Kulturforum

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collection of cultural buildings in Berlin, Germany

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Geographical coordinates: 52.5083 13.3678

Wikipedia

English Kulturforum

The Kulturforum is a collection of cultural buildings in Berlin, Germany. It was built up in the 1950s and 1960s at the edge of West Berlin, after most of the once unified city's cultural assets had been lost behind the Berlin Wall. The Kulturforum is characterized by its innovative modernist architecture; several buildings are distinguished by the organic designs of Hans Scharoun, and the Neue Nationalgalerie was designed by Mies van der Rohe. Today, the Kulturforum lies immediately to the west of the redeveloped commercial node of Potsdamer Platz.

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German Kulturforum Berlin

Das Kulturforum in Berlin ist ein städtebauliches Areal zwischen Landwehrkanal, Großem Tiergarten und Potsdamer Platz im Ortsteil Tiergarten des Bezirks Mitte, das Museen, Bibliotheken und Musiksäle umfasst.

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Polish Kulturforum

Kulturforum – nowoczesne założenie urbanistyczno-architektoniczne w centrum Berlina, powstałe w latach 50. i 60. XX wieku. Znajduje się na terenie dzielnicy Tiergarten, w pobliżu Mitte. Przez Kulturforum i pobliski plac Poczdamski przebiega Bundesstraße 1. Kulturforum to przede wszystkim wielki ośrodek kultury i sztuki, znajdują się tu liczne muzea, filharmonia, biblioteki i inne instytucje o charakterze kulturalno-naukowym.

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Russian Культурфорум

Культурфорум (нем. Kulturforum) — культурный центр в берлинском районе Тиргартен между Потсдамской площадью и Ландвер-каналом.

В Культурфоруме размещаются:

Новая национальная галерея

Берлинская картинная галерея

Гравюрный кабинет

Музей прикладного искусства

Музей музыкальных инструментов

Библиотека искусств

Берлинская филармония

Зал камерной музыки

Государственная библиотека

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Spanish Kulturforum

El Kulturforum es un conjunto de edificios culturales en Berlín, Alemania.

Tras la Segunda Guerra Mundial y la posterior división de la ciudad la mayoría de colecciones de museos se encontraban en el Berlín Este, por lo que se elaboró un plan para crear una nueva área cultural en el Berlín Occidental, cerca de Potsdamer Platz.

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French Kulturforum

Le Kulturforum est un ensemble d'édifices culturels situé à Berlin-Tiergarten, en Allemagne. Il a été construit dans les années 1950 et 60 à la limite du Mur, pour remplacer les bâtiments dont ce dernier privait Berlin-Ouest. Le forum culturel se caractérise par son architecture moderne novatrice, plusieurs édifices se distinguent par les dessins organiques de Hans Scharoun ou la Neue Nationalgalerie conçue par Mies van der Rohe.

Dans la continuité de l'idée de Scharoun, Rolf Gutbrod (de) est chargé, en 1968, de la construction de plusieurs bâtiments prévus pour accueillir des musées sur le Kulturforum. Il érige le musée des Arts décoratifs (Kunstgewerbemuseum, à droite de l'entrée du complexe muséal) qui fait l'objet de très vives critiques en raison de ses proportions massives et de l'organisation peu fluide de ses espaces intérieurs. En 1988, les architectes Hilmer et Sattler poursuivent la construction du Kulturforum. Ils cherchent à intégrer en un ensemble harmonieux les édifices existants tout en concevant un nouveau musée, la galerie de Peinture (Gemäldegalerie), qui est achevée en 1998. Outre ces deux musées, le complexe muséal du Kulturforum héberge à présent aussi la bibliothèque d'Art (Kunstbibliothek) et le Cabinet des estampes (Kupferstichkabinett).

Le Kulturforum fut conçu de manière à devenir le centre culturel de Berlin-Ouest, constituant ainsi un pendant à l'île aux Musées, qui se trouve dans Berlin-Est. Non loin à l'ouest de l'immense Potsdamer Platz, il est aujourd'hui situé au cœur de la capitale réunifiée.

Parmi les institutions culturelles logés dans et autour du Kulturforum on trouve:

La nouvelle galerie nationale

La galerie de peintures

Musée des arts décoratifs

Musée des instruments de musique

Musée des Arts graphiques

La Bibliothèque d'Art

Philharmonie de Berlin

Salle de musique de chambre

Bibliothèque d'État de Berlin

Institut Ibéro-américain

L'Église Saint-Matthieu

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Italian Kulturforum

Il Kulturforum (letteralmente: «foro della cultura») è un complesso di edifici culturali di Berlino, sito nel quartiere del Tiergarten.

Fu realizzato a partire dagli anni cinquanta del XX secolo, allo scopo di creare un centro culturale per l'allora Berlino Ovest, analogamente alla Museumsinsel per Berlino Est.

Vi sorgono i seguenti edifici:

Neue Nationalgalerie

Gemäldegalerie

Kupferstichkabinett

Kunstgewerbemuseum

Musikinstrumenten-Museum

Philharmonie

Kammermusiksaal

Staatsbibliothek

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Wikivoyage

English Kulturforum

A collection of most important and architecturally impressive cultural institutions, including many museums and galleries, that was built in West Berlin next to the wall separating it from the Berlin historic centre, which remained in the East along with the original cultural institutions of Berlin.

Address Matthäikirchplatz

Places located in Kulturforum

Berlin State Library

The Berlin State Library (German: Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin; officially abbreviated as SBB, colloquially Stabi) is a universal library in Berlin, Germany and a property of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation. It is one of the largest libraries in Europe, and one of the most important academic research libraries in the German-speaking world. It collects texts, media and cultural works from all fields in all languages, from all time periods and all countries of the world, which are of interest for academic and research purposes. Some famous items in its collection include the oldest biblical illustrations in the fifth-century Quedlinburg Itala fragment, a Gutenberg Bible, the main autograph collection of Goethe, the world's largest collection of Johann Sebastian Bach's and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's manuscripts, and the original score of Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 9.

Berliner Philharmonie

The Berliner Philharmonie (German: [bɛʁˌliːnɐ fɪlhaʁmoˈniː] (listen)) is a concert hall in Berlin, Germany, and home to the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.

The Philharmonie lies on the south edge of the city's Tiergarten and just west of the former Berlin Wall. The Philharmonie is on Herbert-von-Karajan-Straße, named for the orchestra's longest-serving principal conductor. The building forms part of the Kulturforum complex of cultural institutions close to Potsdamer Platz.

The Philharmonie consists of two venues, the Grand Hall (Großer Saal) with 2,440 seats and the Chamber Music Hall (Kammermusiksaal) with 1,180 seats. Though conceived together, the smaller hall was opened in the 1980s, some twenty years after the main building.

Gemäldegalerie

The Gemäldegalerie (German pronunciation: [ɡəˈmɛːldəɡaləˌʁiː], Painting Gallery) is an art museum in Berlin, Germany, and the museum where the main selection of paintings belonging to the Berlin State Museums (Staatliche Museen zu Berlin) is displayed. It holds one of the world's leading collections of European paintings from the 13th to the 18th centuries. Its collection includes masterpieces from such artists as Albrecht Dürer, Lucas Cranach, Hans Holbein, Rogier van der Weyden, Jan van Eyck, Raphael, Botticelli, Titian, Caravaggio, Giambattista Pittoni, Peter Paul Rubens, David Teniers the Younger, Rembrandt, Johannes Vermeer, and Antonio Viviani. It was first opened in 1830, and the current building was completed in 1998. It is located in the Kulturforum museum district west of Potsdamer Platz.

Berlin Musical Instrument Museum

The Berlin Musical Instrument Museum (German: Musikinstrumenten-Museum Berlin) is located at the Kulturforum on Tiergartenstraße in Berlin, Germany. The Museum holds over 3,500 musical instruments from the 16th century onward and is one of the largest and most representative musical instrument collections in Germany. Objects include a portable harpsichord once owned by Prussia’s Queen Sophie Charlotte, flutes from the collection of Frederick the Great, and Benjamin Franklin’s glass harmonica.

Neue Nationalgalerie

The Neue Nationalgalerie (New National Gallery) at the Kulturforum is a museum for modern art in Berlin, with its main focus on the early 20th century. It is part of the National Gallery of the Berlin State Museums. The museum building and its sculpture gardens were designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and opened in 1968.The gallery closed in 2015, for "several years" of renovation.

Kunstgewerbemuseum Berlin

The Kunstgewerbemuseum, or Museum of Decorative Arts, is an internationally important museum of the decorative arts in Berlin, Germany, part of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin (Berlin State Museums). The collection is split between the Kunstgewerbemuseum building at the Kulturforum (52.5097°N 13.3674°E / 52.5097; 13.3674 (Kunstgewerbemuseum, Kulturforum)) and Köpenick Palace (52.4439°N 13.5728°E / 52.4439; 13.5728 (Kunstgewerbemuseum, Schloss Köpenick)).

Kupferstichkabinett Berlin

The Kupferstichkabinett, or Museum of Prints and Drawings, is a prints museum in Berlin, Germany. It is part of the Berlin State Museums, and is located in the Kulturforum on Potsdamer Platz. It is the largest museum of graphic art in Germany, with more than 500,000 prints and around 110,000 individual works on paper (drawings, pastels, watercolours, oil sketches).

State Institute for Music Research

The State Institute for Music Research (German: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung or SIMPK) is a musicological research facility in Berlin, Germany for the study of Musical Instruments, Music History, Music Theory and Music technology. It is an agency of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation and operates the Berlin Musical Instrument Museum.

Memorial and Information Point for the Victims of National Socialist Euthanasia Killings

The Memorial and Information Point for the Victims of National Socialist Euthanasia Killings (German: Gedenk- und Informationsort für die Opfer der nationalsozialistischen "Euthanasie"-Morde) is a memorial to the people euthanized by the National Socialist Government, located in Berlin, Germany. From 1940 to 1941 over 70,000 people were murdered under the Action T4 plan (Seemann, Uwe). After the Third Reich ended the program, the killings continued in Nazi occupied institutions and care facilities until the end of World War II in 1945. This amounted to a death toll of approximately 300,000.

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