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HE, MENZEL

Adolph Menzel "Am Kreuzberg bei Berlin", 1847, Öl auf Leinwand © Stadtmuseum Berlin  Foto: Oliver Ziebe

Adolph Menzel “Am Kreuzberg bei Berlin”, 1847, Öl auf Leinwand © Stadtmuseum Berlin Foto: Oliver Ziebe

The exhibition at Berlin´s Märkiches Museum in Mitte, “Ich, Menzel” – commemorating the life and artistic output of the “Little Giant” of the city´s art (Menzel was only 138 cm) – is slowly coming to an end.
 
If you have not visited it yet but would like to know the man who portrayed Berlin at one of the chief turning points in its history, at the time when from a small, almost provincial town it burst into a almost 2-million metropolis, you still have 17 days to do so.
 
The exhibition is open daily from Tuesday till Sunday, from 10AM until 6 PM and its closes on March 28th. Further details on Stadtmuseum´s own web page here.

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