Kunstgewerbemuseum

Kunstgewerbemuseum Welcome to the official page! The Kunstgewerbemuseum possesses one of the most important collections of skilled craftsmanship. The museum is located at the Kulturforum and at Schloss Köpenick.
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The Staatliche Museen zu Berlin constitute a Universal Museum for the preservation, research and mediation of treasures of art and culture of the entire history of humanity. http://bit.ly/smb_impressum While we are open to constructive criticism, we expect our Fans to behave in a civilised manner and reserve the right to remove any offensive, derogatory or defamatory comments, as well as any spam. Thank you. ---------- Die Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin bilden ein Universalmuseum zur Bewahrung, Erforschung und Vermittlung von Kunst und Kultur der gesamten Geschichte der Menschheit. Wir begrüßen konstruktive Kritik, erwarten aber gleichzeitig, dass unsere Fans aufeinander Rücksicht nehmen. Deshalb behalten wir uns vor, jegliche anstößigen, abfälligen oder verleumderischen Anmerkungen, sowie alle Spam-Nachrichten zu entfernen.

The exhibition "ATMOISM" by industrial designer Hermann August Weizenegger in the Kunstgewerbemuseum had to be postponed...
23/04/2020
Design post-Pandemie. Zu Gast im Atelier von Hermann August Weizenegger

The exhibition "ATMOISM" by industrial designer Hermann August Weizenegger in the Kunstgewerbemuseum had to be postponed until autumn 2020 due to the corona crisis. The curators Claudia Banz and Kaja Ninnis visited the designer virtually and talked to him about created atmospheres and design according to COVID-19. #SMBforHome #ClosedButOpen #MuseumsFromHome

22. April 2020 von Redaktion 0 Design post-Pandemie. Zu Gast im Atelier von Hermann August Weizenegger Die Ausstellung “ATMOISM” des Industriedesigners Hermann August Weizenegger im Kunstgewerbemuseum musste wegen der Coronakrise in den Herbst 2020 verschoben werden. Die Kuratorinnen Claudia Ban...

Since March 2019, the porcelain and faience collection of the Kunstgewerbemuseum is newly presented at the Kulturforum. ...
21/04/2020
Kulturgeschichte des Porzellans: Tee, Kaffee und Schokolade

Since March 2019, the porcelain and faience collection of the Kunstgewerbemuseum is newly presented at the Kulturforum. Curator Claudia Kanowski takes time to explain what porcelain has to do with the introduction of tea, coffee and cocoa to Europe. #SMBforHome #ClosedButOpen

20. April 2020 von Redaktion 0 Kulturgeschichte des Porzellans: Tee, Kaffee und Schokolade Seit März 2019 ist die Porzellan- und Fayencesammlung des Kunstgewerbemuseums am Kulturforum neu präsentiert. Kuratorin Claudia Kanowski nimmt sich Zeit und erklärt, was Porzellan mit der Einführung von Te...

Seit Samstag, 14.3.2020, ist das Kunstgewerbemuseum wie alle Häuser der Staatlichen Museen bis auf Weiteres geschlossen....
31/03/2020

Seit Samstag, 14.3.2020, ist das Kunstgewerbemuseum wie alle Häuser der Staatlichen Museen bis auf Weiteres geschlossen. Diese Maßnahme soll helfen, die Verbreitung des Coronavirus so gering wie möglich zu halten. Gleichzeitig setzen wir alles daran, unsere Häuser und Sammlungen online zugänglich zu machen. Die entsprechenden Angebote des Kunstgewerbemuseums findet ihr unter www.smb.museum/kgm, alle Angebote der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin im Überblick unter https://bit.ly/2R1FsIG 👉 #SMBforHome #ClosedButOpen
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Tanz- und Abendkleider der 1920er- und 1930er-Jahre in der Modegalerie des Kunstgewerbemuseums. © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Kunstgewerbemuseum / Achim Kleuker

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As of Saturday, 14 March 2020 the Kunstgewerbemuseum, like all buildings of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin are closed to the public until further notice. This measure is intended to minimise the spread of the coronavirus. Meanwhile we are doing our utmost to make our museums and collections accessible online. You can find the online content oft the Kunstgewerbemuseum under www.smb.museum/kgm and an overview of all offers of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin under https://bit.ly/2R1FsIG 👉 #SMBforHome #ClosedButOpen
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Dance and evening dresses of the 1920s and 1930s in the fashion gallery of the Kunstgewerbemuseum © National Museums in Berlin, Museum of Decorative Arts / Achim Kleuker

What does a porcelain curator do in the home office? And what about the eternal longing for the "white gold" in general?...
28/03/2020
Tafelkultur in Krisenzeiten: Wir müssen dieses kulturelle Erbe jetzt schützen

What does a porcelain curator do in the home office? And what about the eternal longing for the "white gold" in general? Claudia Kanowski from our Kunstgewerbemuseum answers to questions like these in an interview with Ingolf Kern.

27. März 2020 von Redaktion 0 Tafelkultur in Krisenzeiten: Wir müssen dieses kulturelle Erbe jetzt schützen Porzellankuratorin Claudia Kanowski aus dem Kunstgewerbemuseum über 230 Jahre „Kurländer Muster“, die ewige Sehnsucht nach dem weißen Gold und darüber, was uns der Genuss von Kultur...

23/03/2020
Kunstgewerbemuseum, National Museums in Berlin, Berlin, Germany — Google Arts & Culture

Would you like to take a walk - only virtually, of course - through our museum? Just click on it and discover our collection comfortably from home! ☝️
As long as the Museum of Decorative Arts is closed, as are all the houses of the National Museums in Berlin at the moment, and you can retreat to your own four walls (👉#flattenthecurve !), we will find ways to share our collections with you digitally. Stay tuned and follow us under #smbforhome. 🤓

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--- Important information ---Dear People, from Saturday, 14 March 2020, all our museums will be closed until further not...
13/03/2020

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Dear People, from Saturday, 14 March 2020, all our museums will be closed until further notice.
This measure is intended to minimise the spread of the coronavirus. We ask you for your understanding and will keep you updated on our website: www.smb.museum

On the occasion of the Ausstellungseröffnung Design Lab #5 Times of Waste this Friday, renowned curator, publicist and l...
21/01/2020

On the occasion of the Ausstellungseröffnung Design Lab #5 Times of Waste this Friday, renowned curator, publicist and lecturer Clementine Déliss will give a lecture on "Questions on the transformation of research collections". She's currently workinig as a guest professor at the HFBK Hamburg. Come, listen and discuss!

14/01/2020

The research project Times of Waste - The Leftover follows the traces that the smartphone leaves behind during its life cycle - from the extraction of raw materials to their disposal. Come to the opening on Friday, January 24, 2020 and learn more about the realities of this ubiquitous technology! Among other things, you can expect an exciting opening lecture by the renowned curator Clementine Déliss!

Already while he was still alive, René Lalique’s (1860-1945) jewellery were very sought after pieces. His objects, inspi...
21/12/2019

Already while he was still alive, René Lalique’s (1860-1945) jewellery were very sought after pieces. His objects, inspired by forms of nature, were also unusual for their time due to their use of modest materials. The piece shown here, with its flowers made of opaque glass and enamelled leaves, was designed as the centrepiece for a tightly fitted necklace with several strings of pearls. It was purchased directly from the artist’s studio for the collections of the Kunstgewerbemuseum.

Photo © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, KGM, Stephan Klonk

+++ CALL FOR SMARTPHONES +++Donate smartphones and support research!The exhibition "Times of Waste - The Leftover" opens...
12/12/2019

+++ CALL FOR SMARTPHONES +++
Donate smartphones and support research!

The exhibition "Times of Waste - The Leftover" opens on January 24, 2020 at 7 p.m. at the Kunstgewerbemuseum and explores the life cycle of a smartphone - from the procurement of raw materials to their disposal. With this CALL FOR SMARTPHONES we would like to call upon you to donate your discarded smartphone to the Kunstgewerbemuseum for research and collection purposes. More information about the exhibition project can be found on our website.

Would you like to donate your smartphone? Then please note the following requirements:
- The smartphone can be minimally functional. The only requirement: You must be able to turn it on.
- For data protection reasons, we would like to ask you to reset the basic settings of your device before handing it in.

Send your smartphone by 6 January 2020 to

Kaja Ninnis
Berlin Museum of Decorative Arts
Staatliche Museen zu Berlin - Prussian Cultural Heritage
Tiergarten Street 6
10785 Berlin

We are looking forward to your mailings!

Image: Exhibition view „Times of Waste – Was übrig bleibt“ at Gewerbemuseum Winterthur 2018/19 © Michael Lio

Even though the two windows from 1919 are a work executed in the technique of traditional leaded stained glass, César Kl...
07/12/2019

Even though the two windows from 1919 are a work executed in the technique of traditional leaded stained glass, César Klein (1876-1954) succeeded in creating an individual piece of distinctly modern quality. Most notably the use of the Expressionist-Cubist style with its colourful flat surface is a contributing factor for this. The bold colours in combination with the dynamic forms were, after the First World War, expression of the new, modern time.

Photo © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, KGM, Stephan Klonk

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02/12/2019

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Since her childhood the hair business has occupied a significant place in her life, now it has also become her career. O...
29/11/2019

Since her childhood the hair business has occupied a significant place in her life, now it has also become her career. Our latest blog post is about the founders of Afrosisters, the two sisters behind whom are Rima Sium and Semy Teklesembet. Click here to read the article: https://bit.ly/2OPAn4k ... and please don't forget: The exhibition "Connecting Afro Futures. Fashion x Hair x Design" can only be seen until 1 December in the Museum of Decorative Arts! ☝️😃

How do Africans* of the year 2200 tick? What will they look like? Questions about questions about afrofuturistic visions...
27/11/2019

How do Africans* of the year 2200 tick? What will they look like? Questions about questions about afrofuturistic visions for the African continent, which the artist and curator Ken Aïcha Sy (👉 Wakh Art) presented as part of the exhibition "Connecting Afro Futures. Fashion x Hair x Design" in a videographic survey. You can find the detailed interview 🎤 under this link on our blog: https://bit.ly/2OfPdSA

Adama Amanda Ndiaye is a Senegalese fashion designer born in Kinshasa. She studied economics and worked briefly at a ban...
26/11/2019

Adama Amanda Ndiaye is a Senegalese fashion designer born in Kinshasa. She studied economics and worked briefly at a bank before devoting herself to fashion, taking classes in Paris and launching the brand adamaparis.
For the exhibition Connecting Afro Futures. Fashion x Hair x Design Adama developed an installation titled “Shameless Afro Hair”. She explains some of her motivations for the piece as follows “Wearing Afro hair naturally is often considered a political action. Women who adopt this style are seen as being closer to their black or African culture, in contrast to women who feel obliged to comply with dominantly Caucasian aesthetics in order to blend in and advance more easily in society. Is Afro hair only about natural hair, or can hair extensions known as weaves, braids, and wigs also be considered part of it? This debate has been going on since enslavement was abolished. This project is devoted entirely to Afro hair, to change the story, to express a new aesthetic, that of a beauty without any complexes. A way of seeing Afro hair without shame.”
👉 This exhibition Connecting Afro Futures. Fashion x Hair x Design closes this Sunday, don’t miss it! #ConnectingAfroFutures
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Very few walls fit this tapestry of over 4 metres in height and 6 metres width, which was woven around 1535 from wool an...
23/11/2019

Very few walls fit this tapestry of over 4 metres in height and 6 metres width, which was woven around 1535 from wool and silk. Shown is a triumphal procession led by King David playing the harp. He is accompanied by a female figure ‘Fama’ who embodies fame itself. They are followed by further famous personas from history and mythology, who won fame in their lifetime and in doing so, triumph over death (depicted as a skeleton). This and the other 5 tapestries of the ‘Trionfi’ series are exhibited in the Kunstgewerbemuseum in room III.

Photo © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, KGM, Stephan Klonk

@Meschac Gaba is a Beninese conceptual artist who lives and works in Cotonou. He studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy ...
21/11/2019

@Meschac Gaba is a Beninese conceptual artist who lives and works in Cotonou. He studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. In 1997, he launched the Museum of Contemporary African Art, a project that brought him international recognition. As part of the artist’s wig series ”Perruques D’Architecture” that he began in the early 2000s, the sculptures currently on show in the Kunstgewerbemuseum recreate well-known Berlin buildings - including the Czech Embassy, the Water Tower in Prenzlauer Berg, and of course the famous TV Tower. With playful clarity, the works navigate the space between tradition and globalisation, national and transnational identity, Berlin and Africa.

Check them out in the exhibition "Connecting Afro Futures. Fashion x Hair x Design" at Kunstgewerbemuseum before December 1st! #ConnectingAfroFutures

19/11/2019
Afro Hair District im Kunstgewerbemuseum: Rebel Roots

Afro-Hair und Unternehmertum - darüber sprechen Bonita aus Tansania und Angie aus Namibia, die beiden Gründerinnen von "Rebel Roots" auf unserem Blog. Was sie auf ihrer Haarreise erlebt haben und wie sie es schafften, ihre natürliche Haarprodukte auf den Markt zu bringen, die sie auch im Rahmen der Ausstellung “Connecting Afro Futures. Fashion x Hair x Design” im Kunstgewerbemuseum präsentieren, könnt ihr im Interview nachlesen. Eine wichtige Message der beiden: Seid stolz auf eure Haare! 👍

18. November 2019 von Redaktion 0 Afro Hair District im Kunstgewerbemuseum: Rebel Roots Haarpflege spielt für viele afrikanische Frauen eine große Rolle. Die beiden Unternehmerinnen Angie und Bonita bieten mit ihrer Marke “Rebel Roots” natürliche Haarprodukte und präsentieren sich auch im Ra...

Nabukenya Allen, aka Njola, is a Ugandan multimedia artist, founder of NJOLA Impressions and co-founder of Compose Colle...
15/11/2019

Nabukenya Allen, aka Njola, is a Ugandan multimedia artist, founder of NJOLA Impressions and co-founder of Compose Collection. She works with recycled industrial waste and has a community-based design practice. Njola’s design process starts with collecting old tires, plastic bags and discarded sandals in places where poor garbage disposal contributes to a toxic and sometimes dangerous living environment – mainly in the slums of Kampala. Using the skills she learned from her mother, who worked as a traditional weaver of palm mats, she finds beauty and potential in the undervalued and misunderstood, giving waste a new life by the method of upcycling. ♻️

Some of her creations are on show in the exhibition “Connecting Afro Futures. Fashion x Hair x Design” at Kunstgewerbemuseum - only until the 1st December!
#ConnectingAfroFutures #Upcycling
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Photos: Njola impressions and Fashion Africa Now

Fashion Weeks are platforms for exchanging knowledge and making connections. On the occasion of the exhibition Connectin...
11/11/2019
Afro Futures im Kunstgewerbemuseum: Highlights des Fashion Africa Modekalenders

Fashion Weeks are platforms for exchanging knowledge and making connections. On the occasion of the exhibition Connecting Afro Futures. Fashion x Hair x Design we would like to invite you in our new blog post on a little journey beyond the widely acclaimed "Big Four", i.e. the shows in Paris, Milan, London and New York, and illuminate some of the highlights of the African fashion calendar: 👉 https://bit.ly/32nWJ1N
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#ConnectingAfroFutures - The complex and versatile world of fashion design and hairstyling of African origin can be experienced until 1 December at the Museum of Decorative Arts.

1. November 2019 von Redaktion 0 Afro Futures im Kunstgewerbemuseum: Highlights des Fashion Africa Modekalenders Fashion Weeks sind wichtige Termine im Kalender für alle, die etwas mit Mode zu tun haben. In diesem Beitrag möchten wir auf eine kleine Reise jenseits der weit beachteten „Big Four.....

All (prospective) product and industrial designers* as well as friends* and sympathisers* of successful design please cl...
09/11/2019
German Design Graduates 2019

All (prospective) product and industrial designers* as well as friends* and sympathisers* of successful design please click here: -👉 👟 👉 In the course of the first edition of the "German Design Graduates" we will illustrate the attitude of new graduates* of German design universities until Sunday. On the basis of eight main topics, you will search here for creative answers concerning the different facets of our world. Further information on the exhibition and the award can be found under this link: https://bit.ly/2pLiZ8l 🙂

Das Kunstgewerbemuseum präsentiert die erste Ausgabe der German Design Graduates mit über 42 Positionen von 12 der besten deutschen Designhochschulen.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Sustainable fashion - and the associated discourse - are exactly your topics? 🔥 Then take a look...
07/11/2019

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Sustainable fashion - and the associated discourse - are exactly your topics? 🔥 Then take a look at our blog - the latest article about the London eco-fashion designer José Hendo is online! Here she not only talks about her current collection, which can currently be seen in the context of the exhibition "Connecting Afro Futures" in our arts and crafts museum, but also about the rediscovery of the centuries-old material bark cloth (Barkcloth), which is used in all of her collections. Click here for the blog: 👉 https://bit.ly/2qofpkK

“You should wear bright colors because you are dark,” were words some relatives and friends of the family would say. I w...
01/11/2019

“You should wear bright colors because you are dark,” were words some relatives and friends of the family would say. I was influenced to believe that because of my dark complexion it was a must to wear contrasting bright colours.” - Lamula Anderson, Creative Director of Lamula Nassuna.

For the exhibition "Connecting Afro Futures. Fashion x Hair x Design" Lamula has created a mixed media installation called “The Perfect Stereotype”. It is about opposing and challenging social rules that emerge from our own communities, but also the ones that we impose on ourselves. In this collection, the colour black can be read as a statement for self-expression and opposing the norm. The use of Afro hair is connected with the designers own Ugandan heritage, celebrating its historical value and starting a dialogue that normalizes Afro hair.

Catch the exhibition at the Kunstgewerbemuseum before it closes on 1st December.

#ConnectingAfroFutures #Stereotype #AfroHair #NaturalHair #AfricanFashion #BlackIsTheNewBlack

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Photos: ODH Photography

This fully panelled stately room was created around 1548 as part of the extension of Haldenstein Palace near Chur (Switz...
26/10/2019

This fully panelled stately room was created around 1548 as part of the extension of Haldenstein Palace near Chur (Switzerland). The wall design follows an architectonic structuring with pedestal, main floor and attic, finished at the top with a crowning frieze. The attic level displays different examples of ideal architecture of which one shows a view of Haldenstein Palace itself, including the newly finished extension.

You can visit this room in Schloss Köpenick.

Photos © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, KGM, Stephan Klonk (detail) and Hans-Joachim Bartsch

Last week, artists and academics from #NewYork, #Nairobi, #London, #Vienna, #Hamburg, #Berlin and beyond came together a...
25/10/2019

Last week, artists and academics from #NewYork, #Nairobi, #London, #Vienna, #Hamburg, #Berlin and beyond came together at the Kunstgewerbemuseum. The conference "Re-Coding African Fashion and Hairstyles" was an invitation to critically examine the discourses on African fashion and hairstyles, from conversations around Natural Hair to the connection between African hairstyles and surveillance technology. The audience were treated to screenings, talks and performances and engaged in lively discussions with the invited speakers.

Many thanks to Mwangi Hutter, Carol Tulloch - Chelsea College of Arts, Elke Gaugele - Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Noliwe Rooks - Cornell University, Tamar Clarke-Brown, Isaac Kariuki, Maseho Art & Saliou Cissokho!

Photos: fluctuating images & Kunstgewerbemuseum

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Das Kunstgewerbemuseum ist das älteste seiner Art in Deutschland. Es beherbergt weltberühmte Zeugnisse des europäischen Kunsthandwerks und Designs, darunter prunkvolle Reliquiare aus Gold und Edelstein, kostbare Vasen aus Glas oder Porzellan, fein bestickte Kleider, detailreich intarsierte Möbel bis hin zu Klassikern modernen Industriedesigns. Die Dauer- und Sonderausstellungen des Kunstgewerbemuseums können an zwei Orten in Berlin bewundert werden: am Kulturforum nahe dem Potsdamer Platz und im malerisch auf einer Halbinsel in der Dahme gelegenen Schloss Köpenick, wo Meisterwerke der Raumkunst vom 16. bis zum 18. Jahrhundert gezeigt werden.

Das Haus am Kulturforum entstand bis 1985 nach den Entwürfen von Rolf Gutbrod, einem der führenden deutschen Architekten der 1960er-Jahre. Kennzeichnend für seine Architektur ist die Sichtbarkeit konstruktiver Elemente. Das Museum ist als "gebaute Landschaft" gedacht und nimmt mit seiner Begrünung Bezug auf den benachbarten Tiergarten. Während das Gebäude nach außen geschlossen wirkt, empfängt es den Eintretenden mit einem offenen Treppenhaus und großzügigen Ausstellungsräumen. Die Besucher sind eingeladen, sich ganz den Prunkstücken der Sammlung zu widmen und von einer Ebene zur anderen zu wandeln.

Von 2012 bis 2014 wurde der Gutbrot-Bau vom Architekturbüro Kuehn Malvezzi in weiten Teilen umgestaltet. Seit der Wiedereröffnung am 22. November 2014 bietet das Kunstgewerbemuseum am Kulturforum erneut einen systematischen Überblick über die Meisterleistungen europäischer Entwurfs- und Objektkunst vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart. Neu eingerichtet wurden eine umfangreiche Modegalerie sowie die Abteilungen Design und Jugendstil bis Art déco. Mehr.

Hier geht’s zur Webseite: https://www.smb.museum/museen-und-einrichtungen/kunstgewerbemuseum/home.html

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The Kunstgewerbemuseum (Museum of Decorative Arts) is the oldest of its kind in Germany. It houses world-famous examples of European arts and crafts, including magnificent reliquaries made of gold and precious gemstones, exquisite vases of glass and porcelain, finely embroidered textiles, ornate inlaid furniture, and classic examples of modern industrial design. The permanent and special exhibitions hosted by the Kunstgewerbemuseum can be seen at two locations in Berlin: at the Kulturforum near Potsdamer Platz and in the picturesque setting of Schloss Köpenick on an island on the river Dahme. The Schloss Köpenick site features masterpieces of interior design from the 16th to 18th centuries.

The museum at the Kulturforum was completed in 1985 to designs by Rolf Gutbrod, one of the leading German architects in the 1960s. Gutbrod’s trademark is that he allowed structural elements of his buildings to remain clearly visible. The museum is conceived as a ‘constructed landscape’ and the trees dotted around the side make reference to the adjacent Tiergarten park. While the building has a closed appearance from the outside, it welcomes visitors on the inside with an open stairwell and generous exhibition spaces. Visitors are encouraged to focus completely on the remarkable exhibits in the collection and to wander from one level to the next.

From 2012 to 2014, large parts of the original Gutbrot building were modernized by the architectural practice of Kuehn Malvezzi. Since reopening on 22 November 2014, the Kunstgewerbemuseum’s main site at the Kulturforum now again provides a systematic overview of the key achievements in European design, from the Middle Ages to the present day. New features in the collection display include an extensive Fashion Gallery as well as the departments of Design and Jugendstil to Art Déco. More.

Check out our website: https://www.smb.museum/en/museums-institutions/kunstgewerbemuseum/home.html

Foto: The Kunstgewerbemuseum at the Kulturforum © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Foto: Achim Kleuker

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