Exhibitions in 2014

Stéphane Passet, Mongolia, near Ulaanbaatar, probably Damdinbazar, the eighth incarnation of the Mongolian Jalkhanz Kuthugtu, 17 July 1913 – © Albert Kahn, Les Archives de la planete

The World c. 1914. Colour photography before the Great War

This exhibition is devoted to the hitherto almost forgotten colour photographs and films which were made before the First World War, having been commissioned by the French banker Albert Kahn.

Inspired by the colour photography of the Lumière brothers, he issued these commissions – at a time when the nations of Europe were already arming for the Great War – to photographers of both sexes, in order to build up the Archives de la planète with colour photos from all over the world. In this picture archive over 70,000 colour shots have been preserved.

Martin-Gropius-Bau from 1st August to 2nd November 2014

Berlin Art Week

Berlin's arts businesses are once again coordinating Berlin Art Week. The newly launched Berlin Art Week unites significant art fairs and institutions, creating synergies among key players in fairs, exhibitions and discussions.

Miscellaneous venues from 16th to 21st September