Barberini Digital

An overview of the online resorces and digital offers of the Museum Barberini:

Barberini Live Tour

You cannot come to Potsdam but you don't want to miss the exhibition Monet: Places? With the Barberini Live Tour you can go on a virtual visit led by an experienced guide of the museum.have to miss the exhibition Monet: Places. With the Barberini Live Tour you can go on a virtual visit led by an experienced guide of the museum.

Live Tour

You cannot come to Potsdam but you don't want to miss the exhibition Monet: Places? With the Barberini Live Tour you can go on a virtual visit led by an experienced guide of the museum.have to miss the exhibition Monet: Places. With the Barberini Live Tour you can go on a virtual visit led by an experienced guide of the museum.

Live Tour

Yoga and meditation with Monet

For early risers and art-loving yogis: Actually the "Quiet Morning" should have taken place in the galleries. Due to the current closure of the museum we have recorded the yoga class for you to join in at home.

For early risers and art-loving yogis: Actually the "Quiet Morning" should have taken place in the galleries. Due to the current closure of the museum we have recorded the yoga class for you to join in at home.

The Color of Sound: Inspired by Nature

In this concert – this time recorded and not live –, works for string quartets by French composers who were Monet’s contemporaries, like Ernest Chausson and Charles Gounod, enter into an exciting dialogue with the pictures in the exhibition. With Dr. Clemens Goldberg, author and critic, rbb Kulturradio, Dr. Ortrud Westheider, Director, Museum Barberini and members of the Kammerakademie Potsdam.

In this concert – this time recorded and not live –, works for string quartets by French composers who were Monet’s contemporaries, like Ernest Chausson and Charles Gounod, enter into an exciting dialogue with the pictures in the exhibition. With Dr. Clemens Goldberg, author and critic, rbb Kulturradio, Dr. Ortrud Westheider, Director, Museum Barberini and members of the Kammerakademie Potsdam.

Barberini Prolog

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

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

Prolog

A Virtual Tour through the Monet Exhibition

Take a 360-degree tour through the exhibition Monet: Places at the Museum Barberini. Discover the places where Monet created his paintings—from Paris and the Seine villages of Argenteuil, Vétheuil, and Giverny to foreign destinations like London or Venice. You can navigate between galleries and use the zoom function to explore details of each painting. Enjoy the journey!

360° Walkthrough

Take a 360-degree tour through the exhibition Monet: Places at the Museum Barberini. Discover the places where Monet created his paintings—from Paris and the Seine villages of Argenteuil, Vétheuil, and Giverny to foreign destinations like London or Venice. You can navigate between galleries and use the zoom function to explore details of each painting. Enjoy the journey!

360° Walkthrough

Close ups on the exhibition

Close ups on the exhibition with Ortrud Westheider Museum Barberini director, and Christoph Heinrich, Denver Art Museum director

Close ups on the exhibition with Ortrud Westheider Museum Barberini director, and Christoph Heinrich, Denver Art Museum director

Exhibition Walkthrough

A walkthrough with Daniel Zamani, curator of the exhibition Monet: Places, and Andrea Schmidt, art educator, Museum Barberini

A walkthrough with Daniel Zamani, curator of the exhibition Monet: Places, and Andrea Schmidt, art educator, Museum Barberini

Interviews

The video shows contributions by some of the leading scholars on Impressionist painting, amongst them Angelica Daneo (Denver Art Museum), Christoph Heinrich (Denver Art Museum), Marianne Mathieu (Musée Marmottan Monet), James Rubin (Stony Brook University, New York), George Shackelford (Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth), Richard Thomson (University of Edinburgh), Paul Tucker (University of Massachusetts, Boston), Ortrud Westheider and Daniel Zamani (Museum Barberini).

The video shows contributions by some of the leading scholars on Impressionist painting, amongst them Angelica Daneo (Denver Art Museum), Christoph Heinrich (Denver Art Museum), Marianne Mathieu (Musée Marmottan Monet), James Rubin (Stony Brook University, New York), George Shackelford (Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth), Richard Thomson (University of Edinburgh), Paul Tucker (University of Massachusetts, Boston), Ortrud Westheider and Daniel Zamani (Museum Barberini).

Barberini Kids Guides

The Barberini Kids present their favourite artworks in the exhibition Monet: Places. What fascinated the French artist about the famous grainstacks? How did he depict the London fog or the clouds on the coasts of northern France on his canvases? And what was actually so special about Monet's art? Kira, Sophie, Nicola, Eva and Tom explain this and much more. Have fun!

The Barberini Kids present their favourite artworks in the exhibition Monet: Places. What fascinated the French artist about the famous grainstacks? How did he depict the London fog or the clouds on the coasts of northern France on his canvases? And what was actually so special about Monet's art? Kira, Sophie, Nicola, Eva and Tom explain this and much more. Have fun!

Der rbb macht Museum
Walkthrough with rbbKultur

rbbKultur brings museums with their world-famous exhibitions to your home, including the Monet exhibition at the Museum Barberini. A walkthrough with exhibition curator Daniel Zamani and rbbKultur journalist Julia Riedhammer.

rbbKultur brings museums with their world-famous exhibitions to your home, including the Monet exhibition at the Museum Barberini. A walkthrough with exhibition curator Daniel Zamani and rbbKultur journalist Julia Riedhammer.

Virtual Tours

Discover our virtual tours – experience Monet's famous water garden through VR glasses or join Ortrud Westheider, the director of the Museum Barberini, and rbb Fernsehen on a 360-degree tour of the exhibition.

To enjoy a virtual stroll through the garden, click on the video and put the cardboard glasses on.

Discover our virtual tours – experience Monet's famous water garden through VR glasses or join Ortrud Westheider, the director of the Museum Barberini, and rbb Fernsehen on a 360-degree tour of the exhibition.

To enjoy a virtual stroll through the garden, click on the video and put the cardboard glasses on.

The Barberini App

Our Barberini App offers video tours through the exhibition Monet: Places with the curators, audio tours for adults and children, including views and photographs of the places where Monet's paintings were created, video interviews with leading international Monet scholars, and a 360° tour of Monet's famous garden in Giverny.

Free download from App Store and Google Play.