History connects us. Exhibitions Program Our Museums Jeanne Mammen With her pictures of the 1920’s, Jeanne Mammen ranks as one of Berlin’s most well-known painters and graphic artists. During the Nazi regime and in the post-war period, the uncompromising artist broke new ground and yet remained true to herself.Article, 5 min Lesezeit Papiertheater Once a year, adults and children come to the Märkisches Museum to be enchanted and enthralled by small paper figures. Unfortunately, in 2020/21, the long-standing tradition of paper theatre performances and workshops had to be interrupted due to COVID-19. Yet, work continued behind the scenes and still carries on.Article, 6 min Lesezeit Josephine Baker “All I want is to dance…” Josephine Baker has been inspiring untold numbers of people around the globe for a century. She used dance to get out of the slums of the southern United States and from Paris she conquered the world’s stages in the 1920s.Article, 6 min Lesezeit The boombox from The City Rockers In the room “Entertainment” at BERLIN GLOBAL is a boombox by former TCR member José Alvarez. The City Rockers (TCR) were known as a break-dance group in Berlin in the 1980s. In the series “Favourite Object” we present the ghetto blaster.Article, 3 min Lesezeit The AVUS 24th September 2021 marked the one hundredth anniversary of the opening of the “Automobil-Verkehrs- und Übungsstraße” (AVUS) [Automobile traffic and training road]. Races at the AVUS were one of Berlin’s most popular sporting events and at their peak drew in over 300,000 people.Article, 2 min Lesezeit The Sound of Berlin Well known for its distinctive and rebellious spirit, the music of Berlin has also been a powerful unifying force for the city throughout its history. Discover Berlin’s unique sounds in 70 songs and pieces of music from seven decades!Article, 1 min Lesezeit Heiner Müller Heiner Müller is regarded as one of the most important German dramatists of the 20th century – from his expulsion from the GDR Writers’ Association to becoming an internationally celebrated and awarded theatre-maker. Article, 8 min Lesezeit Representation Matters – Racism in the Entertainment Industry What we see, but also how people are talked about, shapes our view of the world. The media can help break down stereotypes. But often they do the opposite. Does the pleasure of some mean the exclusion of others, and why are we not further along today?Video 09:57 Minuten Current Exhibitions Sonderausstellung30 kg Open Space | Berlin Exhibition at the Humboldt Forum BERLIN GLOBAL DauerausstellungBerlin’s Middle Eight hundred years of history and culture Museum Nikolaikirche SonderausstellungCitizens with Equal Rights Open Space | Berlin Exhibition at the Humboldt Forum BERLIN GLOBAL SonderausstellungEmbracing Modernism Prominent modernist works from the Stadtmuseum Berlin’s collection featured at the Berlinische Galerie DauerausstellungEveryday Life in Biedermeier Berlin Humboldt, Schinkel and the Knoblauch family Museum Knoblauchhaus DauerausstellungConceiving Architecture Addition to the permanent exhibition intended for both blind and sighted people Museum Nikolaikirche Program Guided Tour, Family and children Stories from Berlin and the World Whizzing through BERLIN GLOBAL: Each room promises a new view of Berlin and the world, shared ideas and fun! BERLIN GLOBAL Guided Tour From the USA to Berlin Public tandem tour with Michaela Dudley: The public tandem tour in BERLIN GLOBAL takes us on a journey from the USA to Berlin. BERLIN GLOBAL Guided Tour German Colonialism under National Socialism “One Object, Many Questions” with Josephine Apraku BERLIN GLOBAL Event calendar From Curious to Worth Knowing Discover city stories online: Our Berlin stories give you comprehensive insights into Berlin’s past and present! Discover now!