“the city of tomorrow“

An Archaeological Approach to Hansaviertel Berlin

Exhibition and program: 16. Mai – 15. Juli 2007
A project by Annette Maechtel and Kathrin Peters
in collaboration with Christine Heidemann

While the Hansa district today stands as an architectural monument near Berlin Tiergarten, at the time of Interbau 57, it was a model for that which “the city of tomorrow“ could be, or should have been. On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Hansaviertel and Interbau 1957, artists were invited to engage with the various levels of this cityscape, its past and its present.


The works produced will be shown in an exhibition and accompanying program at the Academy of Arts, Hanseatenweg in Berlin. A book will be published in Autumn 2007.

In co-operation with the Academy of Arts

(Fine Arts and Architecture departments)

 

The project is financed by the Haupstadtkultur fonds


Visitor services in cooperation with Arthur Berlin

 

Public guided tours (90 min. in German)

Saturdays 4 pm Academy of Arts and Hansa district

For the public guided tours you don’t need to register in advance, just get your ticket at the counter.

Admission including public guided tour Euro 7,00 / 4 reduced

 

 

Group guided tours

We offer group guided tours during the regular opening hours of the exhibition.

In order to realize your prefered date advance booking is recommended.

Groups should not consist of more than 15 persons (max. 20 persons).

 

90 min. in German and English

90 Euro regular and 70 Euro reduced / plus reduced admission

 

60 min. in German and English

70 Euro regular und 50 Euro reduced / plus reduced admission

 

Schools and Universities get free admission if they register in advance.

 

Groups of more than 10 persons should always contact us in advance under: arthur@diestadtvonmorgen.de

 

Groups with individual guides/Licence fee (max. 20 pers. incl. guide)

Please note that groups which like to bring their own guide have to register at the visitor services in advance and need to pay a license fee of 25 Euro plus admission.

 

We would be glad to provide further information at any time

 

Annette Maechtel und Tanja Schomaker

Telefon 030. 44 26 584 and 030. 43 73 91 21

www.arthur-berlin.de