This new private art museum in the monumental studio of Nazi-era sculptor Arno Breker presents works created in eastern and western...
Freilichtmuseum Domäne Dahlem
Pet a potbellied pig or clamber around a historical tractor at this open-air museum that’s really a modern working farm attached to a...
The original Checkpoint Charlie guard cabin, a Berlin Airlift plane and a reconstructed spy tunnel are among the dramatic exhibits at...
This cafe-restaurant-beer-garden combo is a Dahlem institution with a long menu likely to please everyone from salad heads to schnitzel...
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In 1905 Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Erich Heckel and Ernst Ludwig Kirchner founded Germany’s first modern-artist group, called Die Brücke (The Bridge). Rejecting traditional techniques taught in the academies, they experimented with bright, emotional colours and warped perspectives that paved the way for German expressionism and modern art in general. Schmitt-Rottluff’s personal collection forms the core of this lovely presentation of expressionist art.