Current exhibitions

The Mannheimer Hochaltar from Johann Paul Egell and Red Mannheim I from Mark Alexander at the Barock-Saal in the Bode-Museum.

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Mark Alexander. Red and White Mannheim

In his work, the British artist Mark Alexander repeatedly references the masterpieces of European...
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Chancel barrier, Asia minor, 10th/11th c.

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Theodor Wiegand and Byzantine Art

The small 'cabinet' exhibition Theodor Wiegand and Byzantine Art is devoted to a little-known...
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Ludwig Gies, Totentanz, 1917
Vorderseite. Bronze, 121 mm

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I Gave Gold for Iron - The Great War through the Medium of the Medal

Medals and coins provide a direct, flowing commentary on WWI - the first great German and European...
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Sculpture and Painting 13th-18th Century

The Skulpturensammlung is one of the largest collections of ancient sculpture in the world and is...
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Coins and Medals

With over 500,000 objects, the Münzkabinett (Numismatic Collection) is one of the largest coin...
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Late Antique and Byzantine Art

The Museum für Byzantinische Kunsthouses a first-rate collection of late Antique and Byzantine...
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Upcoming exhibitions

Antonio Rossellino, Madonna and Child, ca. 1460, marble, current state after conservation

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The Forgotten Museum.
The Berlin Sculpture and Paintings Collections 70 Years After World War II

An exhibition by the Skulpturensammlung and the Museums für Byzantinische Kunst in Cooperation with...
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Stein mit beidseitiger arabischer Inschrift, 10./11. Jh.

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Ein Gott -Abrahams Erben am Nil.
Juden, Christen und Muslime in Ägypten von den Römern bis zu den Fatimiden

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Der thrakische Sänger Orpheus umgeben von Tieren, Bronzemünze von Philippopolis, 209-211 n. Chr.

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Thrakien 3.0. Münzprägung im Land des Orpheus

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Past exhibitions

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Translatio Nummorum
The First Twelve Roman Caesars in the Renaissance

Ancient coins are still the richest source of information passed down to us today from the period...
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The narrow side of a sarcophagus,Relief of Christ, 3rd century/early 5th century

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Josef Strzygowski and the Berlin Museums

With the aim of creating a high-quality collection of artworks from late antiquity and Byzantium...
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Jean de la Huerta, mourner from the tomb of John the Fearless, 1443-1456

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Lamentation for a Dead Prince
The Pleurants from the Tomb of Duke John the Fearless in Dijon

The Musée des Beaux-Arts in Dijon, which is partially closed for renovations, has generously sent...
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Ceramic and Glass

The storerooms of the Museum of Byzantine Art contain an array of ceramics and several surprisingly...
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Two Crates from Leipzig
Artefacts Missing Since World War II Return to Berlin

Until the Second World War, the Museum of Byzantine Art - then know as the 'Early Christian...
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It's Enough for 8 Groschen...
Frederick the Great Seen through His Coins and Medals

Coins and medals reflect the history of Prussia and its great king in an immediate way: quite...
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