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Schlemmer/Bohner/Hespos Das Triadische Ballett, big skirt, new production 2014 © Wilfried Hösl

Das Triadische Ballett (Triadic Ballet)
7 — 9 Oct 2022

Ballet play

Gerhard Bohner’s new version of Oskar Schlemmer’s legendary costume ballet was celebrated worldwide from 1977 to 1989. It was only in 2014 that the masterpiece reentered the repertoire, newly rehearsed by Bohner’s soloists Ivan Liška and Colleen Scott with the Bavarian State Ballet II, now the Junior Ballet – a glorious reminder of dance’s 20th century awakenings.

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Photo © Akademie der Künste

Nanne Meyer.
Versteckte Texte

3 Sep – 20 Nov 2022

Exhibition

Every year, the Visual Arts Section of the Akademie der Künste presents the work of one of its members at the Kurt Tucholsky Literature Museum. In 2022, the focus is on drawings and objects by Nanne Meyer. The exploration of time and space as well as the relationship between language and text are part of her drawing art. The exhibition presents around 70 selected works.

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© Vsevolod Kazarin and Sebastian Wells / OSTKREUZ
© Vsevolod Kazarin and Sebastian Wells / OSTKREUZ

In cooperation with the Akademie der Künste, the first issue of Solomiya, established in April 2022 in response to Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine, was published in early July 2022. It was the result of collaboration between the Kyiv-based photographer Vsevolod Kazarin and Sebastian Wells, photographer from Berlin and member of OSTKREUZ – Agentur der Fotografen.

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Anna Seghers Museum
Anna Seghers Museum. Photo © Andeas Süß

Bertolt Brecht's study, Helene Weigel's conservatory, Anna Seghers' "crow's nest": Regular tours offer visitors a fascinating insight into the homes and studies of the writer Bertolt Brecht, actress and theatre director Helene Weigel and the writer Anna Seghers. The Brecht-Weigel Museum in Berlin-Mitte and the Anna Seghers Museum in Berlin-Adlershof are both part of the Akademie der Künste.

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Akademie der Künste at Hanseatenweg. Photo © Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk
Akademie der Künste at Hanseatenweg. Photo © Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk

The Akademie der Künste is an international community of artists that currently totals 429 members in its six Sections (Visual Arts, Architecture, Music, Literature, Performing Arts, Film and Media Arts). It is an exhibition and event location. A key component of the Akademie are its Archives, which collectively form one of the most important interdisciplinary archives on 20th century art.

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Photo: Ingeborg Fries
Wednesday, 28 Sep
Tour

2 pm

Brecht-Weigel-Museum
Chausseestraße 125
10115 Berlin

Famous women

The resting places of famous women in art and culture are the focus of this guided tour of the Dorotheenstädtischer Friedhof cemetery. It tells of the writers Christa Wolf and Annemarie Bostroem, the artists Beatrice Zweig and Doris Kahane, the opera director Ruth Berghaus and many others. In German.

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Photo: Ingeborg Fries
Wednesday, 5 Oct
Tour

2 pm

Brecht-Weigel-Museum
Chausseestraße 125
10115 Berlin

Brecht and his people

The Dorotheenstädtischer Friedhof is one of the most famous cemeteries in Berlin – not least because Brecht's last resting place is here. But many of his comrades-in-arms are also laid to rest here; many whom he shaped, promoted and inspired or who supported him. If one were to draw threads between the graves, a densely interwoven web would emerge. The tour aims to trace these lines, references and influences. In German.

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Brecht Haus. Photo: Ingeborg Fries
Friday, 7 Oct
Tour

1 pm

Brecht-Weigel-Museum
Chausseestraße 125
10115 Berlin

Discovering Brecht between Chausseestraße and the Berliner Ensemble

A two-hour walk leads from the Brecht House to the Berliner Ensemble in the footsteps of Bertolt Brecht. This is where the writer and director moved in the years after his return from exile, where he achieved his artistic breakthrough in the 1920s. In German.

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Grafik: NODE Berlin Oslo
7 – 8 Oct
Symposium

Sustainability in Contemporary Music

Actors from contemporary music and sustainability research discuss our relationships to each other and to our environment in a transdisciplinary and transcultural exchange, complemented by expert impulses and listening moments. In English and German.

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Schlemmer/Bohner/Hespos Das Triadische Ballett, big skirt, new production 2014 © Wilfried Hösl
7 – 9 Oct
Dance Performance

Hanseatenweg

Studio

Das Triadische Ballett (Triadic Ballet) Schlemmer / Bohner / Hespos

Gerhard Bohner’s new version of Oskar Schlemmer’s legendary costume ballet was celebrated worldwide from 1977 to 1989. Newly rehearsed by Bohner’s soloists Ivan Liška and Colleen Scott with the Bavarian Junior Ballet, it is a glorious reminder of dance’s 20th century awakenings 100 years after Schlemmer’s 1922 premiere.

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Provenance Research 29 October 2022 – 22 January 2023 more

The Future of Critique Congress, 18 – 19 Nov 2022, Bundeskunsthalle Bonn + 24 – 26 Nov 2022, Akademie der Künste more