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The best exhibitions 2023 in Berlin

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Are you interested about the exhibtion in Berlin? Here they are.

Berlin is one of the most cultural hectic city in Europe, there you can also visit the Museums’ Island hosting the most important museums in Berlin.

In Berlin you can visit exhibitions about archeology, modern art, photography and ancient art. Here are some of the exhibitions, selected by us, which can help you in your choice.

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Liam Gillick Filtered Time, at Pergamon Museum until October 15th.

For the very first time in its history, the Vorderasiatisches Museum (Museum of the Ancient Near East) and theHamburger Bahnhof – Nationalgalerie der Gegenwart (National Gallery of Contemporary Art) join forces and set up a site-specific presentation of Liam Gillick, British artist: From Babylon’s iconic Ishtar Gate to the monumental sculptures of Tell Halaf, Gillick adds layers of sound, light and color, creating an overlay to evoke connections between periods of the Pergamonmuseum.

Liam Gillick Filtered Time

Edvard Much Magic of the North, at Berlinische Gallerie Museum of Modern Art from Semptember 15th to 22nd of January 2024 – planned

Edvard Munch challenged his contemporaries with the radical modernity of his paintings , especially in Berlin, where the Norwegian Symbolist exerted great influence around the turn of the century. The exhibtion Magic of the North, realized with the MUNCH Oslo’s Museum, tells the story of Edvard Munch and Berlin’s, illustrated by paintings, prints and photographs.

Edvard Much Magic of the North

George Grosz, at Das kleine Grosz Museum until October 30th

George Grosz was a German painter, naturalized in the United States in 1938. From the mid-1940s, following the experiences of the First World War and the shock of the atomic bombing that ended the conflict, he began to develop dehumanized and enslaved figures wandering in a hostile and poisoned world, “Stick Men” was born.

George Grosz


Andreas Feininger: New York in the Forties, at Brohan Museum until July 30th

Andreas Feininger he is considered one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century. Clarity, simplicity and organization are the fundamental principles of his work. His shots of architecture and life in New York, the Manhattan skyline, urban canyons, skyscrapers, bridges and elevated railways are among the classics in the history of photography. The exhibition Andreas Feininger: New York in the Forties at Bröhan-Museum presenta oltre 90 fotografie in bianco e nero.

Andreas Feininger

Hugo van der Goes: tra dolore e beatitudine, at Gemäldeirie until July 16th

Hugo van der Goes was the most important Dutch artist of the second half of the 15th century. His artworks impress with their monumentality and intense colouring, but also with their striking closeness to life and emotional expressiveness. 540 years after the artist’s death, the Gemäldegalerie in Berlin is celebrating a world premiere: for the first time, almost all of the artist’s surviving paintings and drawings are presented in a single exhibition.

Hugo van der Goes

If, in addition to the exhibitions in Berlin, you are also interested in all the others exhibitions not to miss in 2023 in Paris, Londone Barcelona we suggest you our insights:

Exhibitions in Paris: all the appointments

Exhibitions in London, the ones you shouldn’t miss

The exhibitions in Barcelona for 2023

For the exhibtions not to miss in Italy in Rome, Naples, Milan, Turin, Venice and Florence visit our section Exhibitions not to miss in 2023 !

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