100,000 visitors flock to see SCHLOSS BAU MEISTER: Andreas Schlüter and Baroque Berlin
Today the curatorial team behind the exhibition (Bernd W. Lindemann, director of the Gemäldegalerie and Skulpturensammlung, Hans-Ulrich Kessler and Claire Guinomet, both of the Skulpturensammlung) were on hand in the Bode-Museum to welcome the 100,000th visitor to the exhibtion: the unsuspecting Martin Lenhard from Switzerland. Mr. Lenhard was presented with the catalogue to the exhibition and the city guide to Andreas Schlüter's works in Berlin.
Mr. Lenhard is a town planner at Zurich's urban planning department and was determined not to miss the major Schlüter exhibition before it closes next Sunday, on 24 August 2014. No stranger to Berlin, Mr. Lenhard remembers the city from his time as a student at the TU and was thrilled by the Bode-Museum.
Tour through the exhibition by the director of the collection on the last day of the exhibition, at 3 p.m. on 24 August.
Bernd W. Lindemann, Director of the Gemäldegalerie and Skulpturensammlung, invites you to join him at 3 p.m. on Sunday, 24 August (the exhibition's closing day) on a director's personal tour through the Schlüter exhibition. (Meeting place: Kameke gallery, the tour itself is free, visitors just have to pay for admission to the museum.)