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With the exhibition "Citizenships. France, Poland, Germany since 1789," the German Historical Museum illuminates the changing meaning and mobilizing power of citizenship from the "long" 19th century to the present. As part of this exhibition, an open art event with artist Caspar Pauli will take place in the foyer of the Pei Building on Museum Sunday, December 4.

Deutsches Historisches Museum & Schlossbrücke
Deutsches Historisches Museum & Schlossbrücke visitberlin, Foto Wolfgang Scholvien

"Passport partout (not)" invites visitors of all ages to engage with the themes addressed and objects on display there following their visit to the exhibition: What does citizenship mean today? What role does citizenship play with regard to migration and women's rights? How is belonging to a state, a religion, a family expressed? What are the rights and duties of an ideal citizenship?

Visitors can write down their impressions of the exhibition visit - comments and sketches - on paper and then take their "works" home with them or attach them to the glass balustrade in the Pei Building.

Over the course of the two days, a growing collage will emerge from the diverse representations, which can be viewed like an exhibition book on display and invites other visitors to join in, linger and discuss.

No registration is necessary to participate in the art action.

If you have any questions, please contact the visitor service:

Tel +49 30 20304-750/-751

Monday to Friday 9 am - 4 pm
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Registration/Booking: No registration is required to participate in the art event.
Deutsches Historisches Museum