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Curator Janina Nentwig on showcasing the fearlessly radical art of the November Group 100 years down the road. more

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A single wheel is trapped in a block of concrete, stuck in time and passage. It is part of Gary Hume’s series Wonky Wheels, which includes 14 imperfectly shaped, colourful free-standing wheels... more

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Exberliner investigates one of Berlin's most pressing issues: housing. From exploding rents to the companies cashing in on the student housing crisis; from former squatters fighting over property to alternative house sharing options. Out now! more

Cornelius Gurlitt famously hid a vast collection of art works which he had inherited from his father, an art dealer servicing the Nazi regime. The current exhibition at Gropius-Bau features 200 of the paintings found in his Munich apartment. more

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Participating in the European Month of Photography Berlin, Mitte’s Alfred Ehrhardt Foundation blends the lens-work of its 20th century German namesake with that of Japanese artist Yamamoto Masao. more

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Rembrandt or not Rembrandt? The approximately 100 drawings on show at the Kupferstichkabinett are a combination of some of the master’s best work mixed with that of his apprentices, assistants and amateurs possessing varying degrees of skill. more

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Berliner-of-nearly-a-decade Sam Handley is saying goodbye to Berlin with his wonderful video "the Phantasy Magier". We present you with both his video and a final "parting" interview. more

Culture

In the German papers this week: Vexing and perplexing news stories from Berlin and beyond... more

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With London 1938 the Liebermann-Villa is marking the 80th anniversary of the London response to Nazi Germany’s infamous Degenerate Art exhibition in 1937. Curator Lucy Wasensteiner speaks about its relevance today. more

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In the German papers this week: Vexing and perplexing news stories from Berlin and beyond... more

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From party drugs to mental health, from artificial intelligence to sautéed Hirn – this October Exberliner is all about the brain! Plus: A scientist puts sleep myths to bed and we round up the month's festivals in film, music, art and stage. Out now! more

What to expect of the upcoming photostream, with institutions across the city taking different angles on the medium. more

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Deutsche Bank is reopening Prinzessinnenpalais on Unter den Linden as an exhibition space on Sep 27. Inaugural director Svenja von Reichenbach explains the new PalaisPopulaire’s “anti-interior design”. more

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Berlin may not be the most commercial art hub, but for the last week of September Berlin Art Week (Sep 26-30) unites the scene to showcase its impressive resources. Here's our rundown. more

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Belgian artist François hangs this exhibition on French philosopher Foucault’s notion of heterotopia: enclosed environments such as ships and prisons, sometimes mirroring society but often at odds with the world outside. It's on through Sep 15. more

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In the German papers this week: Vexing and perplexing news stories from Berlin and beyond... more

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Back to school! Here's our 13-page special on learning in Berlin with a guide to bilingual education, Germany's failing integration concept and coming out as trans in school. Also: prepping for the end, writing workshops, Chilly Gonzales and more... more

Built in 1909, German impressionist Liebermann’s villa on Wannsee is where he spent his summers. Opened as a private museum, currently on show are oils and pastels by Liebermann of his garden at Wannsee presented alongside Paul Klee’s. more

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Taking in art, dance, history, architecture, performance, archaeology, food, science, music and technology, this year’s Long Night of the Museums will happen across 80 of Berlin’s museums. Don't miss it Aug 25, starting at 18:00. more

What's On

Is Berlin's favourite Canadian expat still relevant in 2018? Ava Johnson went to Sunday's performance art event to find out. more

Opinion

At the Museum for Communication, Hermann Vaske’s Why Are You Creative? offers an existential quick fix for the arty set. more

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