Welcome to the Akademie der Künste Press Room. Here, you can find press releases and statements on cultural policy issues, as well as information on the Akademie and the Akademie’s Archive. The Press Room also provides press releases on and photos of current exhibitions, events, and publications, as well as details of our press services including, e.g. how to reserve press tickets, subscribe to our press mailing list, or submit photography or filming enquires.

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Press Releases

9 May 2022

“Grüber, Hölderlin, Marthaler: Into the Open”
The Akademie der Künste commemorates the director Klaus Michael Grüber with a colloquium and a guest performance   more

6 May 2022

Imre Kertész: Homesick for Death. Working Diary on the genesis of "Fatelessness"
Reading and conversation with Daniel Kehlmann, Katalin Madácsi-Laube and Lothar Müller, 11 May 2022, Pariser Platz   more

3 May 2022

Gerhard Leo – A German in the Résistance
Archive Opening, 10 May 2022, Pariser Platz   more

All press releases



What Matters –
Work Presentation JUNGE AKADEMIE

13 March 2022 – 10 April 2022


16 January 2022 – 13 March 2022



15 September 2021 – 12 December 2021


Arbeit am Gedächtnis – Transforming Archives

17 June 2021 – 19 September 2021


Memories in Music. Festival of Contemporary Music
Press enquiries to: Dominique Schweizer, AMIONT Musik & Kultur, +49 (0)176 96572527,

6 May 2021 – 7 August 2021

Film and Discussion Series

"School of Resistance"
Press images and press kit on request: Yven Augustin, Augustin PR, +49 (0)160-8015235,

24 February 2021 – 28 February 2021


CONTINENT – In Search of Europe
An exhibition by OSTKREUZ – Agency of Photographers and Akademie der Künste

2 October 2020 – 18 April 2021

Akademie der Künste
Picture Cellar

3 October 2018 – 31 December 2020


Brecht probt Galilei. 1955/56

Dokumentation und Feature / 3 CDs im Buch mit Leineneinband, 150 Minuten, Regie: Stephan Suschke, speak low, Berlin 2020 ISBN 978-3-940018-96-0 € 24