Guided Tour: „Anything Goes?“

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Manfred Prasser, Dieter Bankert, Walter Schwarz, Friedrichstadtpalast, 1984
Manfred Prasser, Dieter Bankert, Walter Schwarz, Friedrichstadtpalast, 1984

Public guided tour in English

Berlin Architecture in the 1980s

Berlin boasts a unique concentration of noteworthy buildings from the 1980s, and more than 30 years later they deserve a review. The colourful diversity of this architectural vocabulary challenged previous ideas of living in the modern world.

Widely labelled “postmodern”, it drew on structural typologies and stylistic devices from the past and tested alternative urban lifestyles. In the run-up to the celebrations marking 750 years since the original town charter, the entries submitted to the “Internationale Bauausstellung” in West Berlin in 1984/87 and the “Bauausstellung” of 1987 in East Berlin turned the city into a kind of architectural laboratory observed from well beyond its boundaries. Even at the design stage, some were already attracting criticism as artistically misguided, and significant examples of this era in architecture have since disappeared, been revamped or else threatened by demolition.

The tour is included in the general admission, no registration, limited number of participants.

For your safety and ours, kindly observe the code of conduct

Standort

Berlinische Galerie
Alte Jakobstraße 124–128
10969 Berlin
bg@berlinischegalerie.de

Zielgruppe
Jugendliche & Erwachsene
Gebühren
Die Teilnahme an der Führung ist im Museumseintritt enthalten.
Ohne Anmeldung. Wir empfehlen jedoch rechtzeitiges Erscheinen, da die Teilnehmer*innenzahl begrenzt ist.