Current exhibitions

Hiramatsu Reiji, Cerisiers et nymphéas, 2011, Nihonga

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Hiramatsu Reiji. Water Lilies - Homage to Monet

On the initiative of His Excellency Nakane Takeshi, Ambassador of Japan to Germany, the Museum für...
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Zhu Yunming (1461-1527), fan with cursive writing, Ming dynasty, 16th Century, ink on gilt paper, 17 x 50.1 cm, formerly of the Mochan Shanzhuang Collection, acquired with support from the Stiftung Deutsche Klassenlotterie Berlin

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Dance of the Brush. The Art of Chinese Calligraphy

To this day, calligraphy is regarded throughout China as the greatest of all art forms. The...
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Harun Farocki, Ernste Spiele I: Watson ist hin, 2010, Videostill

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HARUN FAROCKI. SERIOUS GAMES

The Nationalgalerie mourns the death of Harun Farocki (1944-2014), who passed away on 30 July 2014...
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A-Z. The Marzona Collection

The exhibition "A-Z. The Marzona Collection" is a celebration of the conceptual art of the 1960s...
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Collection of South, Southeast and Central Asian Art in the Museum für Asiatische Kunst

The Collection of South, Southeast and Central Asian Art houses one of the most important...
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Collection of East Asian Art in the Museum für Asiatische Kunst

The Collection of East Asian Art presents a comprehensive exhibition embracing the broad spectrum...
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Past exhibitions

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Following in the Footsteps of Grünwedel

The National Museums in Berlin owns the most important collection of artworks from Central Asia in...
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Chrysanthemums and Bamboo

Chrysanthemums and bamboo are two of the most popular motifs in Chinese painting, even today, and...
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Bamboo and its Friends

The three 'friends of winter': bamboo, plum blossom and pine remain a very popular motif, even...
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Fuji Doubled

To coincide with the 150th anniversary of the start of diplomatic ties between Japan and Germany,...
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Installation view Rabindranath Tagore,
Galerie Ferdinand Möller, 1930
Repro: Kai-Annett Becker

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The Last Harvest

Not only was Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) a poet, composer and philosopher, he was also an...
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Katsushika Hokusai (Edo, 1760-1849)
Gewitter am Fuße des Berges. Aus: 36 Ansichten des Berges Fuji
Japan, Tokugawa-Zeit, um 1831

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Hokusai in Dahlem

The centrepiece of this temporary exhibition is a rare scroll painting by the painter and...
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Actor Prints from Osaka

In the 17th century, the woodcut print began evolving into an independent art form in the region...
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Sacred Mountains, Sublime Summits

Landscape painting is considered the noblest genre in Chinese painting. Its chief concern is not...
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The Chinese Pleasure Garden

The exhibition offers a fascinating insight into the realm of Chinese erotic art. Unlike its...
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Ducks in the Lotus Pond

Flowers and birds have represented a key theme in Chinese painting ever since records began....
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Containers

Young-Jae Lee, born in 1951 in Korea, is a creator of ceramic vessels who works with great passion...
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Kashmir in 19th Century Photography

This veritable Shangri-La at the foot of the Himalayas, with its favourable climate and picturesque...
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Ai Weiwei: Teahouse, 2009; permanent loan by Collection Dieter and Si Rosenkranz

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Ai Weiwei: Teahouse, 2009

'Teahouse, 2009' is an iconic work by the most famous Chinese conceptual artist working today, Ai...
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Yamaguchi Akira (geb. 1948)
Nô-Gewand vom Typ Chôken mit Design
von Pampasgras und Schmetterlingen
Seidengaze, 2. Hälfte 20. Jh.

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Costumes for Noh Theatre

In conjunction with the Japanisch-Deutsches Zentrum Berlin and the Sato Yoshihiko Memorial...
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God-like Humans, Human Gods

The immense changes that took place in Chinese society over the course of the 20th century are also...
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Kaomise

Kabuki theatre has been the most popular indigenous theatre form in Japan since the late 17th...
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Imaizumi Imaemon XIV (geb. 1962)
Deckeldose mit Chintz-Blüten-Dekor in
Schneeflocken-Technik, Typ
Iro-Nabeshima, 2005

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Ceramic Cosmos Japan

Japan's ceramic-making tradition ranks as one of the oldest and most multifaceted in the world....
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People and Gods

Figure painting had already become the most important genre in Chinese painting by the time of the...
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Courtly Elegance and Military Might

With the rise of the military nobility (or samurai) under the leadership of a shogun, a new form of...
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Portraits from the Mughal Era

The Collection of South, South-East and Central Asian Art contains a significant collection of...
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Samuel Bourne and Colin Murray

Since 2007 one of the main thrusts of the Museum of Asian Art's exhibitions has been its focus on...
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