PalaisPopulaire, shop and LePopulaire are open again! We are looking forward to your visit and kindly ask you to read the current regulations and book your time slot ticket before your visit. The guided tours and events will follow to take place digitally, follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube for details.
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Workshop. Dialog. Music
Members of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Are Guests at the PalaisPopulaire
May 27, 2021, 7 pm

In a chamber music series at the PalaisPopulaire, members of the Berliner Philharmoniker introduce themselves and their instruments and talk in a relaxed atmosphere about the works presented, interpretation questions, the working methods of a chamber music ensemble, and much more. In this way, the natural distance between artist and audience in a normal concert is removed and the evening becomes a place of encounter. On the evening of  May 27, fin de siècle is the theme. Christoph Streuli, violin, and David Riniker, violoncello, will perform.

Be there! You can also follow this event live on our website and YouTube or watch it at a later time. 

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Deutsche Bank Collection LIVE - Meet the Artist
Adriana Czernin
June 9, 2021, 6 pm

Adriana Czernins has lived and worked in Vienna, the capital of fin de siècle and opulent Art Nouveau ornamentation, for decades. Thus, Czernin’s early works of nude female bodies, floral patterns, and intricate ornamentation are akin to journeys into the depths of Austrian modernism. However, Czernin has long since reduced and geometrized her formal language. In the process, she drew inspiration for an entire series from a work in Vienna’s Museum of Applied Arts: a tableau of wooden ornaments from the pulpit of Cairo’s Ibn Tulun Mosque from 1296. Whereas previously the female body was enmeshed in ornament, in Czernin’s work the ornament is a metaphor for social and personal entanglements. The artist breaks with the strict symmetry of the over 700-year-old work. She removed ornamental elements, creating a dynamic composition of seemingly free forms that spread out across the pictorial space. Friedhelm Hütte, the curator of the exhibition, talks with Adriana Czernin about patterns and ornaments, composition and formal language, and much more.


This event will take place online. If you are interested, you can register for the Zoom Webinar here. If you do not wish to participate in the discussion directly, you can watch the event live on our website or Facebook, or view it at a later time.

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Literature+
Vacation Reading
June 24, 2021, 7 pm

Forgetting about time, not having any obligations, whiling away the hours. Uslar and Rai introduce you to the most beautiful, idle, and blissful vacation reading.

You can watch this event live on our website or view it at a later time.

In cooperation with the Berlin bookstore Uslar & Rai

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Literature+
StiftungBuchkunst@PalaisPopulaire – Terrace Conversations
June 27 July 25, August 29, 2021, 3 pm

Free of charge and open air

Design, conception, and workmanship play a decisive role when the Stiftung Buchkunst (Book Art Foundation) awards annual prizes to bibliophile new publications. In three “Terrace Conversations,” held on the last Sunday of June, July, and August, respectively, the importance and impact of book design will be explained. Author Daniel Boente will read from one of the award-winning fictional works. Additionally, ShopPopulaire will present a selection of the “Most Beautiful German Books.”

Photo: © SCHMOTT für Stiftung Buchkunst

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Dr. Jenny Graser on Marc Brandenburg
July 15, 2021, 6 pm

Dr. Jenny Graser, Curator for Contemporary Art at the Kupferstichkabinett der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin will put Marc Brandenburg’s work in an art-historical context and provide insights into his prints.

This event will take place online. If you are interested, you can register for the Zoom webinar here. If you do not wish to participate in the discussion directly, you can also watch the event live on our website or on Facebook or view it at a later time.

Photo:  Studioline, Berlin