Potsdam was the residence of the Prussian kings and German Kaisers until 1918. It is the site of the parks and palaces of Sanssouci, the largest World Heritage Site in Germany. The city is now the capital of the German federal state of Brandenburg and a home to three public colleges and a major film production studio.
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A museum specialising in the Fluxus movement is unique within Potsdam's and Berlin's - museum scene. Nowhere else in the region can one see such an extensive collection of artworks, correspondence, objects, relics and films connected with this art movement. This collection is supplemented by an extensive display of artworks by Wolf Vostell, who was also a member of the Fluxus movement.
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The main hall of this building is, in a word, stunning. The ceiling, the floor, the paintings, the sculpture, are as beautiful as any palace in France or elsewhere in Germany. I have seen most of the palaces in Germany, as well as Versailles outside of Paris. Do not miss this.
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With the opening of the Museum Barberini in 2017 Potsdam gained a new art museum. Exhibitions range from Old Masters to contemporary art, with a major focus on impressionism. Based on the works from the collection of Hasso Plattner, the museum’s benefactor and patron, the Museum Barberini presents three exhibitions each year with loans from international museums and private collections. The exhibitions are prepared at conferences with renowned academics and displayed in new contexts alongside smaller shows. Digital offers like the Barberini App and a media wall, together with a diverse events and education program, make art more accessible for everyone.
Incredible opportunity to see a wide range of original Van Gogh Still Life's including some of his earliest, most significant and a selection from his enormously productive final months. The claim that Still Life's provide a structured narrative of Van Gogh's art and life, to me, is fully validated and proven in this one-of-a-kind exhibition. Completely worth the trip to Potsdam!
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