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Meret Oppenheit – Retrospective

16 August – 1 December 2013
Meret Oppenheim – Retrospective

Meret Oppenheim, born in Berlin on 6 October 1913, is counted among the most important female artists of the 20th century. Were she alive she would have celebrated her centenary in 2013. She was a significant protagonist of Surrealism.01_Portraet_Taetowierung.jpg Her playfully humorous use of everyday materials that she imbues with ever changing contexts of significance connects her to her artist friends Max Ernst, Alberto Giacometti, and Man Ray. Comprising 190 of her works this exhibition presents – for the first time ever in Berlin – the entire spectrum of her oeuvre, which remains pioneering to this day in terms of its independence and variety

Martin-Gropius-Bau
Niederkirchnerstraße 7
10963 Berlin
+49 30 254860
Öffnungszeiten :
MI bis MO 10:00–19:00

Metro: S+ U Potzdamer Platz
U2 S1 S2 S25

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Anish Kapoor Exhibition at Martin-Gropius-Bau

18 May – 24 November 2013
Anish Kapoor at the Martin-Gropius-Bau

The majority of the works of Anish Kapoor have been specifically conceived and created for the Martin-Gropius-Bau. The artist has made use of the whole of the ground floor (3,000 sqm), including the atrium, for his first major exhibition in Berlin.
Kapoor_01a.jpg Anish Kapoor is one of world’s most important contemporary artists, and is a former winner of the Turner Prize. He lives and works in London.

Martin-Gropius-Bau
Niederkirchnerstraße 7
10963 Berlin
+49 30 254860
Öffnungszeiten :
MI bis MO 10:00–19:00

Metro: S+ U Potzdamer Platz
U2 S1 S2 S25

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Tutankhamun – His Tomb and his Treasures

mask19.11.07Tutankhamun – His Tomb and his Treasures

(Sein Grab und die Schätze)

 

A major exhibition of the international archaeological sensation. The spectacular reconstruction of the Pharaoh’s tomb and treasures.

The Tutankhamun exhibition breaks new ground in the presentation of cultural history, in general and with ancient Egypt in particular.

On the one hand is the incomparable breadth of presentation with more than 1,000 objects – perfect replicas produced under scientific supervision – TUTANKHAMUN is more complete than any previous exhibition of originals. On the other hand, there is the sumptuous arrangement of the treasures.

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Entering the tomb chamber, feeling like a discoverer with the unbelievable splendor right before your eyes, close enough to touch – it’s an adventure for all the senses that no visitor will forget.

Opening Hours: daily, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

9th March – 1st September 2013

 

ARENA Berlin
Eichenstraße 4
12435 Berlin
 
Tickets: +49 30 479 974 77
 
www.tut-exhibition.com
 
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Dali – The exhibition at Potsdamer Platz

daliberlin_besucher_1On the 5th of February 2009 the new cultural highlight “Dalí – The exhibition at Potsdamer Platz” opened its doors right in the pulsating heart of Berlin.

This, the work of one of the most sophisticated and contradictory artists of the modern age, Salvador Dalí, is brought to the general public in a permanent museum exhibition in Germany.

The Museum with over 450 exhibits from private collections from around the world, under the direction of the curator and executive director Carsten Kollmeier, offers the most comprehensive insight into the work in the heart of the cultural metropolis.

Opening hours: opened daily, Mon -Sat noon – 8 p.m., Sun + holidays 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Dalí – The exhibition at Potsdamer Platz dalilogo_4c
Leipziger Platz 7
10117 Berlin
 
Tel: +49 30 206 735 860
                           
www.daliberlin.de

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The Story of Berlin – A first hand Interactive History

logoThe permanent exhibition “The Story of Berlin” at Kurfürstendamm invites visitors to immerse into the history of the German capital in 23 theme rooms. The exhibition includes multimedia elements such as up-to-date animation technology and walk through sets to enable everyone to experience the different phases of the 800 years of the capital’s development, from its trading centre status in the Middle Ages to the Fall of The Berlin Wall.

The Story of Berlin, BerlinThe Story of Berlin successfully integrates modern exhibition features together with original models and lavishly reconstructed historic facsimiles to help the visitor “feel” the atmosphere of the city’s then and now.
Instead of merely displaying dates and facts about historical personalities, the priority is given to the Berliners and their lifestyle at certain points in history.

Visual elements such as 3D figures and elaborately constructed lightning vividly create the ambiance of the ancient.

Story of BerlinA very special feature and a must-see is the nuclear bomb shelter from
the Cold War. It has been constructed for the inhabitants of West Berlin in order to prevent a huge nuclear contagion and now is an impressive reminder of the fear in the days of the Cold War.

Being situated underneath Kurfürstendamm, the shelter can be visited with a tour guide supporting the visitors with striking and at the same time distressing facts and details of the shelter.

Every hour sharp, the tour starts its journey into the past and underground.

Opening hours: Open daily from 10 am to 8 pm.

No entry after 6 p.m. The last guided tour through the nuclear shelter starts at 6 pm.

THE STORY OF BERLIN
Kurfürstendamm 207-208
10719 Berlin
 
Tel: +49 30 887 20 100
 
info@story-of-berlin.de
www.story-of-berlin.de
 
Metro: S Savignyplatz S5, S7, S9, S75
U Uhlandstraße U1
 

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