During the interwar years, sport became a classless mass phenomenon in Germany. Yet the idealized “neuer Mensch”, or “new man”, already showed the first signs of later Nazi ideology.
Artist Philipp Fürhofer presents an accessible, three-dimensional illusionary space in the SCHIRN rotunda.
You have to make hay while the sun shines: Bohemianism enjoyed a brief heyday in the Weimar Republic, before Nazism destroyed it forever.
The indefatigable reporter Joseph Roth was an observer of everyday life in Germany during the interwar years.
A society mirrored in its times: the SCHIRN presents a major thematic exhibition on art during the Weimar Republic.
Berlinische Galerie is dedicating a comprehensive retrospective to the artist Jeanne Mammen (1890-1976). The focus here is on her iconic works depicting Berlin in the 1920s.
In February 2018 the SCHIRN will be hosting a large exhibition on the work of US artist Jean-Michel Basquiat.
With “Babylon Berlin”, a gritty German crime series comes to the small screen, set against breathtaking backdrops under the direction of Tom Tykwer.
The first free and democratic elections took place in Germany just under 100 years ago and marked the dawn of what then became known as the Weimar Republic. Comments on a young democracy that was knocked off its unsteady...
Reality or illusion: The SCHIRN presents a major exhibition dedicated to the idea of staged vision.