A list of exhibitions to see while you are in Berlin in September 2023.
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Wednesday 07. December 2022 — Sunday 03. September 2023
Deutsches Technikmuseum“Whether it’s a cell phone, sneaker, or bicycle, it’s always worth trying to do repairs. Every time we do, we learn how the thing works, and we also…“
Daido Moriyama Retrospective
Saturday 13. May 2023 — Thursday 07. September 2023
c/o Berlin“A dog drops its head and turns to us, its gaze both challenging and sullen. One can practically hear it snarl and pant. Its scruffy fur is half-lit by…“
Visions for chunky 1970’s architecture in West Berlin
Friday 26. May 2023 — Monday 18. September 2023
Berlinische Galerie“During the Cold War, some notable big buildings went up in West Berlin as new sites for research, education and cultural activity. They include the…“
Der harte Norden – Heavy Metal aus den Nordischen Ländern
Extreme Metal: So sieht er aus, so fühlt er sich an, so klingt er
Friday 09. June 2023 — Friday 29. September 2023
Felleshus / Nordic Embassies Berlin“The Nordic metal scene is known all over the world. What was once an underground phenomenon has become a gigantic industry. Extreme metal bands are now…“
Alice Springs. Retrospektive
Saturday 03. June 2023 — Sunday 19. November 2023
Helmut Newton Foundation“While major Alice Springs exhibitions were already hosted at HNF in 2010 and 2016, many of the photographs in this new retrospective have never been…“
The Assault of the Present on the Rest of Time.
Artistic Testimonies of War and Repression
Thursday 14. September 2023 — Sunday 07. January 2024
Brücke-Museum“The exhibition The Assault of the Present on the Rest of Time. Artistic Testimonies of War and Repression presents historical and contemporary positions…“
Another Country – Jewish in the GDR
Friday 08. September 2023 — Sunday 14. January 2024
Jewish Museum Berlin“Starting 8 September 2023, the Jewish Museum Berlin will be showing the first-ever large-scale exhibition on Jewish experiences in East Germany. With a…“