10 Berlin Exhibition Highlights Not to Miss this Winter

10 Berlin Exhibition Highlights Not to Miss this Winter

Berlin has such a large variety of art exhibitions to indulge in, that sometimes it can get quite overwhelming to decide where to go and what to see! We have curated a list of unusual exhibitions that we want to bring to your attention, some of those you might not have heard of yet. Ranging from the celebratory events of 100 years of Bauhaus, over mixed media to sonic sound explorations. This list will broaden your perception, we promise ūüėČ

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Music is an opinion

photo: Klaus Rudolph

Being an artist often means to feel misunderstood by the outer world. This morning for instance when I went to my composition teacher into the studio and I heard¬†the screeching sounds of a violin¬†next door. “The poor parents!” I said, expressing my feelings about these ¬†horrible sounds. “Why?” asks my composition teacher. “These are not children. They’re adult musicians rehearsing a piece of new music.” Oh, I thought and asked myself again who could create¬†ugly sounds like this¬†with such a compassion. New music is not easy to digest which is why I¬†rarely¬†recommend such events. But the opening spectacle Chroma XV by Rebecca Saunders for the Festival Maerzmusik starting today sounds very tempting. With various partly creepy music boxes Rebecca Saunders creates abstract sound worlds accessible and malleable to everyone. A piece of music from her and the¬† dates after the jump.

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