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Akademie der Kün­ste Hanseat­en­weg

The Ber­lin art academy’s long and pres­ti­gious his­tory dates back to 1696. To­day, this is an im­por­tant ex­hi­bi­tion space, hous­ing one of the most com­pre­hen­sive in­ter­dis­ci­pli­nary ar­chives of 20th- cen­tury art. To 1 Mar: The Kh­mer Rouge and The Con­se­quences ex­plores Cam­bo­dia’s re­cent his­tory while not for­get­ting the geno­cide of the past through the work of artists.Open Tue–Sun 11am–7pm. €6/4 (Free en­try Tue 3-7pm). Hanseat­en­weg 10. T: 030.200572000. S Belle­vue, U Hansaplatz. C3

Akademie der Kün­ste Pariser Platz

The Pariser Platz branch of Ber­lin’s art academy, hous­ing an im­por­tant ex­hi­bi­tion space and an ex­ten­sive ar­chive. Open daily 11am–7pm (Free en­try Tue 3-7pm). € 6/4. Pariser Platz 4. T: 030.200571000. S+U Bran­den­burger Tor. E3

Alte Nationalgalerie

A splen­dorous col­lec­tion of 19th- cen­tury art. Ger­man artists, such as the ro­man­tics Cas­par David Friedrich, Schinkel, and Blechen are well rep­re­sented, while the sec­ond floor fea­tures French im­pres­sion­ists, in­clud­ing Monet, De­gas, Renoir, and Cezanne. To 12 Apr: Got­tfried Lin­dauer. The Maori Por­traits. The ex­hi­bi­tion presents the worlk of lit­tle- known Ger­man painter Got­tfried Lin­dauer, one of the few artists of the late 19th cen­tury to have de­voted his work al­most ex­clu­sively to de­pict­ing the Maori of New Zealand. To 12 Apr: Tower Res­i­dents. Sketches from the 1780s for the Gen­dar­men­markt cathe­drals by Chad­owiecki and Rode, two of the most prom­i­nent Ber­lin artists of the times. Open Tue– Fri 10am– 6pm (un­til 8pm on Thu), Sat & Sun 10am– 6pm. With ex­hi­bi­tion €12/6, €10/5 mu­seum only.­seum. Bode­str. 1– 3. T: 030.266424242. U Friedrich­straße, S Hack­escher Markt. E3

Bode Mu­seum

An ex­ten­sive col­lec­tion of Old Masters’ paint­ings, a sec­tion ded­i­cated to an­cient coins, and many works of Ro­man and Byzan­tine art adorn the im­pres­sive in­te­rior of the Bode Mu­seum, built by Ernst von Ihne in 1904. From 19 Mar to 7 Sep: The Ber­lin Sculp­ture and Paint­ings Col­lec­tions 70 Years Af­ter World War II com­mem­o­rates the 70th an­niver­sary of the end of WWII and the loss of nu­mer­ous works art in the two fires that oc­curred in the

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