

Museum Sunday

5. March 2023, 11.00am – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

We cordially invite you and your friends and families to Museum Sunday!

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Museum Sunday

5 Mar

Training

Workshop for Teachers (in German)

3. March 2023, 3.00 – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

Introduction to the Exhibition and the School Programme with Daniela Bystron (curator for outreach) und Karen Michelsen Castañón (art mediator).

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You can register here for the event.

Participation is free of charge.

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Training

Workshop for Teachers (in German)

3 Mar

Guided tour, Adults

Public Tour in German

every Sunday, noon
Related Exhibition: 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

In this tour you will have the possibility to talk about the current exhibition 1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke together with one of our art educators. 

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Public events are free with museum ticket. No pre-registration is necessary.

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Public Tour in German

26 Feb

Opening

Opening
1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

We cordially invite you to the opening of the exhibition. Celebrate with us the beginning of the Brücke with a glass of absinthe and music in the spirit of the time.

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Opening

Opening
1905: Fritz Bleyl and the Beginning of the Brücke

23 Feb

Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

Saturday, 11.30am and 13 pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

11 Feb

Children & Family, Guided tour, Workshop, Waldraum

Museum Sunday

5. Febuary 2023, 11.00am – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

Join us with friends and families to our next Museum Sunday! Admission is free. You do not need a time slot ticket for your visit.

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Museum Sunday

5 Feb

Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

Saturday, 11.30am and 13 pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

28 Jan

Workshop, Children & Family, Waldraum

Transformers: Art, Body, Perception, Drawing (in German)

21. January 2023, 12.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

For children with accompanying adults and families

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Participation is free of charge.

Registration via Museumsdienst Berlin
museumservice[at]kulturprojekte.berlin
+49 (0)30 247 49 888

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Transformers: Art, Body, Perception, Drawing (in German)

21 Jan

Guided tour

Public Tour in English
How to Brücke-Museum

21. January 2023, 1.00 – 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in English
How to Brücke-Museum

21 Jan

Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

Saturday, 11.30am and 13 pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

21 Jan

Guided tour

Curator´s Tour (in German)
With Lisa Marei Schmidt (Direktor Brücke-Museum)

19. January 2023, 6.30pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

In this curator’s tour, you will have the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with our director.

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Öffentliche Veranstaltungen sind mit Museumsticket kostenlos. Es ist keine Voranmeldung nötig.

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Guided tour

Curator´s Tour (in German)
With Lisa Marei Schmidt (Direktor Brücke-Museum)

19 Jan

Discussion

Table Discussion: Digitisation (in German)

15. January 2023, 3.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

With Isabel Fischer (Project Manager Digital Transformation, Brücke Museum) and Clara Westendorff (Museologist, Berlin)

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Participation is free of charge. Pre-registration is not necessary.
The event will also be streamed live online: Livestream

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Discussion

Table Discussion: Digitisation (in German)

15 Jan

Discussion

Table Discussion: Communicate (in German)

15. January 2023, 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

With Daniela Bystron (Curator of Outreach, Brücke Museum) and Susan Kamel (Professor of Museology, HTW Berlin)

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Participation is free of charge. Pre-registration is not necessary.
The event will also be streamed live online: Livestream

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Discussion

Table Discussion: Communicate (in German)

15 Jan

Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

Saturday, 11.30am and 13 pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

14 Jan

Guided tour

Curator´s Tour (in German)
With Elena Schroll (Collection Curator Brücke Museum)

9. January 2023, 11.30am
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

In this curator’s tour, you will have the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with our collection curator.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Curator´s Tour (in German)
With Elena Schroll (Collection Curator Brücke Museum)

9 Jan

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

7. January 2023, 1.00 – 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

An exhibition tour with art mediator Sieglinde Lemcke presents you with the opportunity to experience the current exhibitions in German Sign Language.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

7 Jan

Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

Saturday, 11.30am and 13 pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

7 Jan

Children & Family, Workshop, Waldraum

Transformers: Art, Body, Perception, Drawing (in German)

17. December 2022, 12.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

For children with accompanying adults and families

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Participation is free of charge.
You can register for the event here.

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Children & Family , Workshop , Waldraum

Transformers: Art, Body, Perception, Drawing (in German)

17 Dec 2022

Guided tour

Public Tour in English
How to Brücke-Museum

17. December 2022, 1.00 – 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in English
How to Brücke-Museum

17 Dec 2022

Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

Saturday, 11.30am and 13 pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

17 Dec 2022

Discussion

Table Discussion: Research - Focus Provenance (in German)

15. December 2022, 7.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

With Nadine Bauer (Provenance Researcher, Berlin and Hamburg) and Ute Haug (Head of Provenance Research and Collection History, Hamburger Kunsthalle)

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You can watch the talk online here.

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Discussion

Table Discussion: Research - Focus Provenance (in German)

15 Dec 2022

Discussion

Table Discussion: Research - Focus Catalogue Raisonné (in German)

15. December 2022, 6.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

With Christiane Remm (Researcher, Karl and Emy Schmidt-Rottluff Foundation) and Aya Soika (Professor of Art History, Bard College Berlin)

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You can watch the talk online here.

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Discussion

Table Discussion: Research - Focus Catalogue Raisonné (in German)

15 Dec 2022

Discussion

Table Discussion: Curating (in German)

11. December 2022, 3.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

With Christian Jankowski (Artist), Barbara Steiner (Director, Bauhaus Dessau Foundation) and Lisa Marei Schmidt (Director, Brücke Museum).

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

The event will also be streamed live online here.

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Discussion

Table Discussion: Curating (in German)

11 Dec 2022

Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

Saturday, 11.30am and 13 pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

10 Dec 2022

Workshop, Adults

Picture-Anagram List Poem - Writing Workshop (in German)

4. December 2022, 3.00 – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

With Marwa Younes Almokbel, Sandra Burkhardt and Miriam Rainer (members of the Arab-German literature and translation collective Wiese).

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Participation is free of charge. Please register on site at the info desk.

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Workshop , Adults

Picture-Anagram List Poem - Writing Workshop (in German)

4 Dec 2022

Short Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

4. December 2022, 1.30 – 2.00pm

Who? How? What? Short guided tour in German through the exhibition How to Brücke-Museum. A Look behind the Scenes

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The event is included in the admission fee. Please register on site at the info desk.

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Short Tour in German How to Brücke-Museum

4 Dec 2022

Workshop, Waldraum, Children & Family

Figures of the Museum

4. December 2022, 12.00 – 4.00pm

Drop-in-workshop with Carla Schliephack and Marcos García Pérez (artists and art mediators, Meeting Lines)

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Participation is free of charge. Please register on site at the info desk.

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Workshop , Waldraum , Children & Family

Figures of the Museum

4 Dec 2022

Guided tour

Short Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

4. December 2022, 11.30am – 12.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

Who? How? What? Short guided tour in German through the exhibition How to Brücke-Museum. A Look behind the Scenes

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The event is included in the admission fee. Please register on site at the info desk.

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Guided tour

Short Tour in German How to Brücke-Museum

4 Dec 2022

Workshop, Guided tour, Discussion, Children & Family, Waldraum

Museum Sunday

4. December 2022, 11.00am – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

Join us with friends and families to our next Museum Sunday!

PROGRAM

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Admission is free. Booking a time slot ticket is not required. To participate in the events, please register on-site.

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Museum Sunday

4 Dec 2022

Guided tour

Public Tour in English
How to Brücke-Museum

3. December 2022, 1.00 – 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in English
How to Brücke-Museum

3 Dec 2022

Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

Saturday, 11.30am and 13 pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

3 Dec 2022

Children & Family, Workshop, Waldraum

Transformers: Art, Body, Perception, Drawing (in German)

26. November 2022, 12.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

For children with accompanying adults and families

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Participation is free of charge.
You can register for the event here.

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Children & Family , Workshop , Waldraum

Transformers: Art, Body, Perception, Drawing (in German)

26 Nov 2022

Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

Saturday, 11.30am and 13 pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

26 Nov 2022

Workshop, Waldraum, Adults

ConstructLab-Stool Building in the Forest Room (in German)

20. November 2022, 11.30am – 3.30pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

With Mascha Fehse (Architect/Artist, Berlin) and Tomma Suki (Designer/Illustrator, Berlin)

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The workshop is for young people and adults. Tools will be used and independent use of them is a prerequisite.

Material costs: 15 € (please pay cash at Brücke-Museum)

Registration via Museumsdienst Berlin
museumservice[at]kulturprojekte.berlin
+49 (0)30 247 49 888

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Workshop , Waldraum , Adults

ConstructLab-Stool Building in the Forest Room (in German)

20 Nov 2022

Guided tour

Public Tour in English
How to Brücke-Museum

19. November 2022, 1.00 – 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in English
How to Brücke-Museum

19 Nov 2022

Workshop, Waldraum, Adults

ConstructLab-Stool Building in the Forest Room (in German)

19. November 2022, 11.30am – 3.30pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

With Mascha Fehse (Architect/Artist, Berlin) and Tomma Suki (Designer/Illustrator, Berlin)

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The workshop is for young people and adults. Tools will be used and independent use of them is a prerequisite.

Material costs: 15 € (please pay cash at Brücke-Museum)

Registration via Museumsdienst Berlin
museumservice[at]kulturprojekte.berlin
+49 (0)30 247 49 888

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Workshop , Waldraum , Adults

ConstructLab-Stool Building in the Forest Room (in German)

19 Nov 2022

Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

Saturday, 11.30am and 13 pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

19 Nov 2022

Discussion

Table Discussion: About Conservation (in German)

17. November 2022, 6.30pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

With Felicitas Klein (Conservator, Berlin) and Elena Schroll (Collection Curator, Brücke Museum)

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

The event will also be streamed live online: Livestream

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Discussion

Table Discussion: About Conservation (in German)

17 Nov 2022

Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

Saturday, 11.30am and 13 pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

12 Nov 2022

Children & Family, Guided tour, Workshop, Waldraum

Museum Sunday

6. November 2022, 11.00am – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

We cordially invite you and your friends and families to Museum Sunday!
Admission is free. You do not need a time slot ticket for your visit.

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Children & Family , Guided tour , Workshop , Waldraum

Museum Sunday

6 Nov 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

5. November 2022, 1.00 – 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

An exhibition tour with art mediator Sieglinde Lemcke presents you with the opportunity to experience the current exhibitions in German Sign Language.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

5 Nov 2022

Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

Saturday, 11.30am and 13 pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

5 Nov 2022

Children & Family, Waldraum, Workshop

Holiday Workshop for Young People
Interspace: Experiments with Drawing, Collage and Storytelling (in German)

1 – 4. November 2022, 11.00am – 3.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

With Carla Schliephack and Marcos García Pérez

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Age: 12 to 16 years
Course fee: 62 €
Registration via Jugend im Museum

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Children & Family , Waldraum , Workshop

Holiday Workshop for Young People
Interspace: Experiments with Drawing, Collage and Storytelling (in German)

1 – 4 Nov 2022

Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

Saturday, 11.30am and 13 pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

29 Oct 2022

Guided tour

Public Tour in English
How to Brücke-Museum

22. October 2022, 1.00 – 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in English
How to Brücke-Museum

22 Oct 2022

Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

Saturday, 11.30am and 13 pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

22 Oct 2022

Discussion, Digital

Table Discussions: Tasks of a Museum (in German)

20. October 2022, 6.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

With Christine Gerbich (Sociologist and Museum Scientist, Berlin) and Alina Gromova (Head of Collections and Exhibitions, Foundation New Synagogue Berlin - Centrum Judaicum), moderated by Daniela Bystron (Curator of Outreach, Brücke Museum).

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The event will also be streamed live online: Livestream

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Discussion , Digital

Table Discussions: Tasks of a Museum (in German)

20 Oct 2022

Workshop, Waldraum, Training

Presentation of the School Programme with Exchange and Practice (in German)

20. October 2022, 3.30 – 6.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

Focus: Intersectional, power- and discrimination-critical perspectives on Brücke art.

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Limited number of participants, registration requested.

You can register for the event here

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Workshop , Waldraum , Training

Presentation of the School Programme with Exchange and Practice (in German)

20 Oct 2022

Training

Workshop for Teachers (in German)
Introduction to the Exhibition and the School Programme

17. October 2022, 3.00 – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

With Daniela Bystron (curator for outreach) und Dagmawit Hunz (art mediator).

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You can register here for the event.

Participation is free of charge.

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Training

Workshop for Teachers (in German)
Introduction to the Exhibition and the School Programme

17 Oct 2022

Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

Saturday, 11.30am and 13 pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition How to Brücke Museum. A View behind the Scenes together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Tour in German
How to Brücke-Museum

15 Oct 2022

Opening

Opening
How to Brücke-Museum: A Look Behind the Scenes

14. October 2022, 7.00 – 10.00pm
Related Exhibition: How to Brücke-Museum: A Look behind the Scenes

PROGRAMME

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Opening

Opening
How to Brücke-Museum: A Look Behind the Scenes

14 Oct 2022

Children & Family,

Museum Sunday

2. October 2022, 11.00am – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: The Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Scholarship at Brücke-Museum

We cordially invite you and your friends and families to Museum Sunday!
Admission is free. You do not need a time slot ticket for your visit.

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Children & Family ,

Museum Sunday

2 Oct 2022

Discussion, Screening

Screening and Talk: Ava Irandoost, Neda

14. September 2022, 8.00pm
Related Exhibition: The Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Scholarship at Brücke-Museum

Screening: Ava Irandoost, Neda, 23 min, 2017
Followed by a discussion with the artist

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The event is part of the Berlin Art Week, admission is free.

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Discussion , Screening

Screening and Talk: Ava Irandoost, Neda

14 Sep 2022

Screening, Discussion

Screening and Talk: Ich darf sie immer alles fragen

14. September 2022, 6.30pm
Related Exhibition: The Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Scholarship at Brücke-Museum

Screening: Silke Schönfeld, Ich darf sie immer alles fragen [Prolog], 15 min, 2022
Followed by a discussion with the artist

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The event is part of the Berlin Art Week, admission is free.

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Screening and Talk: Ich darf sie immer alles fragen

14 Sep 2022

Opening

Opening Weekend: The Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Scholarship at Brücke-Museum

3 September 2022: 6 pm–midnight
4 September 2022: 11 am–5 pm
Related Exhibition: The Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Scholarship at Brücke-Museum

You are cordially invited to the opening of the exhibition The Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Scholarship at Brücke-Museum

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Opening

Opening Weekend: The Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Scholarship at Brücke-Museum

3 – 4 Sep 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

27. August 2022, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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On June 18 and July 2, an additional tour will be offered at 1 p.m. in German.

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

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Public Guided Tour in German

27 Aug 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

20. August 2022, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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On June 18 and July 2, an additional tour will be offered at 1 p.m. in German.

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

20 Aug 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in English

13. August 2022, 1.00 – 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour  will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in English

13 Aug 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

13. August 2022, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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On June 18 and July 2, an additional tour will be offered at 1 p.m. in German.

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

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Public Guided Tour in German

13 Aug 2022

Children & Family, Guided tour, Workshop

Museum Sunday

7. August 2022, 11.00am – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

We cordially invite you and your friends and families to Museum Sunday!
Admission is free. You do not need a time slot ticket for your visit. Please register for the events at the information desk in front of the Brücke Museum.

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Children & Family , Guided tour , Workshop

Museum Sunday

7 Aug 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

6. August 2022, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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On June 18 and July 2, an additional tour will be offered at 1 p.m. in German.

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

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Public Guided Tour in German

6 Aug 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in English

30. July 2022, 1.00 – 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour  will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in English

30 Jul 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

30. July 2022, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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On June 18 and July 2, an additional tour will be offered at 1 p.m. in German.

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

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Public Guided Tour in German

30 Jul 2022

Children & Family, Workshop, Waldraum

Summer Holiday Workshop (GER)

26 – 29. July 2022, 11.00am – 3.00pm

Are you ready for artistic experiments? Would you like to playfully try out new forms of drawing, painting and printing in nature and in the museum? How can games and toys help you? - Over 100 years ago, the Brücke artists inspired each other and challenged each other with playful ways of working. They experimented with techniques, shapes and colours, drew a lot outside in nature and developed their own shared practice in the process. With wood and ropes in the forest, you transform your artistic way of working while perceiving our environment in a new way. Together we think up ways of playing that help you to draw, paint and print. You will also draw with ink and discover solar printing. On the last day, we will exhibit all the results and invite visitors to the forest room to transform and play.

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with Marcos Garcia Perez

Course fee: 10 euros

registration via Jugend im Museum

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Children & Family , Workshop , Waldraum

Summer Holiday Workshop (GER)

26 – 29 Jul 2022

Public Guided Tour
in German Sign Language

1-2 pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

An exhibition tour with art mediator Sieglinde Lemcke presents you with the opportunity to explore the current exhibition in German Sign Language.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Public Guided Tour
in German Sign Language

23 Jul 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

23. July 2022, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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On June 18 and July 2, an additional tour will be offered at 1 p.m. in German.

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

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Public Guided Tour in German

23 Jul 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

16. July 2022, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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On June 18 and July 2, an additional tour will be offered at 1 p.m. in German.

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

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Public Guided Tour in German

16 Jul 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

9. July 2022, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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On June 18 and July 2, an additional tour will be offered at 1 p.m. in German.

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

9 Jul 2022

Guided tour

Curator´s Tour (DE)
By Lisa Marei Schmidt, Director of the Brücke Museum

4 Jul 2022

Workshop, Children & Family, Guided tour, Music

Summer Party at Brücke-Museum

3. July 2022, 11.00am – 6.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

Come and celebrate with us in our beautiful museum garden! You can expect a varied programme with music, short tours and workshops for children, young people and all those who like to create. Or visit our current exhibition 1910. Brücke. Art and Life. Admission is free!

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Summer Party at Brücke-Museum

3 Jul 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

2. July 2022, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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On June 18 and July 2, an additional tour will be offered at 1 p.m. in German.

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

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Public Guided Tour in German

2 Jul 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

25. June 2022, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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On June 18 and July 2, an additional tour will be offered at 1 p.m. in German.

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

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Public Guided Tour in German

25 Jun 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

18. June 2022, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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On June 18 and July 2, an additional tour will be offered at 1 p.m. in German.

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

18 Jun 2022

Guided tour

Curator´s Tour (DE)
by Elena Schroll, Collection Curator of the Brücke Museum

16 Jun 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

11. June 2022, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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On June 18 and July 2, an additional tour will be offered at 1 p.m. in German.

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

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Public Guided Tour in German

11 Jun 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in English

4. June 2022, 1.00 – 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour  will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in English

4 Jun 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

4. June 2022, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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On June 18 and July 2, an additional tour will be offered at 1 p.m. in German.

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

4 Jun 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

28. May 2022, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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On June 18 and July 2, an additional tour will be offered at 1 p.m. in German.

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

28 May 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

21. May 2022, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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On June 18 and July 2, an additional tour will be offered at 1 p.m. in German.

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

21 May 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

14. May 2022, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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On June 18 and July 2, an additional tour will be offered at 1 p.m. in German.

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

14 May 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

7. May 2022, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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On June 18 and July 2, an additional tour will be offered at 1 p.m. in German.

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

7 May 2022

Public Guided Tour
in German Sign Language

1-2 pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

An exhibition tour with art mediator Sieglinde Lemcke presents you with the opportunity to explore the current exhibition in German Sign Language.

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

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Public Guided Tour
in German Sign Language

30 Apr 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

23. April 2022, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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On June 18 and July 2, an additional tour will be offered at 1 p.m. in German.

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

23 Apr 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

9. April 2022, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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On June 18 and July 2, an additional tour will be offered at 1 p.m. in German.

Public events are included in the admission fee. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

9 Apr 2022

Opening

Exhibition Opening & Museum Sunday

3. April 2022, 11.00am – 6.00pm
Related Exhibition: 1910: Brücke: Art and Life

You are cordially invited to the opening of the exhibition 1910: Brücke. Art and Life
 

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The 3G rule (fully vaccinated, recovered or tested negative) applies to participation in the events. The current distance and hygiene regulations also apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Opening

Exhibition Opening & Museum Sunday

3 Apr 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

20. March 2022, 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

An exhibition tour with art mediator Sieglinde Lemcke presents you with the opportunity to experience the current exhibitions in German Sign Language.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.
The Brücke-Museum houses the collection of the estate of Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. Part of it is a body of works from more than one hundred cultural works from over 20 regions in the world – among them New Guinea, Congo, Mexico.The Transition Exhibition at the neighbouring Kunsthaus Dahlem contextualises this part of Schmidt-Rottluff’s collection from a contemporary, critical perspective for the first time.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

20 Mar 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in Spanish

19 March 2022, 1.30pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

This public guided tour in Spanish will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in Spanish

19 Mar 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

19. March 2022, 3.30pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

19 Mar 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

19. March 2022, 11.30am
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

19 Mar 2022

Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
with Lisa Marei Schmidt (Director, Brücke-Museum)

13. March 2022, 12.30pm

In the curatorial tours, the curators of Whose Expression? and Transition Exhibition give an insight into their working processes and the exhibitions.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.
The Transition Exhibition at the neighbouring Kunsthaus Dahlem contextualises this part of Schmidt-Rottluff’s collection from a critical perspective for the first time. It is a presentation of the collection as well as a critical engagement with the format of exhibiting collections from colonial contexts.  Contemporary artists and cultural practitioners were invited by curator Paz Guevara to engage with the works and their colonial history. Their artistic interventions offer propositions for new narratives and attempt to problematise and unlearn colonial continuities in the presentation of the collection.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
with Lisa Marei Schmidt (Director, Brücke-Museum)

13 Mar 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

12. March 2022, 3.30pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

This public guided tour in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

12 Mar 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour

12. March 2022, 1.30pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

Public guided tours in English present you with the opportunity to experience the current exhibitions together with one of our art mediators.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.
The Brücke-Museum houses the collection of the estate of Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. Part of it is a body of works from more than one hundred cultural works from over 20 regions in the world – among them New Guinea, Congo, Mexico.The Transition Exhibition at the neighbouring Kunsthaus Dahlem contextualises this part of Schmidt-Rottluff’s collection from a contemporary, critical perspective for the first time.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

Here you can register for the event.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour

12 Mar 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

12. March 2022, 11.30am
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

12 Mar 2022

Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
with Daniela Bystron (Curator for Outreach, Brücke-Museum)

6. March 2022, 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

In this tour, you will be welcomed by a curator of the exhibition Whose Expression? who will set personal focal points and give her respective perspective on the presentation.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.

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Please note: The event takes place in German language. Participation is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
with Daniela Bystron (Curator for Outreach, Brücke-Museum)

6 Mar 2022

Discussion,

Interventions

6. March 2022, 11.00am – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

With their walk-in reading room Center of Unfinished Business, C& reveal the diverse repercussions of colonialism that still resonate to this day. As lecturers at the UdK Institute for Art in Context, they invite students to augment the Whose Expression? exhibition with temporary artistic interventions:

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Please note: Participation is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

Two weeks before you can register here for the event.

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Discussion ,

Interventions

6 Mar 2022

Screening, Discussion

Millis Awakening
with Natasha A. Kelly

5. March 2022, 4.00 – 6.00pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

Milli’s Awakening: Film screening and lecture with Natasha A. Kelly in the exhibition Whose Expression? at the Brücke-Museum, moderated by Daniela Bystron.

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Please note: The event will take place in German language. Participation is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Screening , Discussion

Millis Awakening
with Natasha A. Kelly

5 Mar 2022

Discussion

Talk
What is Unseen Cannot Be Broken by Saba Innab

5. March 2022, 3.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: Transition Exhibition

Talk by Saba Innab about the display of the Transition Exhibition at Kunsthaus Dahlem. The artist will be activating her display with a lecture on the abstraction of the decolonial discourse.

The multidisciplinary practice of the Palestinian-Jordanian architect, artist, and urban researcher Saba Innab (1980) spans historical research, drawing, mapping, model-making, and spatial interventions. Innab explores suspended states between temporality and permanence, and is concerned with variable notions of dwelling and building and their political, spatial and poetic implications in language and architecture. Recent exhibitions include: 57th edition of Carnegie International, Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh, 2018; Biennale d’Architecture d’Orléans, Frac Centre-Val de Loire, Orléans, 2017; Marrakech Biennial, Marrakech, 2016, and her recent solo exhibitions include: Station Point, ifa-Galerie, Berlin, 2019; Al Rahhalah, Marfa’, Beirut, 2016. Innab was a DAAD Artists-in-Berlin fellow for 2020-2021.

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Please note: Participation is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

You can register here for the event. This event can be followed live via Zoom.

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Discussion

Talk
What is Unseen Cannot Be Broken by Saba Innab

5 Mar 2022

Sound Performance
Sonic Circle by Manuela García Aldana

5. March 2022, 2.30 – 3.00pm
Related Exhibition: Transition Exhibition

The Sonic Circle is a sound performance by the artist Manuela García Aldana, which is part of the Transition Exhibition at Kunsthaus Dahlem.

Listening is the key to Manuela García Aldana’s artistic practice. Her Sonic Circle is inspired by El Círculo de las Palabras (Circle of Words) practiced by the Wiwa and other Colombian communities. It involves people gathering around a fire, listening and sharing ideas and stories.
 

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Please note: Participation is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Sound Performance
Sonic Circle by Manuela García Aldana

5 Mar 2022

Workshop

Entgeistert?
A workshop on dealing with haunting pasts in the present

5. March 2022, 2.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

A workshop in the exhibition Whose Expression? at the Brücke-Museum with Christine Gerbich and Margareta von Oswald.

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Please note: Participation is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Workshop

Entgeistert?
A workshop on dealing with haunting pasts in the present

5 Mar 2022

Artistic Readings
Why poetry is a perennial von Ruth Buchanan

5. March 2022, 1.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: Transition Exhibition

Why poetry is a perennial, duration 10 min, one-to-one readings in the Transition Exhibition at Kunsthaus Dahlem by Ruth Buchanan (EN).

Ruth Buchanan’s artistic work addresses the dynamic relationship between body, power, language and architecture. Buchanan conducts herreadings face to face with visitors, creating an intimate encounter with poetry. They are based on an ongoing engagement with the poet J.C. Sturm (1927–2009), one of the first female Māori writers to have her work published. Sturm addressed the paradoxical situation faced by women in society today: while they have more autonomy, their status is perpetually unstable. Buchanan’s feminist gestures offer approaches to challenge these entrenched structures and imbalances exposed in exhibitions.

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Please note: Participation is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Artistic Readings
Why poetry is a perennial von Ruth Buchanan

5 Mar 2022

Guided tour

Curator's Tour Transition Exhibition
with Paz Guevara (Curator, Berlin)

5. March 2022, 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Transition Exhibition

In this tour, you will be welcomed by Paz Guevara, curator of the exhibition Transition Exhibition who will set personal focal points and give her perspective on the presentation.

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Guided tour

Curator's Tour Transition Exhibition
with Paz Guevara (Curator, Berlin)

5 Mar 2022

Dive in the dark

11.30am–12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Transition Exhibition

Performance by muSa Michelle Mattiuzzi in the exhibtition Transition Exhibition at Kunsthaus Dahlem.

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Dive in the dark

5 Mar 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

5. March 2022, 11.30am
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

5 Mar 2022

Discussion

About the Center of Unfinished Business
(Interventions)

3. March 2022, 5.00 – 7.00pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

Über das Center of Unfinished Business: A Talk with Julia Grosse und Yvette Mutumba (C&)

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Discussion

About the Center of Unfinished Business
(Interventions)

3 Mar 2022

Traum / Trauma

A performance by Luïza Luz, Chao Li und D’Andrade, at the exhibition Whose Expression? at Brücke-Museum.

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Traum / Trauma

3 Mar 2022

Traum / Trauma

A performance by Luïza Luz, Chao Li und D’Andrade, at the exhibition Whose Expression? at Brücke-Museum (DE/EN). The project is a performance about dreams and traumas, and how these two dimensions can be connected through visual and sonic elements. The artists will present an interdisciplinary performance in the space of the Brücke-Museum that will enter into direct dialogue with the architecture. With a combination of sculptural method and ephemeral performance, they will create a temporary performative installation. Traum/Trauma is based on inner as well as outer experiences. The conceptual approach of the performance is to express how young people experience and deal with trauma and dreams in a time of climate change, technology and complex political struggles in capitalist and postcolonial societies.These narratives are expressed through the body, sound and the spoken or sung word in different languages (Portuguese, Chinese, English and German).

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Traum / Trauma

3 Mar 2022

Die Lücke

3. March 2022, 12.00 – 7.00pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

With their walk-in reading room Center of Unfinished Business, C& reveal the diverse repercussions of colonialism that still resonate to this day. As lecturers at the UdK Institute for Art in Context, they invite students to augment the Whose Expression? exhibition with temporary artistic interventions:

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Die Lücke

3 Mar 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour

26. Febuary 2022, 1.30pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

Public guided tours in English present you with the opportunity to experience the current exhibitions together with one of our art mediators.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.
The Brücke-Museum houses the collection of the estate of Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. Part of it is a body of works from more than one hundred cultural works from over 20 regions in the world – among them New Guinea, Congo, Mexico.The Transition Exhibition at the neighbouring Kunsthaus Dahlem contextualises this part of Schmidt-Rottluff’s collection from a contemporary, critical perspective for the first time.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour

26 Feb 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

26. Febuary 2022, 11.30am
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

26 Feb 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

20. Febuary 2022, 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

An exhibition tour with art mediator Sieglinde Lemcke presents you with the opportunity to experience the current exhibitions in German Sign Language.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.
The Brücke-Museum houses the collection of the estate of Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. Part of it is a body of works from more than one hundred cultural works from over 20 regions in the world – among them New Guinea, Congo, Mexico.The Transition Exhibition at the neighbouring Kunsthaus Dahlem contextualises this part of Schmidt-Rottluff’s collection from a contemporary, critical perspective for the first time.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

20 Feb 2022

Sound Performance
Sonic Oblation Un-Muted by Satch Hoyt

19. Febuary 2022, 4.30 – 6.00pm
Related Exhibition: Transition Exhibition

The artist Satch Hoyt presents the sound performance Sonic Oblation Un-Muted, as part of the Transition Exhibition.

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Please note: Participation is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

No registration necessary, there may be waiting times.

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Sound Performance
Sonic Oblation Un-Muted by Satch Hoyt

19 Feb 2022

Discussion

Artist Talk
with Lisa Hilli

19. Febuary 2022, 3.30 – 4.30pm
Related Exhibition: Transition Exhibition

Rabaul, Rakaia, Na Ta (The Mangrove, The Volcanoes, The Deep Ocean)

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Discussion

Artist Talk
with Lisa Hilli

19 Feb 2022

Reading
In the Wrong Place by Haytham El-Wardany

19. Febuary 2022, 2.30 – 3.30pm
Related Exhibition: Transition Exhibition

The writer Haytham El-Wardany engages with traditions of storytelling that lend agency to seemingly lifeless objects. In his writings, they become subjects. In his reading of the short story In the Wrong Place, El-Wardany creates a verbal
space that encourages us to rethink the concept of a “source of inspiration”. Like many other modern artists, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff called the art of the regions of Asia, Africa, Oceania and South America “sources of inspiration” for his own works. El-Wardany’s reading and discussion intend to render the voids of labor in the socalled “sources of inspiration” visible. In his performance, El-Wardany works with the book Kalīla wa Dimna [Kalila and Dimna], a collection of fables recorded in Arabic by the Basra, Iraqborn writer and scholar Abdullah Ibn al-Muqaffaʿ
in the 8th century.

Haytham El-Wardany is an Egyptian writer of short stories and experimental prose who lives and works in Berlin.  He is the author of The Book of Sleep (2017, Alkarma Publishing House, Cairo / 2020 Seagull Books, Calcutta) and How to Disappear (2013, Kayfa Ta Publications, Cairo / 2018, Sternberg Press, Berlin/NY). His recent short story collection is titled Irremediable (2020, Alkarma Publishing House, Cairo).

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Reading
In the Wrong Place by Haytham El-Wardany

19 Feb 2022

Discussion

Talk
Moments of Unrest. On the Re-activation of Colonial Collections

19. Febuary 2022, 1.30 – 2.30pm
Related Exhibition: Transition Exhibition

Moments of Unrest: Talk in the Transition Exhibition at Kunsthaus Dahlem [DE].

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Discussion

Talk
Moments of Unrest. On the Re-activation of Colonial Collections

19 Feb 2022

Guided tour

Curator's Tour Transition Exhibition
with Franziska Achatzi (Assistant Curator, Berlin)

19. Febuary 2022, 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Transition Exhibition

In this tour, you will be welcomed by Paz Guevara, curator of the exhibition Transition Exhibition who will set personal focal points and give her perspective on the presentation.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Curator's Tour Transition Exhibition
with Franziska Achatzi (Assistant Curator, Berlin)

19 Feb 2022

Artistic Intervention
Die Lücke

19. Febuary 2022, 12.00 – 5.00pm

With their walk-in reading room Center of Unfinished Business, C& reveal the diverse repercussions of colonialism that still resonate to this day. As lecturers at the UdK Institute for Art in Context, they invite students to augment the Whose Expression? exhibition with temporary artistic interventions:

... More

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Artistic Intervention
Die Lücke

19 Feb 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

19. Febuary 2022, 11.30am
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

19 Feb 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour

12. Febuary 2022, 1.30pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

Public guided tours in English present you with the opportunity to experience the current exhibitions together with one of our art mediators.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.
The Brücke-Museum houses the collection of the estate of Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. Part of it is a body of works from more than one hundred cultural works from over 20 regions in the world – among them New Guinea, Congo, Mexico.The Transition Exhibition at the neighbouring Kunsthaus Dahlem contextualises this part of Schmidt-Rottluff’s collection from a contemporary, critical perspective for the first time.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour

12 Feb 2022

Intervention

Re-sighting
Museum revisited: An Exhibition Analysis

11. Febuary 2022, 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

With students in the Master’s programme Kunstwissenschaft (art studies) at the Technischen Universität Berlin: Lena Affentranger, Susanne Baunach, Clara Borchmann, Dalila Daut, Nastasja Günther, Anna-Lena Hinz, Alexandra Laudy, Arthur Meng, Damaris Rulf, Jessica Schweitzer, Paula Wunderlich and Fee Wüstenberg

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Intervention

Re-sighting
Museum revisited: An Exhibition Analysis

11 Feb 2022

Discussion

Re-sighting
Online // Critical language in terms of racism. Thinking aloud about the renaming of work titles

10. Febuary 2022, 6.00pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

An online discussion with Lisa Marei Schmidt, Sebastian-Manès Sprute and Aya Soika.

Moderation: Pegah Byroum-Wand

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Please note: This event will take place on the plattform Zoom.

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Discussion

Re-sighting
Online // Critical language in terms of racism. Thinking aloud about the renaming of work titles

10 Feb 2022

Training

ONLINE // Workshop for Teachers

8. Febuary 2022, 3.00 – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

Introduction to the exhibitions Whose Expression? at Brücke-Museum und Transition Exhibition at Kunsthaus Dahlem with Karen Michelsen Castañón and Tanja-Bianca Schmidt.

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Please note: This event will take place online on the plattform zoom.

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Training

ONLINE // Workshop for Teachers

8 Feb 2022

Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
With Elena Schroll (Collection Curator, Brücke-Museum)

6. Febuary 2022, 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

In this tour, you will be welcomed by a curator of the exhibition Whose Expression? who will set personal focal points and give her respective perspective on the presentation.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
With Elena Schroll (Collection Curator, Brücke-Museum)

6 Feb 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

5. Febuary 2022, 11.30am
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

5 Feb 2022

Children & Family

CANCELLED // Holiday Workshop De-Colonize: What does this have to do with me?

2 – 4. Febuary 2022, 12.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

Audio workshops for children and teens on traces of colonialism. For kids from 8-14 years

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Please note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement. The 2G requirement does not apply to persons under 18 years of age, but a negative daily test (max. 24h) is required. For students up to 18 years of age, the students’s ID card or VBB ticket is valid as proof.

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Children & Family

CANCELLED // Holiday Workshop De-Colonize: What does this have to do with me?

2 – 4 Feb 2022

Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
with Sol Izquierdo de la Viña (Scientific Researcher, Madrid)

30. January 2022, 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

In the curatorial tours, the curators of Whose Expression? and Transition Exhibition give an insight into their working processes and the exhibitions.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
with Sol Izquierdo de la Viña (Scientific Researcher, Madrid)

30 Jan 2022

Symposium

Study Day
on the Occasion of the Exhibitions "Whose Expression?" and "Transition Exhibition"

29. January 2022, 10.15am – 5.30pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

The demand for decolonisation of museums and a critical reappraisal of colonial knowledge is challenging established forms of museum work as well as canonised narratives of art historiography. In the exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke-Artists and Colonialism, the Brücke-Museum addresses the question of how current debates about racism and colonialism are changing the view of the work and lives of these artists. The exhibition “Transition Exhibition” in the neighbouring Kunsthaus Dahlem presents Karl Schmidt-Rottluff’s collection from colonial contexts and takes a critical stance on traditional forms of exhibiting. In collaboration with contemporary artists, new narratives emerge that “re-activate” the artefacts.

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You can participate in the event via this link. This event will be in held in German language.
Zoom:
Meeting-ID: 996 3068 1649
Passwort: 496699

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Symposium

Study Day
on the Occasion of the Exhibitions "Whose Expression?" and "Transition Exhibition"

29 Jan 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

29. January 2022, 11.30am
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

29 Jan 2022

Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
with Aya Soika (Professor, Bard College Berlin)

23. January 2022, 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

In this tour, you will be welcomed by a curator of the exhibition Whose Expression? who will set personal focal points and give her respective perspective on the presentation.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.

... More

Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
with Aya Soika (Professor, Bard College Berlin)

23 Jan 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour

22. January 2022, 1.30pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

Public guided tours in English present you with the opportunity to experience the current exhibitions together with one of our art mediators.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.
The Brücke-Museum houses the collection of the estate of Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. Part of it is a body of works from more than one hundred cultural works from over 20 regions in the world – among them New Guinea, Congo, Mexico.The Transition Exhibition at the neighbouring Kunsthaus Dahlem contextualises this part of Schmidt-Rottluff’s collection from a contemporary, critical perspective for the first time.

... More

Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour

22 Jan 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

22. January 2022, 11.30am
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

22 Jan 2022

Training

CANCELLED // Workshop for Teachers

17. January 2022, 2.00 – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

How to…? How can you work with kids in a research-based way? And how can this be done by working with sound and audio recording? Audio workshop for teachers in cooperation with the Media Competence Centre Steglitz-Zehlendorf.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

The event is cancelled.

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Training

CANCELLED // Workshop for Teachers

17 Jan 2022

Artistic Reading
with Gabriel Rossell Santillán

16. January 2022, 3.00 – 6.00pm
Related Exhibition: Transition Exhibition

Based on Gabriel Rossell Santillán’s twenty years of working with the Wirrarika community in the North of Mexico and researching 600 Wirrarika works that were displaced to the Ethnological Museum of Berlin at the beginning of the 20th
century. His performance Libreria de Tuapurie challenges the colonial library model. The reading begins with the story
of the book Ofrendas (Offerings), commissioned to the artist by the community elders. The book is conceived only for the Wirraka community.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

The event will take place in the Transition Exhibition at Kunsthaus Dahlem and does not require prior registration. However, due to visitor numbers restrictions, there may be waiting times.

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Artistic Reading
with Gabriel Rossell Santillán

16 Jan 2022

Guided tour

Soundwalk
Pathways by Nnenna Onuoha

16. January 2022, 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Transition Exhibition

In her work Pathways, Nnenna Onuoha examines the colonial context behind street names in the neighbourhoods surrounding the Brücke-Museum in Dahlem. In doing so, she draws on her own experience of mapping and the practice of storytelling in her hometown of Accra, Ghana. With her sound walk, the artist intertwines historical extracts with current recordings of these spaces, shifting the political context of the exhibition to the streets.

Nnenna Onuoha is a Ghanaian-Nigerian researcher, filmmaker and artist based in Berlin. Her written and audiovisual works centre Afrodiasporic voices to explore monumental silences surrounding the histories and afterlives of colonialism across West Africa, Europe and the US, asking: how do we remember, which pasts do we choose to perform and why?  A second strand of her work focuses on archiving Black experience in the present. Nnenna is currently a doctoral researcher in Media Anthropology at Harvard University and Global History at the University of Potsdam.

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Guided tour

Soundwalk
Pathways by Nnenna Onuoha

16 Jan 2022

Guided tour

Curator's Tour Transition Exhibition
with Paz Guevara (Curator, Berlin)

16. January 2022, 11.00am
Related Exhibition: Transition Exhibition

In this tour, you will be welcomed by Paz Guevara, curator of the exhibition Transition Exhibition who will set personal focal points and give her perspective on the presentation.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Curator's Tour Transition Exhibition
with Paz Guevara (Curator, Berlin)

16 Jan 2022

Guided tour

Soundwalk
Pathways by Nnenna Onuoha

15. January 2022, 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: Transition Exhibition

In her work Pathways, the artist Nnenna Onuoha examines the colonial context behind street names in the neighbourhoods surrounding the Brücke-Museum in Dahlem. In doing so, she draws on her own experience of mapping and the practice of storytelling in her hometown of Accra, Ghana. With her sound walk, the artist intertwines historical extracts with current recordings of these spaces, shifting the political context of the exhibition to the streets.

Nnenna Onuoha is a Ghanaian-Nigerian researcher, filmmaker and artist based in Berlin. Her written and audiovisual works centre Afrodiasporic voices to explore monumental silences surrounding the histories and afterlives of colonialism across West Africa, Europe and the US, asking: how do we remember, which pasts do we choose to perform and why?  A second strand of her work focuses on archiving Black experience in the present. Nnenna is currently a doctoral researcher in Media Anthropology at Harvard University and Global History at the University of Potsdam.

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Guided tour

Soundwalk
Pathways by Nnenna Onuoha

15 Jan 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

15. January 2022, 11.30am
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Public Guided Tour in German

15 Jan 2022

Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
with Irene Bretscher (Assistant Curator, Brücke-Museum)

9. January 2022, 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

In this tour, you will be welcomed by a curator of the exhibition Whose Expression? who will set personal focal points and give her respective perspective on the presentation.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.

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Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
with Irene Bretscher (Assistant Curator, Brücke-Museum)

9 Jan 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

8. January 2022, 11.30am
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Public Guided Tour in German

8 Jan 2022

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

25. December 2021, 11.30am
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Public Guided Tour in German

25 Dec 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

18. December 2021, 11.30am
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Public Guided Tour in German

18 Dec 2021

Opening

Soft Opening

17. December 2021
Related Exhibition: Whose Expression?
The Brücke Artists and Colonialism

Soft Opening of the exhibitions Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and Colonialism at Brücke-Museum and Transition Exhibition.Confronting the Colonial Legacy of the Collection of Karl Schmidt-Rottluff at Kunsthaus Dahlem

Please note:
Due to the current situation, the opening will not take place as planned. There will be no programme inside. The exhibitions will be open from 3–5.30 pm and from 7–10 pm to limited visitor traffic on the day of the opening:

7.15 pm Welcome in the garden of the Brücke-Museum

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Opening

Soft Opening

17 Dec 2021

Discussion

BOOKED OUT: Painting Berlin.
About Ernst Ludwig Kirchners and Tamina Amadyars Pictures of the Big City

22. November 2021, 6.00pm
Related Exhibition: ars viva 2022
In Dialogue with the Brücke-Museum’s Collection

Talk with Tamina Amadyar (artist) and Florian Illies (art historian, author)

How does one deal artistically with the overload that is called Berlin? When Ernst Ludwig Kirchner came to Berlin in 1912, he threw himself into the breathless hustle and bustle of an exploding cosmopolitan city and created pictures of the Potsdamer Platz of a shimmering, searching, lost metropolis. What did Tamina Amadyar, who was born in Kabul and came to Berlin via Düsseldorf and California, find in this city one hundred years later? Where Kirchner sought the hectic bustle of activity, Amadyar finds the corners and deserted streets, reinforced by a lockdown, like a deserted backdrop, at peace, traffic-calmed but in the turmoil of colour. In conversation with Tamina Amadyar, Florian Illies searches for answers to an unpaintable city amidst her paintings and those of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner in the Brücke-Museum.

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Please note: The 2 G rule applies! The evidence of a complete vaccination or recovery is necessary!Here you will be able to register for the event.

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Discussion

BOOKED OUT: Painting Berlin.
About Ernst Ludwig Kirchners and Tamina Amadyars Pictures of the Big City

22 Nov 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

20. November 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: ars viva 2022
In Dialogue with the Brücke-Museum’s Collection

This year, the Brücke-Museum presents ars viva 2022. Since 1953, the ars viva prize has been awarded by the Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft to outstanding young artists based in Germany. This year’s winners are Tamina Amadyar (b. 1989 in Kabul, Afghanistan), Lewis Hammond (b. 1987 in Wolverhampton, UK), and Mooni Perry (b. 1990 in Seoul, South Korea).

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Please note: The event takes place in German language. Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

20 Nov 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

13. November 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: ars viva 2022
In Dialogue with the Brücke-Museum’s Collection

This year, the Brücke-Museum presents ars viva 2022. Since 1953, the ars viva prize has been awarded by the Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft to outstanding young artists based in Germany. This year’s winners are Tamina Amadyar (b. 1989 in Kabul, Afghanistan), Lewis Hammond (b. 1987 in Wolverhampton, UK), and Mooni Perry (b. 1990 in Seoul, South Korea).

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Please note: The event takes place in German language. Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

13 Nov 2021

Guided tour

Curator's Tour
with Franziska Achatzi (curatorial assistant)

7. November 2021, 3.00pm
Related Exhibition: ars viva 2022
In Dialogue with the Brücke-Museum’s Collection

This year, the Brücke-Museum presents ars viva 2022. Since 1953, the ars viva prize has been awarded by the Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft to outstanding young artists based in Germany. This year’s winners are Tamina Amadyar (b. 1989 in Kabul, Afghanistan), Lewis Hammond (b. 1987 in Wolverhampton, UK), and Mooni Perry (b. 1990 in Seoul, South Korea).

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Please note: The event takes place in German language. The evidence of a negative test, complete vaccination or recovery is necessary! The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Curator's Tour
with Franziska Achatzi (curatorial assistant)

7 Nov 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

7. November 2021, 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: ars viva 2022
In Dialogue with the Brücke-Museum’s Collection

with Sieglind Lemcke

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Please note: The event takes place in German Sign Language. The evidence of a negative test, complete vaccination or recovery is necessary! The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

Two weeks before the event you will be able to register here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

7 Nov 2021

Children & Family

Museum Sunday

7. November 2021, 11.00am – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: ars viva 2022
In Dialogue with the Brücke-Museum’s Collection

We invite you to Museum Sunday at the Brücke-Museum. Our programme offers opportunities for children and adults to engage with the museum and the exhibition.

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The entry is free! The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. For participation at the programme the 3G rule applies! For all programme on Museum Sunday, simply register on site at the information desk. It is not necessary to book a time slot ticket. There may be some short waiting times.

 

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Children & Family

Museum Sunday

7 Nov 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

6. November 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: ars viva 2022
In Dialogue with the Brücke-Museum’s Collection

This year, the Brücke-Museum presents ars viva 2022. Since 1953, the ars viva prize has been awarded by the Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft to outstanding young artists based in Germany. This year’s winners are Tamina Amadyar (b. 1989 in Kabul, Afghanistan), Lewis Hammond (b. 1987 in Wolverhampton, UK), and Mooni Perry (b. 1990 in Seoul, South Korea).

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Please note: The event takes place in German language. Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

6 Nov 2021

Art After Hours
Evening Opening of the Exhibition ars viva 2022 with Music and Drinks

4. November 2021, 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: ars viva 2022
In Dialogue with the Brücke-Museum’s Collection

With Laurel Halo (musician and dj) invited by Lewis Hammond (artist)

We cordially invite you to a very special art experience of the works of Lewis Hammond to the sounds of Laurel Halo.

Laurel Halo is an electronic music composer, performing artist and DJ, born in Detroit and based in Berlin.
Drawing from a range of music lineages, her considered approach has enabled her to maintain a signature
aesthetic across a stylistically diverse output, traversing pop, ambient, leftfield club, experimental electronica
and film score.

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Art After Hours Evening Opening of the Exhibition ars viva 2022 with Music and Drinks

4 Nov 2021

Guided tour

Curator's Tour
with Franziska Achatzi (curatorial assistant)

30. October 2021, 3.00pm
Related Exhibition: ars viva 2022
In Dialogue with the Brücke-Museum’s Collection

This year, the Brücke-Museum presents ars viva 2022. Since 1953, the ars viva prize has been awarded by the Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft to outstanding young artists based in Germany. This year’s winners are Tamina Amadyar (b. 1989 in Kabul, Afghanistan), Lewis Hammond (b. 1987 in Wolverhampton, UK), and Mooni Perry (b. 1990 in Seoul, South Korea).

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Please note: The event takes place in German language. The evidence of a negative test, complete vaccination or recovery is necessary! The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Curator's Tour
with Franziska Achatzi (curatorial assistant)

30 Oct 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

30. October 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: ars viva 2022
In Dialogue with the Brücke-Museum’s Collection

This year, the Brücke-Museum presents ars viva 2022. Since 1953, the ars viva prize has been awarded by the Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft to outstanding young artists based in Germany. This year’s winners are Tamina Amadyar (b. 1989 in Kabul, Afghanistan), Lewis Hammond (b. 1987 in Wolverhampton, UK), and Mooni Perry (b. 1990 in Seoul, South Korea).

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Please note: The event takes place in German language. Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Public Guided Tour in German

30 Oct 2021

Waldraum

OverseasSurgeries
PrepareSomewhat
Presentation and Talk

16. October 2021, 2.00 – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: Waldraum (Forest Room)

with students of the weißensee kunsthochschule berlin and Beaux-Arts de Marseille.

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Project coordination
weißensee kunsthochschule Berlin: Friederike Feldmann and Alex Wagner
Beaux-Arts de Marseille: Katharina Schmidt, Jean Baptiste
Sauvage
Brücke-Museum: Daniela Bystron, curator for outreach / Irene Bretscher and Anna Budniewski, assistance

Students weißensee kunsthochschule: Fadi Aljabour, Mila Asmira cano, Hannah Bohnen, Paula Breuer und Stefan Pfattner, Valentin Cafuk, Sofia Efremenko, Abie Franklin, Gema Gubianas, Leo Elia Jung, Christopher Krause, Lukas Luzius Leichtle, Janine Muckermann, Helena Ommert, Shira Orion, Soorena Petgar, Ximena Ferrer Pizarro, Robin Rapp, Katharina Reinsbach, Devi Sund Rojo, Keanu Sapadi, Jenna Seedorf, Paul Schlipf, Lili Theilen and Lars Unkenholz.

Students Beaux-Arts de Marseille: Drissia Bourlier, Sounaina Devi Bunma, Côme Calmettes, Mathilde Craquelin, Neïla Czermak, Marine Douet, Léo Moya, Cassandra Naigre, David’ohm Ndong-Nsi-Eya, Christophe Perreaud, Avel Plégat, Eva Reinert, Lucie Seta and Pajot Vincent.


OverseasSurgeriesPrepareSomewhat is a cooperation with the weißensee kunsthochschule berlin, Beaux-Arts de Marseille and the Brücke-Museums.

The cooperation is supported by the Franco-German Youth Office.

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Waldraum

OverseasSurgeries PrepareSomewhat
Presentation and Talk

16 Oct 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in English

13. October 2021, 1.00pm
Related Exhibition: ars viva 2022
In Dialogue with the Brücke-Museum’s Collection

This year, the Brücke-Museum presents ars viva 2022. Since 1953, the ars viva prize has been awarded by the Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft to outstanding young artists based in Germany. This year’s winners are Tamina Amadyar (b. 1989 in Kabul, Afghanistan), Lewis Hammond (b. 1987 in Wolverhampton, UK), and Mooni Perry (b. 1990 in Seoul, South Korea).

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Please note: The event takes place in English language. The evidence of a negative test, complete vaccination or recovery is necessary! The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in English

13 Oct 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

10. October 2021, 2.00pm
Related Exhibition: ars viva 2022
In Dialogue with the Brücke-Museum’s Collection

with Sieglind Lemcke

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Please note: The event takes place in German Sign Language. The evidence of a negative test, complete vaccination or recovery is necessary! The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

Two weeks before the event you will be able to register here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

10 Oct 2021

Children & Family

Museum Sunday

3. October 2021, 11.00am – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: ars viva 2022
In Dialogue with the Brücke-Museum’s Collection

We invite you to Museum Sunday at the Brücke-Museum. Our programme offers opportunities for children and adults to engage with the museum and the exhibition.

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The entry is free! The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. For participation at the programme the 3G rule applies! For all programme on Museum Sunday, simply register on site at the information desk. It is not necessary to book a time slot ticket. There may be some short waiting times.

 

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Children & Family

Museum Sunday

3 Oct 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in English

2. October 2021, 1.00pm
Related Exhibition: ars viva 2022
In Dialogue with the Brücke-Museum’s Collection

This year, the Brücke-Museum presents ars viva 2022. Since 1953, the ars viva prize has been awarded by the Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft to outstanding young artists based in Germany. This year’s winners are Tamina Amadyar (b. 1989 in Kabul, Afghanistan), Lewis Hammond (b. 1987 in Wolverhampton, UK), and Mooni Perry (b. 1990 in Seoul, South Korea).

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in English

2 Oct 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

2. October 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: ars viva 2022
In Dialogue with the Brücke-Museum’s Collection

This year, the Brücke-Museum presents ars viva 2022. Since 1953, the ars viva prize has been awarded by the Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft to outstanding young artists based in Germany. This year’s winners are Tamina Amadyar (b. 1989 in Kabul, Afghanistan), Lewis Hammond (b. 1987 in Wolverhampton, UK), and Mooni Perry (b. 1990 in Seoul, South Korea).

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Please note: The event takes place in German language. Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

2 Oct 2021

Discussion

AFSAR (Asian Feminist Studio for Art and Research)
Archiving Talk

30. September 2021, 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: ars viva 2022
In Dialogue with the Brücke-Museum’s Collection

Dialogue introduction to the virtual space of AFSAR with the artists Mooni Perry and Hanwen Zhang

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Please note: The event takes place in English language. The evidence of a negative test, complete vaccination or recovery is necessary! The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement. The participation is free! 

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Discussion

AFSAR (Asian Feminist Studio for Art and Research)
Archiving Talk

30 Sep 2021

From House to House
Bicycle tour to four jewels of the Berlin art landscape


25. September 2021, 2.00 – 5.00pm

The Haus am Waldsee, the Georg Kolbe Museum, the Brücke-Museum and the Kunsthaus Dahlem are four established Berlin institutions for modern and contemporary art and small jewels on the edge of the city. All four houses are characterised by the charming combination of art, nature and architecture. Since their founding, the institutions have changed with the city’s society, but at the same time they still bear living witness to their history, reflecting the plurality of Berlin as a city of art.   

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Meeting point: In front of the Georg Kolbe Museum
Participation fee: 18 Euro (reduced 15 Euro)
Participation is limited to a maximum of 14 people.
Registration at info@georg-kolbe-museum.de

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From House to House
Bicycle tour to four jewels of the Berlin art landscape


25 Sep 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

25. September 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: ars viva 2022
In Dialogue with the Brücke-Museum’s Collection

This year, the Brücke-Museum presents ars viva 2022. Since 1953, the ars viva prize has been awarded by the Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft to outstanding young artists based in Germany. This year’s winners are Tamina Amadyar (b. 1989 in Kabul, Afghanistan), Lewis Hammond (b. 1987 in Wolverhampton, UK), and Mooni Perry (b. 1990 in Seoul, South Korea).

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Please note: The event takes place in German language. Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

25 Sep 2021

Opening ars viva 2022

18. September 2021, 12.00 – 8.00pm
Related Exhibition: ars viva 2022
In Dialogue with the Brücke-Museum’s Collection

We cordially invite you to the opening of the exhibition ars viva 2022. Tamina Amadyar, Lewis Hammond, Mooni Perry. In Dialogue with the Brücke-Museum’s Collection at the Brücke-Museum on 18 September 2021 from 12am-8pm.

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Please note: The evidence of a negative test, complete vaccination or recovery is necessary! The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

It’s not necessary to book a time slot. There may be short waiting times at the entrance.

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Opening ars viva 2022

18 Sep 2021

Children & Family

Summer Party

29. August 2021, 12.00 – 7.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

We cordially invite you to celebrate the finissage of the anniversary exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, the inauguration of the Waldraum (forest room) by ConstructLab, and the new garden design by atelier le balto.

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Admission is free! The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement. The testing obligation is waived. Evidence of a negative test, complete vaccination or recovery is necessary. School kids and children under the age of six are exempt from compulsory testing.
Registration for the events takes place on site at the info table. The museum is open from 11am–7pm.

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Children & Family

Summer Party

29 Aug 2021

From House to House
Bicycle tour to four jewels of the Berlin art landscape


28. August 2021, 2.00 – 5.00pm

The Haus am Waldsee, the Georg Kolbe Museum, the Brücke-Museum and the Kunsthaus Dahlem are four established Berlin institutions for modern and contemporary art and small jewels on the edge of the city. All four houses are characterised by the charming combination of art, nature and architecture. Since their founding, the institutions have changed with the city’s society, but at the same time they still bear living witness to their history, reflecting the plurality of Berlin as a city of art.   

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Meeting point: In front of the Georg Kolbe Museum
Participation fee: 18 Euro (reduced 15 Euro)
Participation is limited to a maximum of 14 people.
Registration at info@georg-kolbe-museum.de

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From House to House
Bicycle tour to four jewels of the Berlin art landscape


28 Aug 2021

Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

28. August 2021, 2.00 – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

With the construction of the Wall in 1961, which was intended to separate the Eastern and Western sectors, Berlin also became a divided city in terms of urban space. The area around Kurfürstendamm became the centre of walled-in West Berlin and was considered a “symbol of the Wirtschaftswunder (economic miracle)”. City West thus developed into a new commercial centre around the Zoologischer Garten railway station, with prestigious new buildings that were also to be seen as a symbol of political power vis-à-vis the GDR.

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Meeting point: Edinburghhouse, Theodor Heuss Platz 5, 14052 Berlin

Duration: approx. 2.5 hours

Please note that a valid BVG ticket is needed for this walk. This walk will talk place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

28 Aug 2021

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

28. August 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

28 Aug 2021

St. Agnes with ARCH+: On Conversion

25. August 2021, 6.30 – 8.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

Discussion with Arno Brandlhuber (architect) and Kerstin Wittmann-Englert (architectural historian), moderated by Anh-Linh Ngo (ARCH+)

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This series of events was conceived and organised in cooperation with the magazine ARCH+.

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online here two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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St. Agnes with ARCH+: On Conversion

25 Aug 2021

Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

22. August 2021, 2.00 – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

With the construction of the Wall in 1961, which was intended to separate the Eastern and Western sectors, Berlin also became a divided city in terms of urban space. The area around Kurfürstendamm became the centre of walled-in West Berlin and was considered a “symbol of the Wirtschaftswunder (economic miracle)”. City West thus developed into a new commercial centre around the Zoologischer Garten railway station, with prestigious new buildings that were also to be seen as a symbol of political power vis-à-vis the GDR.

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Meeting point: Edinburghhouse, Theodor Heuss Platz 5, 14052 Berlin

Duration: approx. 2.5 hours

Please note that a valid BVG ticket is needed for this walk. This walk will talk place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

22 Aug 2021

Guided tour

Public Tour [German Sign Language]

22. August 2021, 2.00 – 3.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German Sign Language]

22 Aug 2021

Children & Family

Play! Family Workshop

22. August 2021, 11.30am – 1.00pm

For children aged five and above and families with Renée and Thomas Rapedius (artists, art educators)

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Children & Family

Play! Family Workshop

22 Aug 2021

Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

21. August 2021, 2.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

During the years in which Werner Düttmann was Senatsbaudirekor (Senate Building Director) of West Berlin (1960–66), two billion marks were spent each year on state-financed construction projects. About half of this sum went to housing construction, which allowed around 20,000 new housing units to be built annually, including in Kreuzberg between Mehringplatz and Kottbusser Tor. Under Düttmann’s direction, dense, urban neighbourhoods of social housing were created, which would become the focus of the urban renewal debate at the Internationale Bauausstellung ’87 (International Building Exhibition ’87; IBA) two decades later, and are now considered socially deprived areas.

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Meeting point: Tower blocks at Mehringplatz, Lindenstraße 112 (at the bus stop), 10969 Berlin
Duration: approx. 90 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

21 Aug 2021

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

21. August 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

21 Aug 2021

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

14. August 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

14 Aug 2021

Workshop

Façade Design Action [German]

14. August 2021, 11.00am – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

With Atelier Fanelsa (architectural practice) in cooperation with Gewobag

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Workshop

Façade Design Action [German]

14 Aug 2021

Guided tour

Curator's Tour [German]

11. August 2021, 3.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

With Lisa Marei Schmidt (Curator & Director, Brücke-Museum)

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Curator's Tour [German]

11 Aug 2021

Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg
City walk with POLIGONAL

8. August 2021, 2.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

During the years in which Werner Düttmann was Senatsbaudirekor (Senate Building Director) of West Berlin (1960–66), two billion marks were spent each year on state-financed construction projects. About half of this sum went to housing construction, which allowed around 20,000 new housing units to be built annually, including in Kreuzberg between Mehringplatz and Kottbusser Tor. Under Düttmann’s direction, dense, urban neighbourhoods of social housing were created, which would become the focus of the urban renewal debate at the Internationale Bauausstellung ’87 (International Building Exhibition ’87; IBA) two decades later, and are now considered socially deprived areas.

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Meeting point: Tower blocks at Mehringplatz, Lindenstraße 112 (at the bus stop), 10969 Berlin
Duration: approx. 90 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather and in English language.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg
City walk with POLIGONAL

8 Aug 2021

Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

7. August 2021, 2.00 – 3.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

The two political systems of the Cold War stood side by side in a divided Germany. Both West Berlin and the capital of the young GDR—East Berlin—wanted to define their own identities through this direct juxtaposition. In the battle between socialist and liberal-democratic systems, the reconstruction of Berlin took on a highly politicised character. When the redevelopment of Stalinallee became East Berlin’s flagship project of socialist classicism, West Berlin responded with an international building exhibition in the Hansaviertel, Interbau 57, which was to become a showcase of post-war modernism. The most renowned architects of the time were invited to realise their architectural visions in the Hansaviertel, including Walter Gropius, Alvar Aalto, Egon Eiermann, Oscar Niemeyer and Werner Düttmann, who, in addition to the Akademie der Künste (Academy of Arts), also designed the Hansabücherei (Hansa Library).

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Meeting point: Hansabücherei, Altonaer Straße 15, 10557 Berlin
Duration: approx. 60 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

7 Aug 2021

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

7. August 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

7 Aug 2021

Workshop

Façade Design Action [German]

7. August 2021, 11.00am – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

With Atelier Fanelsa (architectural practice) in cooperation with Gewobag

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Workshop

Façade Design Action [German]

7 Aug 2021

Guided tour

Public Tour [German Sign Language]

1. August 2021, 2.00 – 3.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German Sign Language]

1 Aug 2021

Children & Family

Museum Sunday Berlin

1. August 2021, 11.00am – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

Free admission, full programme! On 1 August we invite you to the second Museum Sunday at the Brücke-Museum. Since July 2021, Berlin’s museums welcome you on the first Sunday of every month with a special programme.

Folded, cut, bent
Model-building workshop for children, families and for everyone who likes to be creative!
Starting at 11.30  am, 1 pm, 3.30 pm and 4  pm
With Renée and Thomas Rapedius
Location: Museum garden
Duration: approx. 60 minutes

Who? How? What?
Short tours around the Brücke-Museum
Starting at 11.30  am, 12.30 pm, 1.30  pm and 2.30 pm
With Marian Fuchs and Katja Schöppe-Carstensen
Duration: approx. 30 minutes

Public Tour in German Sign Language
Starting at 2 pm
With Sieglinde Lemcke
Duration: approx. 60 minutes

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Free entry!

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Children & Family

Museum Sunday Berlin

1 Aug 2021

From House to House
Bicycle tour to four jewels of the Berlin art landscape


31. July 2021, 2.00 – 5.00pm

The Haus am Waldsee, the Georg Kolbe Museum, the Brücke-Museum and the Kunsthaus Dahlem are four established Berlin institutions for modern and contemporary art and small jewels on the edge of the city. All four houses are characterised by the charming combination of art, nature and architecture. Since their founding, the institutions have changed with the city’s society, but at the same time they still bear living witness to their history, reflecting the plurality of Berlin as a city of art.   

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Meeting point: In front of the Georg Kolbe Museum
Participation fee: 18 Euro (reduced 15 Euro)
Participation is limited to a maximum of 14 people.
Registration at info@georg-kolbe-museum.de

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From House to House
Bicycle tour to four jewels of the Berlin art landscape


31 Jul 2021

Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

31. July 2021, 2.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

During the years in which Werner Düttmann was Senatsbaudirekor (Senate Building Director) of West Berlin (1960–66), two billion marks were spent each year on state-financed construction projects. About half of this sum went to housing construction, which allowed around 20,000 new housing units to be built annually, including in Kreuzberg between Mehringplatz and Kottbusser Tor. Under Düttmann’s direction, dense, urban neighbourhoods of social housing were created, which would become the focus of the urban renewal debate at the Internationale Bauausstellung ’87 (International Building Exhibition ’87; IBA) two decades later, and are now considered socially deprived areas.

... More

Meeting point: Tower blocks at Mehringplatz, Lindenstraße 112 (at the bus stop), 10969 Berlin
Duration: approx. 90 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

31 Jul 2021

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

31. July 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

31 Jul 2021

Screening

Film-Screening and Talk: Gurbet artık bir ev (Gurbet is now a home) by Pınar Öğrenci [German, English, Turkish]
at Wassertorplatz

27. July 2021, 7.00 – 8.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

With Pınar Öğrenci (artist), Daniele Karasz (social anthropologist) and Niloufar Tajeri (architect)

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The film screening will take place at Wassertorplatz. The event is free of charge. Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

 

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Screening

Film-Screening and Talk: Gurbet artık bir ev (Gurbet is now a home) by Pınar Öğrenci [German, English, Turkish]
at Wassertorplatz

27 Jul 2021

Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

25. July 2021, 2.00 – 3.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

The two political systems of the Cold War stood side by side in a divided Germany. Both West Berlin and the capital of the young GDR—East Berlin—wanted to define their own identities through this direct juxtaposition. In the battle between socialist and liberal-democratic systems, the reconstruction of Berlin took on a highly politicised character. When the redevelopment of Stalinallee became East Berlin’s flagship project of socialist classicism, West Berlin responded with an international building exhibition in the Hansaviertel, Interbau 57, which was to become a showcase of post-war modernism. The most renowned architects of the time were invited to realise their architectural visions in the Hansaviertel, including Walter Gropius, Alvar Aalto, Egon Eiermann, Oscar Niemeyer and Werner Düttmann, who, in addition to the Akademie der Künste (Academy of Arts), also designed the Hansabücherei (Hansa Library).

... More

Meeting point: Hansabücherei, Altonaer Straße 15, 10557 Berlin
Duration: approx. 60 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

25 Jul 2021

Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

24. July 2021, 2.00 – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

With the construction of the Wall in 1961, which was intended to separate the Eastern and Western sectors, Berlin also became a divided city in terms of urban space. The area around Kurfürstendamm became the centre of walled-in West Berlin and was considered a “symbol of the Wirtschaftswunder (economic miracle)”. City West thus developed into a new commercial centre around the Zoologischer Garten railway station, with prestigious new buildings that were also to be seen as a symbol of political power vis-à-vis the GDR.

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Meeting point: Edinburghhouse, Theodor Heuss Platz 5, 14052 Berlin

Duration: approx. 2.5 hours

Please note that a valid BVG ticket is needed for this walk. This walk will talk place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

24 Jul 2021

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

24. July 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

24 Jul 2021

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

17. July 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

17 Jul 2021

Spatial Interventions

11. July 2021, 2.00 – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

with students from weißensee kunsthochschule Berlin, led by Mona Jas (Künstlerin, Kunstvermittlerin/artist, art educator) and Daniela Bystron (curator for outreach, Brücke-Museum)

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The interventions will take place at Ernst-Reuter-Platz and in the Hansabücherei. The detailed programme will be available here shortly before the event. 

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Spatial Interventions

11 Jul 2021

Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

11. July 2021, 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

The two political systems of the Cold War stood side by side in a divided Germany. Both West Berlin and the capital of the young GDR—East Berlin—wanted to define their own identities through this direct juxtaposition. In the battle between socialist and liberal-democratic systems, the reconstruction of Berlin took on a highly politicised character. When the redevelopment of Stalinallee became East Berlin’s flagship project of socialist classicism, West Berlin responded with an international building exhibition in the Hansaviertel, Interbau 57, which was to become a showcase of post-war modernism. The most renowned architects of the time were invited to realise their architectural visions in the Hansaviertel, including Walter Gropius, Alvar Aalto, Egon Eiermann, Oscar Niemeyer and Werner Düttmann, who, in addition to the Akademie der Künste (Academy of Arts), also designed the Hansabücherei (Hansa Library).

... More

Meeting point: Hansabücherei, Altonaer Straße 15, 10557 Berlin
Duration: approx. 60 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

11 Jul 2021

Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg
City walk with POLIGONAL

11. July 2021, 2.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

During the years in which Werner Düttmann was Senatsbaudirekor (Senate Building Director) of West Berlin (1960–66), two billion marks were spent each year on state-financed construction projects. About half of this sum went to housing construction, which allowed around 20,000 new housing units to be built annually, including in Kreuzberg between Mehringplatz and Kottbusser Tor. Under Düttmann’s direction, dense, urban neighbourhoods of social housing were created, which would become the focus of the urban renewal debate at the Internationale Bauausstellung ’87 (International Building Exhibition ’87; IBA) two decades later, and are now considered socially deprived areas.

... More

Meeting point: Tower blocks at Mehringplatz, Lindenstraße 112 (at the bus stop), 10969 Berlin
Duration: approx. 90 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather and in English language.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg
City walk with POLIGONAL

11 Jul 2021

Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

10. July 2021, 2.00 – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

With the construction of the Wall in 1961, which was intended to separate the Eastern and Western sectors, Berlin also became a divided city in terms of urban space. The area around Kurfürstendamm became the centre of walled-in West Berlin and was considered a “symbol of the Wirtschaftswunder (economic miracle)”. City West thus developed into a new commercial centre around the Zoologischer Garten railway station, with prestigious new buildings that were also to be seen as a symbol of political power vis-à-vis the GDR.

... More

Meeting point: Edinburghhouse, Theodor Heuss Platz 5, 14052 Berlin

Duration: approx. 2.5 hours

Please note that a valid BVG ticket is needed for this walk. This walk will talk place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

10 Jul 2021

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

10. July 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

10 Jul 2021

Curator's Tour [German]

7. July 2021, 3.00 – 4.00pm

With Lisa Marei Schmidt (Curator of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin and director of the Brücke-Museum)

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Curator's Tour [German]

7 Jul 2021

Children & Family, Guided tour, Workshop, Discussion

Museum Sunday Berlin

4. July 2021, 11.00am – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

We invite you to Museum Sunday at the Brücke-Museum. Our programme offers opportunities to engage with the museum and the exhibition for children and adults.

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The entry is free! The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation.

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Children & Family , Guided tour , Workshop , Discussion

Museum Sunday Berlin

4 Jul 2021

Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

4. July 2021, 2.00 – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

With the construction of the Wall in 1961, which was intended to separate the Eastern and Western sectors, Berlin also became a divided city in terms of urban space. The area around Kurfürstendamm became the centre of walled-in West Berlin and was considered a “symbol of the Wirtschaftswunder (economic miracle)”. City West thus developed into a new commercial centre around the Zoologischer Garten railway station, with prestigious new buildings that were also to be seen as a symbol of political power vis-à-vis the GDR.

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Meeting point: Edinburghhouse, Theodor Heuss Platz 5, 14052 Berlin

Duration: approx. 2.5 hours

Please note that a valid BVG ticket is needed for this walk. This walk will talk place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

4 Jul 2021

Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

3. July 2021, 2.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

During the years in which Werner Düttmann was Senatsbaudirekor (Senate Building Director) of West Berlin (1960–66), two billion marks were spent each year on state-financed construction projects. About half of this sum went to housing construction, which allowed around 20,000 new housing units to be built annually, including in Kreuzberg between Mehringplatz and Kottbusser Tor. Under Düttmann’s direction, dense, urban neighbourhoods of social housing were created, which would become the focus of the urban renewal debate at the Internationale Bauausstellung ’87 (International Building Exhibition ’87; IBA) two decades later, and are now considered socially deprived areas.

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Meeting point: Tower blocks at Mehringplatz, Lindenstraße 112 (at the bus stop), 10969 Berlin
Duration: approx. 90 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

3 Jul 2021

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

3. July 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

3 Jul 2021

Discussion

The "Grey Louse" with ARCH+: On Urban Development [German]

1. July 2021, 7.00 – 8.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

Discussion and tour with Niklas Fanelsa (architect) and Florian Heilmeyer (architectural journalist/curator)

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This series of events was conceived and organised in cooperation with the magazine ARCH+.

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online here on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Discussion

The "Grey Louse" with ARCH+: On Urban Development [German]

1 Jul 2021

Discussion

Living Knowledge [cancelled]

1. July 2021, 4.30 – 6.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

Users of Düttmann’s buildings talk about their interactions, experiences and memories in conversation with K.I. – Büro für Kunstvermittlung Berlin e.V.

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The event will take place am Mehringplatz statt.

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Discussion

Living Knowledge [cancelled]

1 Jul 2021

Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

27. June 2021, 2.00 – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

With the construction of the Wall in 1961, which was intended to separate the Eastern and Western sectors, Berlin also became a divided city in terms of urban space. The area around Kurfürstendamm became the centre of walled-in West Berlin and was considered a “symbol of the Wirtschaftswunder (economic miracle)”. City West thus developed into a new commercial centre around the Zoologischer Garten railway station, with prestigious new buildings that were also to be seen as a symbol of political power vis-à-vis the GDR.

... More

Meeting point: Edinburghhouse, Theodor Heuss Platz 5, 14052 Berlin

Duration: approx. 2.5 hours

Please note that a valid BVG ticket is needed for this walk. This walk will talk place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

27 Jun 2021

Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel [English]
City walk with POLIGONAL

27. June 2021, 11.00am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

The two political systems of the Cold War stood side by side in a divided Germany. Both West Berlin and the capital of the young GDR—East Berlin—wanted to define their own identities through this direct juxtaposition. In the battle between socialist and liberal-democratic systems, the reconstruction of Berlin took on a highly politicised character. When the redevelopment of Stalinallee became East Berlin’s flagship project of socialist classicism, West Berlin responded with an international building exhibition in the Hansaviertel, Interbau 57, which was to become a showcase of post-war modernism. The most renowned architects of the time were invited to realise their architectural visions in the Hansaviertel, including Walter Gropius, Alvar Aalto, Egon Eiermann, Oscar Niemeyer and Werner Düttmann, who, in addition to the Akademie der Künste (Academy of Arts), also designed the Hansabücherei (Hansa Library).

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Meeting point: Hansabücherei, Altonaer Straße 15, 10557 Berlin
Duration: approx. 60 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather and in English language.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel [English]
City walk with POLIGONAL

27 Jun 2021

Workshop

POSTPONED // Architecture in Motion [German, English]
Workshop with Anna Till (dancer)

26. June 2021
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

How are architecture and the body connected? How does the body react to the built environment? How do I perceive architecture with my senses and my body? In what way does the design of a space alter my movements? Which postures do I adopt, which positions and physical impulses seem inappropriate or impossible? The focus of this workshop is the physical experience of space in Werner Düttmann’s constructions. Choreographic approaches will be developed in dialogue with the architecture. Dance will thus establish a new relationship between the body, movement, and architecture.

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This event will be postponed, we will inform you in time about a new date.

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Workshop

POSTPONED // Architecture in Motion [German, English]
Workshop with Anna Till (dancer)

26 Jun 2021

From House to House
Bicycle tour to four jewels of the Berlin art landscape


26. June 2021, 2.00 – 5.00pm

The Haus am Waldsee, the Georg Kolbe Museum, the Brücke-Museum and the Kunsthaus Dahlem are four established Berlin institutions for modern and contemporary art and small jewels on the edge of the city. All four houses are characterised by the charming combination of art, nature and architecture. Since their founding, the institutions have changed with the city’s society, but at the same time they still bear living witness to their history, reflecting the plurality of Berlin as a city of art.   

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Meeting point: In front of the Georg Kolbe Museum
Participation fee: 18 Euro (reduced 15 Euro)
Participation is limited to a maximum of 14 people.
Registration at info@georg-kolbe-museum.de

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From House to House
Bicycle tour to four jewels of the Berlin art landscape


26 Jun 2021

Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg
City walk with POLIGONAL

26. June 2021, 2.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

During the years in which Werner Düttmann was Senatsbaudirekor (Senate Building Director) of West Berlin (1960–66), two billion marks were spent each year on state-financed construction projects. About half of this sum went to housing construction, which allowed around 20,000 new housing units to be built annually, including in Kreuzberg between Mehringplatz and Kottbusser Tor. Under Düttmann’s direction, dense, urban neighbourhoods of social housing were created, which would become the focus of the urban renewal debate at the Internationale Bauausstellung ’87 (International Building Exhibition ’87; IBA) two decades later, and are now considered socially deprived areas.

... More

Meeting point: Tower blocks at Mehringplatz, Lindenstraße 112 (at the bus stop), 10969 Berlin
Duration: approx. 90 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather and in English language.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg
City walk with POLIGONAL

26 Jun 2021

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

26. June 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

26 Jun 2021

Workshop

POSTPONED // Architecture in Motion [German, English]
Workshop with Anna Till (dancer)

25. June 2021
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

How are architecture and the body connected? How does the body react to the built environment? How do I perceive architecture with my senses and my body? In what way does the design of a space alter my movements? Which postures do I adopt, which positions and physical impulses seem inappropriate or impossible? The focus of this workshop is the physical experience of space in Werner Düttmann’s constructions. Choreographic approaches will be developed in dialogue with the architecture. Dance will thus establish a new relationship between the body, movement, and architecture.

... More

This event will be postponed, we will inform you in time about a new date.

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Workshop

POSTPONED // Architecture in Motion [German, English]
Workshop with Anna Till (dancer)

25 Jun 2021

Discussion

The Akademie der Künste with ARCH+: On Historic Preservation [German]

23. June 2021, 7.00 – 8.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

Discussion and tour with Winfried Brenne (architect), moderated by Luise Rellensmann (architectural critic/scholar)

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This series of events was conceived and organised in cooperation with the magazine ARCH+.

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online here on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Discussion

The Akademie der Künste with ARCH+: On Historic Preservation [German]

23 Jun 2021

Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

20. June 2021, 2.00 – 3.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

The two political systems of the Cold War stood side by side in a divided Germany. Both West Berlin and the capital of the young GDR—East Berlin—wanted to define their own identities through this direct juxtaposition. In the battle between socialist and liberal-democratic systems, the reconstruction of Berlin took on a highly politicised character. When the redevelopment of Stalinallee became East Berlin’s flagship project of socialist classicism, West Berlin responded with an international building exhibition in the Hansaviertel, Interbau 57, which was to become a showcase of post-war modernism. The most renowned architects of the time were invited to realise their architectural visions in the Hansaviertel, including Walter Gropius, Alvar Aalto, Egon Eiermann, Oscar Niemeyer and Werner Düttmann, who, in addition to the Akademie der Künste (Academy of Arts), also designed the Hansabücherei (Hansa Library).

... More

Meeting point: Hansabücherei, Altonaer Straße 15, 10557 Berlin
Duration: approx. 60 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

20 Jun 2021

Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg
City walk with POLIGONAL

19. June 2021, 2.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

During the years in which Werner Düttmann was Senatsbaudirekor (Senate Building Director) of West Berlin (1960–66), two billion marks were spent each year on state-financed construction projects. About half of this sum went to housing construction, which allowed around 20,000 new housing units to be built annually, including in Kreuzberg between Mehringplatz and Kottbusser Tor. Under Düttmann’s direction, dense, urban neighbourhoods of social housing were created, which would become the focus of the urban renewal debate at the Internationale Bauausstellung ’87 (International Building Exhibition ’87; IBA) two decades later, and are now considered socially deprived areas.

... More

Meeting point: Tower blocks at Mehringplatz, Lindenstraße 112 (at the bus stop), 10969 Berlin
Duration: approx. 90 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather and in English language.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg
City walk with POLIGONAL

19 Jun 2021

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

19. June 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

19 Jun 2021

Discussion

Mehringplatz and Hedemannstraße with ARCH+: On Social Housing [German]

18. June 2021, 7.00 – 8.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

Discussion and tour with Alexander Hoff (architectural historian), Frank Seehausen (architect/art historian) and Niloufar Tajeri (architect/architectural theorist)

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This series of events was conceived and organised in cooperation with the magazine ARCH+.

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Discussion

Mehringplatz and Hedemannstraße with ARCH+: On Social Housing [German]

18 Jun 2021

Discussion

Living Knowledge [German]

17. June 2021, 4.00 – 7.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

Users of Düttmann’s buildings talk about their interactions, experiences and memories in conversation with K.I. – Büro für Kunstvermittlung Berlin e.V.

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A cooperation between the parish of St. Martin, Anna-Lena Wenzel and Karen Winzer/ K.I. Büro für Kunstvermittlung Berlin e.V.

The event will take place in St. Martin, Märkisches Viertel.

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Discussion

Living Knowledge [German]

17 Jun 2021

Guided tour

Public Tour [German Sign Language]

13. June 2021, 2.00 – 3.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German Sign Language]

13 Jun 2021

Children & Family

Play! Family Workshop

13. June 2021, 11.30am – 1.00pm

For children aged five and above and families with Renée and Thomas Rapedius (artists, art educators)

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Children & Family

Play! Family Workshop

13 Jun 2021

Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

12. June 2021, 2.00 – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

With the construction of the Wall in 1961, which was intended to separate the Eastern and Western sectors, Berlin also became a divided city in terms of urban space. The area around Kurfürstendamm became the centre of walled-in West Berlin and was considered a “symbol of the Wirtschaftswunder (economic miracle)”. City West thus developed into a new commercial centre around the Zoologischer Garten railway station, with prestigious new buildings that were also to be seen as a symbol of political power vis-à-vis the GDR.

... More

Meeting point: Edinburghhouse, Theodor Heuss Platz 5, 14052 Berlin

Duration: approx. 2.5 hours

Please note that a valid BVG ticket is needed for this walk. This walk will talk place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

12 Jun 2021

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

12. June 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

12 Jun 2021

Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel
City walk with POLIGONAL

6. June 2021, 2.00 – 3.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

The two political systems of the Cold War stood side by side in a divided Germany. Both West Berlin and the capital of the young GDR—East Berlin—wanted to define their own identities through this direct juxtaposition. In the battle between socialist and liberal-democratic systems, the reconstruction of Berlin took on a highly politicised character. When the redevelopment of Stalinallee became East Berlin’s flagship project of socialist classicism, West Berlin responded with an international building exhibition in the Hansaviertel, Interbau 57, which was to become a showcase of post-war modernism. The most renowned architects of the time were invited to realise their architectural visions in the Hansaviertel, including Walter Gropius, Alvar Aalto, Egon Eiermann, Oscar Niemeyer and Werner Düttmann, who, in addition to the Akademie der Künste (Academy of Arts), also designed the Hansabücherei (Hansa Library).

... More

Meeting point: Hansabücherei, Altonaer Straße 15, 10557 Berlin
Duration: approx. 60 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel
City walk with POLIGONAL

6 Jun 2021

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

5. June 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask obligation. The obligation to test is waived.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

5 Jun 2021

Discussion

POSTPONED // A new Pavilion for the Brücke-Museum [German, English]

30. May 2021, 5.00 – 7.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

Talk with Mascha Fehse (architect) and Alexander Römer (architect), moderated by Daniela Bystron (curator of outreach, Brücke- Museum)

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This event will be postponed, we will inform you in time about a new date. You can find more infomation on wernerduettmann.de

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Discussion

POSTPONED // A new Pavilion for the Brücke-Museum [German, English]

30 May 2021

Workshop

POSTPONED // Architecture in Motion [German, English]
Workshop with Anna Till (dancer)

29. May 2021
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

How are architecture and the body connected? How does the body react to the built environment? How do I perceive architecture with my senses and my body? In what way does the design of a space alter my movements? Which postures do I adopt, which positions and physical impulses seem inappropriate or impossible? The focus of this workshop is the physical experience of space in Werner Düttmann’s constructions. Choreographic approaches will be developed in dialogue with the architecture. Dance will thus establish a new relationship between the body, movement, and architecture.

... More

This event will be postponed, we will inform you in time about a new date.

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Workshop

POSTPONED // Architecture in Motion [German, English]
Workshop with Anna Till (dancer)

29 May 2021

Workshop

POSTPONED // Architecture in Motion [German, English]
Workshop with Anna Till (dancer)

28. May 2021
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

How are architecture and the body connected? How does the body react to the built environment? How do I perceive architecture with my senses and my body? In what way does the design of a space alter my movements? Which postures do I adopt, which positions and physical impulses seem inappropriate or impossible? The focus of this workshop is the physical experience of space in Werner Düttmann’s constructions. Choreographic approaches will be developed in dialogue with the architecture. Dance will thus establish a new relationship between the body, movement, and architecture.

... More

This event will be postponed, we will inform you in time about a new date.

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Workshop

POSTPONED // Architecture in Motion [German, English]
Workshop with Anna Till (dancer)

28 May 2021

Guided tour

Curator Tour (Online)

27. May 2021, 5.00 – 6.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

With Franziska Achatzi (Curatorial Assistant)

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Curator Tour (Online)

27 May 2021

Discussion

POSTPONED // St. Agnes with ARCH+: On Conversion [German]

6. May 2021, 6.30 – 8.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

Discussion with Arno Brandlhuber (architect) and Kerstin Wittmann-Englert (architectural historian), moderated by Anh-Linh Ngo (ARCH+)

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This series of events was conceived and organised in cooperation with the magazine ARCH+.

This event will be postponed, we will inform you in time about a new date. You can find more infomation on wernerduettmann.de

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Discussion

POSTPONED // St. Agnes with ARCH+: On Conversion [German]

6 May 2021

Guided Tour (digital)

8. April 2021, 4.00 – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

with Franziska Achatzi (curatorial assistant), moderation: Daniela Bystron (Curator of Outreach)

Even though the museums in Berlin are not yet open, we would like to present the exhibition project Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin. - online. Using the extensive and detailed website, we will present individual locations, overarching subjects as well as image, film and audio material. At the end there will be an opportunity to contribute to the discussion with your own questions.

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Guided Tour (digital)

8 Apr 2021

Guided Tour (digital)

20. March 2021, 12.00 – 1.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

with Franziska Achatzi (curatorial assistant), moderation: Daniela Bystron (Curator of Outreach)

Even though the museums in Berlin are not yet open, we would like to present the exhibition project Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin. - online. Using the extensive and detailed website, we will present individual locations, overarching subjects as well as image, film and audio material. At the end there will be an opportunity to contribute to the discussion with your own questions.

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Guided Tour (digital)

20 Mar 2021

Training

Introduction to the Exhibition for Teachers (digital)

16. March 2021, 4.00 – 5.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

with Daniela Bystron (curator of outreach) und Julia Devies (art mediator) 

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Training

Introduction to the Exhibition for Teachers (digital)

16 Mar 2021

Training

Introduction to the Exhibition for Teachers (digital)

11. March 2021, 5.00 – 6.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

with Daniela Bystron (curator of outreach) und Julia Devies (art mediator) 

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Training

Introduction to the Exhibition for Teachers (digital)

11 Mar 2021

Guided tour

Guided Tour (digital)

7. March 2021, 12.00 – 1.00pm
Related Exhibition: Werner Düttmann
Building. Berlin.

with Katrina Schulz (Co-Curator), moderation: Daniela Bystron (Curator of Outreach)

Even though the museums in Berlin are not yet open, we would like to present the exhibition project Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin. - online. Using the extensive and detailed website, we will present individual locations, overarching subjects as well as image, film and audio material. At the end there will be an opportunity to contribute to the discussion with your own questions.

... More
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Guided tour

Guided Tour (digital)

7 Mar 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

13. Febuary 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to explore the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

13 Feb 2021

Children & Family

PLAY! Family workshops

6. Febuary 2021, 3.00 – 4.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

with Renée and Thomas Rapedius, artists and art educators

In artistic workshops for the whole family, children and their adult companions are invited to experience the current exhibition Vivian Suter. Bonzo’s Dream and weather permitting also the museum’s garden. Together we activate the Brücke-Box: Playfully we discover colors and shapes, develop stories with bird songs or experiment with fragrances.

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Children & Family

PLAY! Family workshops

6 Feb 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

6. Febuary 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to explore the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

6 Feb 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German Sign Language

12.30–1.30 pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

In the exhibition tour with the art mediator Sieglinde Lemcke you have the opportunity to explore the exhibition in German Sign Language.

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You will soon be able to register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German Sign Language

31 Jan 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

30. January 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to explore the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

... More

Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

30 Jan 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

23. January 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to explore the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

23 Jan 2021

Guided tour, Discussion

Re-visited II with Friederike Feldmann
Discussion

5–6.30 pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

with Friederike Feldmann, painter, Berlin

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You will soon be able to register for the event here.

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Guided tour , Discussion

Re-visited II with Friederike Feldmann
Discussion

16 Jan 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

16. January 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to explore the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

16 Jan 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in English

10. January 2021, 12.30 – 1.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

Public guided tours in English present you with the opportunity to explore the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in English

10 Jan 2021

Guided tour

Curator’s Guided Tour
in German with assistant curator Irene Bretscher

3–4 pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

Tour through Vivian Suter. Bonzo’s Dream with Irene Bretscher, assistant curator

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Curator’s Guided Tour
in German with assistant curator Irene Bretscher

9 Jan 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

9. January 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to explore the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

9 Jan 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

2. January 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to explore the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

2 Jan 2021

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

26. December 2020, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to explore the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

26 Dec 2020

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

19. December 2020, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to explore the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

19 Dec 2020

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

12. December 2020, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to explore the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

12 Dec 2020

Children & Family

PLAY! Family workshops

5. December 2020, 3.00 – 4.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

with Renée and Thomas Rapedius, artists and art educators

In artistic workshops for the whole family, children and their adult companions are invited to experience the current exhibition Vivian Suter. Bonzo’s Dream and weather permitting also the museum’s garden. Together we activate the Brücke-Box: Playfully we discover colors and shapes, develop stories with bird songs or experiment with fragrances.

... More

Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Children & Family

PLAY! Family workshops

5 Dec 2020

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

5. December 2020, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to explore the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

... More

Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

5 Dec 2020

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German Sign Language

12.30–1.30 pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

In the exhibition tour with the art mediator Sieglinde Lemcke you have the opportunity to explore the exhibition in German Sign Language.

... More

Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You will soon be able to register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German Sign Language

29 Nov 2020

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

28. November 2020, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to explore the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

... More

Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

28 Nov 2020

Children & Family

PLAY! Family workshops

21. November 2020, 3.00 – 4.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

with Renée and Thomas Rapedius, artists and art educators

In artistic workshops for the whole family, children and their adult companions are invited to experience the current exhibition Vivian Suter. Bonzo’s Dream and weather permitting also the museum’s garden. Together we activate the Brücke-Box: Playfully we discover colors and shapes, develop stories with bird songs or experiment with fragrances.

... More

Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Children & Family

PLAY! Family workshops

21 Nov 2020

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

21. November 2020, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to explore the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

... More

Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

21 Nov 2020

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

14. November 2020, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to explore the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

14 Nov 2020

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in English

8. November 2020, 12.30 – 1.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

Public guided tours in English present you with the opportunity to explore the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in English

8 Nov 2020

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

7. November 2020, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to explore the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

7 Nov 2020

Discussion, Guided tour

Re-visited I with Nadira Husain
Discussion (in English)

5–6.30 pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

with Nadira Husain, artist, Berlin

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Public events are included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You will soon be able to register for the event here.

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Discussion , Guided tour

Re-visited I with Nadira Husain
Discussion (in English)

5 Nov 2020

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

31. October 2020, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to explore the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

... More

Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German

31 Oct 2020

Training

Introduction for teachers

29. October 2020, 3.00 – 4.30pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

Guided exhibition tour for teachers and presentation of the current school programme by curator of outreach Daniela Bystron and art educator Jülia Devies.

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The event is in German and free of charge. Registration is necessary. You can register for the event here. Please note that we need to record your data additionally during events on site. 

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Training

Introduction for teachers

29 Oct 2020

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour
in German Sign Language

12.30–1.30 pm
Related Exhibition: Vivian Suter
Bonzo’s Dream

In the exhibition tour with the art mediator Sieglinde Lemcke you have the opportunity to explore the exhibition in German Sign Language.

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