EXHIBITIONS IN GERMANY IN 2016: ALL THE EXHIBITIONS TO SEE IN GERMANY
Exhibitions in Germany 2016. In Germany there are several museums which in summer will present interesting events.
In this post you will find a list of the most interesting exhibitions which will be on view in Germany this summer.
I’ll be waiting for your comments in order to know which exhibition you visited, which one you are going to see and what exhibitions you would recommend that I didn’t put on my list.
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Trans-cultural Relations, Global Biographies – Islamic Art? – a collection of objects belonged to different people and civilizations, but migrated across different continents, sometimes coming from Islamic culture, calling into questions the natural borders in past eras.
From April 29th to the end of summer 2016
Pergamonmuseum, Berlino – pergamonmuseum website
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The Rudolf Weigang collection in Dresden – an exhibition featuring the works coming from the Weigang family’s art collection, including masterpieces and exquisite objects recovered after World War II.
From April 12th to October 23rd 2016
Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Dresda – www.skd.museum
Textile design today from experiment to series – the fascination of the textile as a working material is the focus of this exhibition developed by the Department of Design at the Burg Glebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle. On show final works of the students that highlight the potential offered for the textile design by experimental working methods.
From March 16th to September 2016
Bauhaus – http://www.bauhaus.de/en/
NEW NEIGHBOURS III – the masterpieces coming from the collections at the Alte Pinakothek that are currently closed for renovation are now on exhibition. German masters and paintings by the Brueghel family are presented in a new way.
From June 1st to September 30th 2016
Alte Pinakothek – https://www.pinakothek.de/en
The Etruscans. From Villanova to Rome – the Etruscans on show in order to understand the wealth of a culture that absorbed influences from the entire Mediterranean region.
From July 16th 2016 to January 8th 2017
Königsplatz – www.antike-am-koenigsplatz.mwn.de
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