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Events in Classical Music

Staatskapelle Berlin: Sir András Schiff, piano
BERLIN, GERMANY  •  Philharmonie  •  27 June 2016
 

Jörg Widmann: Con brio
Béla Bartók: Piano Concerto No. 1
Beethoven: Symphony No. 3 in E flat major Eroica

Staatskapelle Berlin
Daniel Barenboim, conductor
Sir András Schiff, piano



Berliner Philharmonie Website



Detailed schedule information:
20h

Contact: Berliner Philharmonie
Herbert-von-Karajan-Str. 1
10785 Berlin
Tel: (49) 30 25488 12

Events in Pop Culture and Cinema

<EM>Relics of the Cold War: Photographs by Martin Roemers</EM>
Relics of the Cold War: Photographs by Martin Roemers
Relics of the Cold War: Photographs by Martin Roemers
BERLIN, GERMANY  •  Deutsches Historisches Museum  •  4 March - 14 August 2016
 

What is left of the Cold War? World Press Photo Award-winning Dutch photographer Martin Roemers documents the structural and topographic relics of the conflict between East and West in Europe. The solo exhibition  comprises photographs taken between 1998 and 2009 in ten European countries: Russia, Poland, the Czech Republic, Ukraine, Latvia and Lithuania from the former Eastern bloc; Great Britain, the Netherlands and Belgium from the West, and finally both parts of once-divided Germany. Martin Roemers' photographs take us to abandoned army bases and bunker complexes, military training areas, technical installations, monitoring facilities and military cemeteries.

The exhibition sets the Relics of the Cold War series in its historical context. Themed sections examine the arms race in the nuclear age, the defensive measures and preparations for the eventuality of a third world war, the role of technology, the rise of the intelligence services and the instrumentalisation of history in public commemoration. They reveal that the Cold War was both a confrontation between two systems and a system in itself: one that has left similar, once functional remains on both sides of the Iron Curtain.



Deutsches Historisches Museum Website


Contact: Zeughaus and Exhibition Hall
Unter den Linden 2
10117 Berlin
Tel: (49) 30 20304-0



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