HAUS am KLEISTPARK | Project-Room 


Every Thursday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Tours & Talks alternating with
the exhibiting artists, Dr. Enno Kaufhold,
Barbara Esch Marowski and the curators

Modernism's diversity. 100 years greater Berlin

Stefanie Bürkle, Göran Gnaudschun, Ute Mahler, Florian Merkel, Arwed Messmer, Andreas Mühe, Loredana Nemes, Michael Schmidt, Anne Schönharting, Michael Wesely, Ulrich Wüst

© Foto: Anne Schönharting, Frank Dingel und Karsten von Kuczkowski, Stylisten, Berlin 2012, aus der Serie Berlin-Charlottenburg
Invitation card (G)

The metropolis Berlin is the focus of this exhibition created in cooperation with the Kulturstiftung Haus Europa. To mark the centenary of the administrative amalgamation of Greater Berlin, the works of eleven art photographers address the realities, diversity, and complexity of various processes and developments in Berlin.
What defines a metropolis? Which works reflect both its social and technological / artistic development?
In outstanding photographic works, the exhibition presents the modernity of the city of Berlin on a continuum of progress and standstill – with an eye particularly for its multifaceted notions of lifestyle.

October 10 through December 13, 2020

Grunewaldstr. 6/7, 10823 Berlin-
Tue through Sun 11 am – 6 pm 
Free admission/Free entry
U7 Kleistpark, Bus M 48, M 85, 106, 187, 204
No barrier-free access

Curated by Gabriele Muschter and Uwe Warnke
The patron of the exhibition is the governing mayor of Berlin, Michael Müller.

An exhibition as part of the European Month of Photography.
Funded by the LOTTO Foundation Berlin.



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