Berlin museum restitutes—and then buys back—Nazi-looted Pissarro painting
The work was bought by Armand Dorville, a Jewish lawyer, but his heirs were forced to sell it at an auction in France
From art that's barely there to Alicja Kwade’s heart: what to see at Berlin Art Week
The German capital is awash with exhibitions, performances and events after a quieter edition last year
Klaus Biesenbach named director of Berlin’s Neue Nationalgalerie
Hamburger Bahnhof contemporary museum is to be led by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath
The Big Review: Terrible Beauty: Elephant—Human—Ivory at Humboldt Forum
The first exhibition at the controversial new museum complex in Berlin unflinchingly confronts a controversial subject
Kanye West spotted on a secretive art tour in Berlin—but what works caught his eye?
Mies van der Rohe's landmark Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin ready for reopening after 'surgery' by David Chipperfield
Architect's Modernist masterpiece was “incredibly badly built” and took six years and €140m to restore to its former glory
Humboldt Forum opens in Berlin—finally for real
After almost two years of delays, the ambitious museum complex launches its first in-person exhibitions
The best art day trips you can take from Berlin, London and New York
Berlin museums board agrees to relinquish Benin bronzes 'regardless of how they were acquired'
The Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation aims for the first restitutions to Nigeria next year, requests “detailed timetable” for negotiations
German parliament’s “emergency brake” closes Kusama show, threatens Gallery Weekend
Measures to counter the third wave of the pandemic force museums in high-incidence areas to close
Humboldt Forum to show Britain’s 1897 violence and plunder in Benin exhibition next year
The exhibition will include around half of Berlin’s collection of Benin bronzes as Germany lays groundwork to return them to Nigeria
Gerhard Richter to loan Holocaust works—that he vowed never to sell—to new Berlin museum
Loan of over 100 works to future museum of Modern art encompasses Richter’s Birkenau series, the fruit of a decades-long quest for an artistic response to the Holocaust
Berlin dealer Johann König opens new space in Seoul
Opening next month, the new space will include a sculpture garden on a roof terrace
Photographs taken by Nazi camp prisoners remind us of the horrors of the Holocaust in new documentary at Berlin Film Festival
The virtual programme also included features on Tsarist Russian fashion and robot love in the Pergamon Museum
Will this notorious Nazi 'love nest' turn into an artists' utopia?
Proposed plans aim to convert Joseph Goebbels' summer retreat into artists studios, communal living spaces and a museum of tolerance
Berlin’s residents rally to save city’s Brutalist building that was once a laboratory for animal experiments
Thousands signed petition to protect bleak concrete structure—nicknamed the Mouse Bunker—from demolition
'Humboldt Forum must have a clear policy that only objects of proper provenance can be used'
The question of restitution as well as a new order of north-south relations should be top of the agenda, says George Abungu an international adviser to the project
What exactly is the Humboldt Forum?
From the building, to the name and the cost, we bring you the Berlin art complex in a nutshell
Humboldt Forum: the empire strikes back?
The imperial origins and plundered artefacts of the Berlin art complex seem out of place in today’s Germany
Smithsonian and Berlin museums join forces to investigate Asian art provenance
The programme includes webinars examining dealers and collectors
Popular apocalyptic beach performance from 2019's Venice Biennale will pop up in Berlin Bauhaus swimming pool
Sun & Sea (Marina) won the Golden Lion for Lithuania
Berlin’s Neue Nationalgalerie to open after six-year renovation with Calder exhibition
Mies van der Rohe’s steel-and-glass building is undergoing modernisation by David Chipperfield, including new air-conditioning, security, lighting and visitor facilities
Attacker sprays oil in Berlin museums, damaging sarcophagi, sculptures and frames
Sixty-three objects were sprayed with an oily liquid on 3 October at the Pergamon, Neues Museum and Alte Nationalgalerie
European academies issue joint manifesto to protect freedom of arts
Signatories of the “Berlin Manifesto” include the Académie française and Arts Council England. It has been endorsed by Wim Wenders, Ken Loach and A. L. Kennedy among others
Berlin’s Humboldt Forum to open in phases beginning in December
Plans include a show about ivory and a “critical approach” to colonial legacies
Cameroonian curator Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung awarded Berlin's highest state award
Ndikung, who founded Berlin art space SAVVY Contemporary, dedicated The Order of Merit of Berlin award to the "displaced people of Anglophone Cameroon"
Three exhibitions to see in Berlin this weekend
From Olafur Eliasson's perception-altering lights to Émilie Pitoiset's surveillance capitalism dance marathon
Sculpture by Arno Breker—one of Hitler’s favourite artists—found buried in Berlin museum garden
Missing for 75 years, the large marble head, one of the artist's best-known works, was uncovered by chance during construction work at Kunsthaus Dahlem
Meet the man overhauling Berlin's 'dysfunctional' museums in wake of bombshell report
Head of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation, Hermann Parzinger, responds to an expert panel’s call to dismantle Germany’s biggest arts body
Erich Marx, Berlin collector and patron, dies age 99
His collection of works by Warhol, Twombly, Beuys and Kiefer is on long-term loan to the Berlin museums