||Berlin Moscow / Moscow Berlin 1950 - 2000|
Reference to a theme from
/ VG Bild Kunst
Berlin Moscow / Moscow Berlin 1950 2000 is an exhibition organized by the Berliner Festspiele (Kulturveranstaltungen des Bundes in Berlin GmbH) and the Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin (Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz) in co-operation with the German National Foundation for Art and Culture, the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and the Stas Namin Centre, Moscow, as part of the German-Russian Cultural Encounters 2003/2004. The exhibition is sponsored by the Stiftung Deutsche Klassenlotterie Berlin.
28th September 2003 - 5th January 2004
21th March - 15th June 2004
Opening times in Berlin:
Advance bookings (cuts queuing time)
Special offers for school groups
Groups registered for a guided tour (max.
20 people) pay the reduced rate for admission.
Registration and Information
Visitor Services, Staatliche Museen
Audio concept Birge Tetzner
Catalogue: 2 volumes, Nicolai-Verlag
Project Office postal address
Press and Public Relations
||Berlin Festival Weeks 2003
with its special focus on Russia
The Berlin Festival Weeks, beginning officially on September 18, provides again this year a wide array of events spanning music, literature, film and contemporary art.
Fittingly for the German-Russian year predominantly Russian artists are invited to present their works and, in addition to the large exhibition Berlin-Moscow/Moscow-Berlin 1950-2000, to demonstrate the modern tendencies in their homeland.
Among other anticipated guests are the performance artist Elena Kovylina, director Cirill Serebrennikov, the Moscow Theater Tenj; from the field of literature Vicot Yerofeyev and Vladimir Sorokin and in that of music the Pokrovski Ensemble from Moscow.
As the climax and finale of the Festival Weeks the famous opera ensemble of the Mariinskij Theatre of St. Petersburg under the direction of Valeriy Georgiev will give performances on four days in the Deutsche Oper, Berlin.