30 October 2020

Akademie der Künste suspends Events in November
Exhibition “urbainable – stadthaltig” only open until Sunday

Due to current corona-related regulations, the Akademie der Künste is suspending events from 2 to 30 November 2020. The exhibitions at Pariser Platz and Hanseatenweg will be closed as of Monday, as will the Brecht-Weigel Museum and the Anna-Seghers Museum. Tickets that have already been purchased will lose their validity; the cost of the tickets will be reimbursed.

The exhibition “urbainable – stadthaltig” is only open until and including Sunday, 1 November. The show presents 33 projects by academy members from the fields of engineering, landscape architecture and urban planning, with a focus on the role of the European city in times of global warming, digitalisation and demographic and social change. The closing discussion on 17 November entitled “Sustainability in Construction – Greenwashing or Progress” will be held digitally.

The exhibition “Continent – In Search of Europe” by the photographers of OSTKREUZ will – according to current planning – re-open in December at Pariser Platz.

urbainable – stadthaltig. Positions on the European City for the 21st Century
Only until Sunday, 1 November 2020, 11 am – 7 pm
(access restrictions due to the coronavirus, online time slot tickets available at www.adk.de/tickets)
Akademie der Künste, Hanseatenweg 10, 10557 Berlin, Tel. 030 200 57-2000

Sustainability in Construction – Greenwashing or Progress?
Matthias Sauerbruch in discussion with Thomas Auer, Annette Gigon, Christian Kühn, Christine Lemaitre, Hans-Joachim Schellnhuber, Werner Sobek
17 November 2020, 7 pm, online event, see www.adk.de