Exciting new content is being developed for special exhibitions that were closed or could only be visited for a short time due to the Corona crisis.
The exhibition Between Cosmos and Pathos: Berlin Works from Aby Warburg’s Mnemosyne Atlas at the Gemäldegalerie, Body Performance and Birgit Kleber. augen | blicke at the Museum für Fotografie as well as Trade:Mark – The Stankowski + Duschek Graphics Studio at the Kunstbibliothek are accessible as a 360° virtual tour.
The exhibition Near Life: The Gipsformerei – 200 Years of Casting Plaster can be experienced in the form of an immersive 3D tour and via augmented reality (AR) using a smartphone app.
The exhibition Body Performance is available as a 360° virtual reality tour, featuring an audio commentary by curator Matthias Harder.
On a website for the exhibition The Germanic Tribes Archaeological Perspectives in the James-Simon-Galerie and the Neues Museum, information and historical context has been compiled.
In the Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin a film on Katharina Grosse. It Wasn’t Us, the artist and the curator will guide you through the extensive exhibition, and video talks on Magical Soup will discuss current issues in media art.
The exhibition shown at the Pergamon Museum Capturing Iran’s Past. Fotokunst – PhotoArt – هنر عکاسی“ is presented on Google Arts & Culture. You can find even more exhibitions of our museums and collections on Google Arts & Culture on our overview.
The German-language exhibition catalogue Raffael in Berlin is available as a free download.
Online offers for „Plain Talk: About the History of the Bode-Museum“ provide insights into the exhibition with additional downloads: informational texts on selected topics and works, and a chronological overview of the museum’s history. The presentation The Second Glance – All Forms of Love, part of a series looking at the permanent exhibition at the Bode-Museum, is available for download as a catalogue.
Also available for download is the app for the exhibition Beyond Compare: Art from Africa in the Bode-Museum, which ran from 2017 to 2019.
Thanks to a range of digital offers, our 15 collections can be accessed around the clock – and many of the museums can also be explored on a virtual tour outside their opening hours. Online offers are continuously being developed and enhanced with fascinating new subject matter.