Berlin Twice. Pictures of a Divided City

In the 30th year of the fall of the berlin wall our exhibition “Two Times Berlin. Glimpses of a City Divided“ present urban life in East and West Berlin. Through paintings, graphics and drawings renowned Berlin artists from East and West give us impressions of the city’s structures and daily live in the time before the reunification. The artists document the atmosphere of divided Berlin in city views and street scenes portrayed with affectionate or critical and distanced eyes. With the juxtaposition of art works from several decades in both parts of Berlin, this exhibition promises to be a place of exciting encounters.
 
You and your friends are cordially invited to the opening on Thursday, 6 June 2019, at 7 p.m. Berlin’s Senator for Culture and Europe, Dr. Klaus Lederer, will hold the opening speech at 7.30 p.m. Shown are works by Rolf Curt, Wolfgang Frankenstein, Brigitte Fugmann, Dieter Goltzsche, Werner Heldt, Carl-Heinz Kliemann, Matthias Koeppel, Evelyn Kuwertz, Wolfgang Leber, Monika MeiserArno Mohr, Otto MöllerRobert Rehfeldt, Wolfgang Reinke, Klaus Roenspieß and Peter Rohn.
 
We are looking forward to your visit!

Wolfgang Reinke | The Berlin Wall - Prenzlauer Berg | 1983 | gouache | 78.5 x 111.3 cm
Wolfgang Reinke | The Berlin Wall - Prenzlauer Berg | 1983 | gouache | 78.5 x 111.3 cm