Jorinde Voigt, KÖNIG GALERIE, photo: Roman März

Because of the general lockdown caused by the coronavirus, the entire world has recently become increasingly dependent on the wonders of the Internet. But even Netflix can get boring after some time. Luckily, many Berlin artists and institutions make their collections and performances available online – so you can finally go to that museum or gallery you’ve always been intrigued by but never visited!

König Galerie

 

St. Agnes a.k.a. König Gallery of contemporary art is one of our Kreuzberg favorites, always displaying intriguing collections, many of which are available online. If you’ve never been, make sure you go there once the lockdown is over – it is located in a very impressive building which used to be a church.

 

Jorinde Voigt, KÖNIG GALERIE, photo: Roman März

 

Bode Museum

 

The free virtual tour of Bode Museum’s impressive collections will keep you entertained for a while. Sit back and admire the wonderful halls housing sculptures and Byzantine art.

 

photo: Bode Museum 

 

Pergamon Museum

 

The Pergamon Museum is surely one of the most recognizable cultural institutions in Berlin, mostly thanks to the huge ancient constructions it houses, such as the Pergamon Altar. You can take a closer look at the altar and other exhibits at the Google Arts & Culture platform.

 

photo: Google Arts & Culture

Altes Museum

 

Google Arts & Culture also enables you access to some exhibition of the renowned Altes Museum, including ”Garden Of Earthly Delights – the art of love in the ancient world” and ”Faces – Heroes, Gods, and Rulers”.

 

photo: Google Arts & Culture

 

Alte Nationalgalerie

 

Exploring the rich collections of paintings and sculptures at the Alte Nationalgalerie is a great way to spend an afternoon. Again, you can see some of the artworks in close detail thanks to Google Arts & Culture.

 

photo: Google Arts & Culture

 

Digital Concert Hall of the Berlin Philharmonie

 

The Berlin Philharmonie is offering free limited access to their Digital Concert Hall, which includes not only a great archive of concerts but also documentaries and other resources about classical music.

 

photo: Philharmonie Berlin

 

HAU Hebbel am Ufer

 

According to their schedule, HAU Hebbel am Ufer has switched into an online program and will offer streaming of various performances, such as James Bridle’s dialogue piece ”Other Intelligences” or the live online performance HOT MESS. You can watch the performances on the HAU YouTube channel.

 

photo: © Anja Kaiser

 

Staatsoper Unter den Linden

 

The Staatsoper Unter den Linden will be streaming one concert or opera performance per day on their website right until April 19th. It’s completely free – don’t miss out on this chance to get acquainted with some high culture.

 

photo: Monika Rittershaus

 

 

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Michalina
by
on March 18th, 2020
in Art, Theater