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com­mu­ni­ties. Chang­ing ex­hi­bi­tions take di­verse ap­proaches to les­bian, gay, trans­sex­ual, bi­sex­ual, and queer bi­ogra­phies and con­cepts in his­tory, art, and cul­ture. Open Mon, Wed– Fri, Sun 2– 6pm, Sat 2–7pm. €6/4 www.schwulesmu­seum.de. Lüt­zow­str. 73. T: 030.69599050. U Nol­len­dorf­platz. D4

Jewish Mu­seum

MUST SEE Daniel Libe­skind’s ar­chi­tec­tural jewel is shaped as a de­con­structed Star of David. Walk through mil­len­nia of Ger­man Jewish his­tory and dis­cover the al­ter­nat­ing glo­ries and per­se­cu­tions of this com­mu­nity. To 13 Sep: Ge­hor­sam: An ex­hi­bi­tion of the works by Saskia Bod­deke and Peter Greenaway Matthäikirch­platz. T: 030.266424242. S+U Pots­damer Platz. D3

Kupfer­stichk­abi­nett (Mu­seum of Prints and Draw­ings)

This print and drawing col­lec­tion was started by the Great Elec­tor in 1652, and its old­est works date back to me­dieval times. The 150,000+ pieces (inc. mas­ter­pieces by Bot­ti­celli, Dürer, and Goya) are very sen­si­tive to light ex­po­sure; for this rea­son, there is no per­ma­nent ex­hi­bi­tion but works are only shown tem­po­rar­ily. To 7 Jun: Ger­hard Al­tenboug. I Drew That shows the graphic work of

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