Digital Programme

We offer the opportunity to digitally experience our exhibition and our outreach programme. Discover the Berlinische Galerie from home!

Photo: Person holding a tablet. It shows a photograph of the stairs in the museum.
© Daniel Müller

Monthly updates on our digital programme and activities on-site


Audioguides & Apps

Munch Audioguide

Online Audioguide to the exhibition "Edvard Munch. Magic of the North"


Audioguide Magyar Modern

Online Audioguide to the exhibition "Magyar Modern. Hungarian Art in Berlin 1910–1933"


Hodler audioguide

Online audioguide to the exhibition "Ferdinand Hodler and Modernist Berlin"



Audio walks

Out into the city! Audio Walk App for the exhibition "Anything Goes? Berlin Architecture in the 1980s"


Select a work!

Digital media center to the exhibition „Provenances. Wayfaring Art“



One Guide for everyone

Inclusive audio guide to the permanent exhibition "Art in Berlin 1880–1980"



Exhibition film: "Özlem Altın. Prisma"

The artist on her exhibition


Nasan Tur. Hunted

The artist in his exhibition


Video series "Paint it all!"

With the artists from the exhibition


Tour through "Ferdinand Hodler and Modernist Berlin"

with Stefanie Heckmann, Thomas Köhler and Janina Nentwig



Tour through "Anything Goes? Berlin Architecture in the 1980s"

With Ursula Müller, Thomas Köhler and Klaus Lederer


Tour through "Provenances. Wayfaring Art"

With Thomas Köhler, Klaus Lederer, Wolfgang Schöddert and Martin Hoernes



Guided tour through "Umbo. Photographer"

Virtual tour through the exhibition with Ulrich Domröse, Head of Photography and Thomas Köhler, Director of Berlinische Galerie



Guided tour through
"Drawing the City"

Virtual tour through the exhibition with Annelie Lütgens, Head of Department Prints and Drawings and Thomas Köhler, Director of Berlinische Galerie


Online presentations

Closer to Nature

Media station to the exhibition "Closer to Nature. Buidling with Fungi, Trees, Mud"


Online Exhibition

Videoart online

In our virtual IBB video space we show selected video works from the current program and from the collection of the Berlinische Galerie.


Mapping the Studio. A changing landscape in Berlin

Video interviews and essays open the doors of historical and contemporary studios in Berlin.


Ruth Hildegard Geyer-Raack

Digital insight into the exhibition


Online exhibition

Revisited. Visiting Apartment Buildings of the 1980s

A project by Guerilla Architects


Online project

Out and About

Queer Visibilities in the Collection of the Berlinischen Galerie


Look at Me! Women's Portraits 1920s

Digital insight into the exhibition



Linus Lütcke

Project lead Strategy Digital Media and Communication
Phone +49 030-789 02-835