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Museum Barberini © Helge Mundt
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Temporary closure

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Museum Barberini © David von Becker
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Barberini Digital

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Photo: David von Becker, © Museum Barberini
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Monet: Places

February 22 – June 1, 2020

Exhibition

Monet: Places

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John Lund: Jasper Johns at Atelier, Photograph
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Jasper Johns: The 100 Monotypes

February 29 – June 1, 2020

Exhibition

Jasper Johns: The 100 Monotypes

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© Museum Barberini Photo: Lukas Spörl
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Museum Barberini closed until further notice

In response to the decree issued by the state capital Potsdam regarding the Coronavirus (Covid-19), the Museum Barberini is closed until further notice. In an effort to contain the spread of the virus and protect the safety of our visitors and staff the museum had already voluntarily closed its doors from Thursday, March 12, 2020. Ticket sales are also suspended for the time being.

Reimbursement

Tickets purchased for exhibition visits and events at the Museum Barberini that cannot be used due to closure will be refunded.
Online tickets: Online tickets will be automatically refunded in the coming weeks. We ask for your patience here since the processing will take place gradually, but you may be sure that all tickets will be refunded. If you paid for your ticket via Paypal or credit card, please be sure to wait for our refund here as well and do not arrange the refund yourself, this will lead to an enormous accounting effort.
Tickets from the ticket desk: Please send the following form along with your ticket to the museum.

Prolog: website on the exhibition

Our Barberini Prolog mini-site offers a digital journey through the exhibition Monet: Places, introducing its narrative threads, themes and works on show.

Prolog

Museum Barberini © David von Becker

Museum Barberini © David von Becker

Museum Barberini © David von Becker

Museum Barberini © David von Becker

Museum Barberini © David von Becker

Museum Barberini © David von Becker

Museum Barberini © David von Becker

Museum Barberini © David von Becker

Our Barberini Prolog mini-site offers a digital journey through the exhibition Monet: Places, introducing its narrative threads, themes and works on show.

Museum Barberini © David von Becker

Museum Barberini © David von Becker

Museum Barberini © David von Becker

Museum Barberini © David von Becker

Museum Barberini © David von Becker

Museum Barberini © David von Becker

Museum Barberini © David von Becker

Museum Barberini © David von Becker

Prolog

Exhibition Walkthrough