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Berlinische Galerie, Foto: © Jirka Jansch
Berlinische Galerie, Foto: © Jirka Jansch

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Berlinische Galerie

Museum of Modern Art,
Photography and Architecture

Queer Desire and Revolt

Screening and Artist Talk
Thu 5.8.21, 6 pm

Andrzej Steinbach

At the festival "Les Rencontres de la Photographie d’Arles"
4.7. – 26.9.21

Fred Thieler Prize 2021

Tatjana Doll has been awarded the Fred Thieler Prize for Painting in 2021.

Out into the City!

Free Audiowalks on Berlin Architecture
in the 1980s

The Matschinsky-Denninghoff Estate

A bequest for Berlin and a responsibility
for the Berlinische Galerie

Out and About

Queer Visibilities in the Collection
of the Berlinische Galerie
from 29.10.20

On the Way to an All-Inclusive Museum

The Permanent Exhibition “Art in Berlin 1880–1980” is made accessible to the Blind and Vision Impaired

Exhibitions

Art in Berlin 1880 – 1980

Permanent Exhibition

Marc Bauer

The Blow-Up Regime
GASAG Art Prize 2020
9.9.20 – 16.8.21

Provenances

Wayfaring Art
28.10.20 – 2.8.21

Anything Goes?

Berlin Architecture in the 1980s
17.3. – 16.8.21

Look at Me!

Women’s Portraits from the 1920s
Until 2.8.21

Park Platz

31.5. – 20.9.21

Igor Vidor

In the IBB Video Space
10.9. – 4.10.21

Alicja Kwade

In Abwesenheit (In Absence)
18.9.21 – 4.4.22

Louise Stomps

Figuring Nature
Sculptures 1928–1988
15.10.21 – 17.1.22

Images in Fashion – Clothing in Art

Photography, Fine Arts, and Fashion since 1900
11.2. – 30.5.22

Nina Canell

From April 2022

Sibylle Bergemann

Photographs 1966–2010
24.6. – 10.10.22

Education & Outreach

Revisited

At Home in the 1980s

207 m²

Space for action and collaboration

Press conferences

Ferdinand Hodler and Modernist Berlin

Please accredit yourself: tom.schwarzer@smithberlin.com

Louise Stomps. Natural Figures. Sculptures 1928–1988

Please accredit yourself: alexander.floeth@artefaktberlin.de

Press archive

Press releases

2010 – 2021

 

Contact

Ulrike Andres

Head of Communication and Education
Phone +49 30-789 02-829
andres@berlinischegalerie.de

Paula Rosenboom

Communication
Phone +49 30-789 02-831
rosenboom@berlinischegalerie.de