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Through search tasks and drawing exercises, the exhibition "Magyar Modern. Hungarian Art in Berlin 1910-1933" is explored in a playful way. During the tour, everyone experiments with shapes and colours, practices pronouncing Hungarian first names and looks for the red man with a hammer.

Lajos Tihanyi, Großes Interieur mit Selbstbildnis – Mann am Fenster, Detail, 1922
Lajos Tihanyi, Großes Interieur mit Selbstbildnis – Mann am Fenster, Detail, 1922 © Museum der Bildenden Künste, Budapest, 2021

For families with children from 7 years (younger siblings may be brought along).

Included in museum admission, free admission on 5.2 (Museum Sunday).
Registration until 3 days before the event via Jugend im Museum e.V.

(Program in German)

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Price info: Participation in the tour is included in the museum admission.

Booking: Included in museum admission, free admission on 5.2. (Museum Sunday)Registration until 3 days before the date via Jugend im Museum e.V.

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The Berlinische Galerie was evaluated in 2019 by "Travelling for All" and awarded the certificate "Accessibility Tested".
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