27.10.2017 until further notice
Mythical heroes from the Congo stand upright, despite back-breaking feats of endurance. Their presence in the galleries of the Bode-Museum begs the question: Why does Christianity need a suffering God? Bronze sculptures from Italy and Benin reflect the artistic exchange and trade between two continents. Leading up to the opening of the Humboldt Forum, the Bode-Museum will show about 70 principal works of African sculpture alongside and in dialogue with works of European sculpture. The experimental, juxtapositional display is ordered according to theme and spans such concepts as power, protection, ancestry, identity, and religious relics. The display thus brings to light the connections and differences between these collections, inviting new perspectives to emerge.
The exhibition is generously funded by the Preussischer Kulturbesitz Trustees.
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S-Bahn S1, S2, S25 (Friedrichstraße); S5, S7, S75 (Hackescher Markt)
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Wed 10:00 - 18:00
Thu 10:00 - 20:00
Fri 10:00 - 18:00
Sat 10:00 - 18:00
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The Gobelins tapestry room is only open on weekends and public holidays.
The upstairs galleries of the permanent exhibitions including the exhibtion "Art Coins Money: MUSE MACHT MONETEN" open at 11:00 a.m.
Last admission and ticket sales 30 minutes before closing time.