Guided tour with Dr. Martina Weinland (Stadtmuseum Berlin)
With her paintings of the 1920s, Jeanne Mammen is one of the most famous Berlin painters and graphic artists. During the Nazi regime and in the post-war period, the uncompromising artist took new paths, but she remained true to herself. When in 1920 her first commissions secured Jeanne and her sister Mimi a small income as commercial artists, they were able to rent the 55 square meter studio at Kurfürstendamm 29. This will remain the home of the exceptional artist Jeanne Mammen until her death in 1976.
In her studio you can approach the artist and experience how she asserted herself in the 1920s, during the Nazi era, during the Berlin Blockade and in the divided city. It is run by Dr. Martina Weinland, commissioner of the Berlin City Museum for Cultural Heritage.
- Address: Kurfürstendamm 29, 10719 Berlin
- limited participation (max. 6 persons)
- Duration: approx. 45 minutes
- Language: German
Meeting point: Kurfürstendamm 29, 10719 Berlin | in front of the house
Price info: Payment on the spot