5th Moon: T-shirts, moustaches and theories in progress – artistic femmifestations
14. May 2018
Press Release/Press Images as Download
Press Release/Press Images as Download
Press release and press images on the exhibition LESBIAN VISIONS – Artistic positions from Berlin
We have a new Head of Archive and Collections: Dr. Peter Rehberg. He studied German Philology, Art History, and Philosophy in Hamburg.
Press release and press images on the 4th program of the 12 Moons Film Lounge
Schwules Museum is pleased to announce the opening of a dyke bar within the Museum’s café for the duration of the Year more
The 3rd film program of 12 Moons juxtaposes two films: the lesbian-feminist classic Born in Flames (1983) and the trans*-queer anarcha musical more
The new look of Schwules Museum in Berlin reconnects with the radical and self-confident spirit of its origins in the mid-eighties. Dynamic, more
press photos, press releases and additional downloads for the exhibition "Stefan Thiel: 100 BERLIN BASED MEN"
press photos, press releases and additional downloads for the exhibition "colony"
The group exhibition “ğ – the soft g” at Schwules Museum* brings together works that follow artistic migration in various directions and more
Press photos, press releases and additional downloads for "LÄSBISCH TV"
Press photos, press releases and additional downloads for the exhibition "Fascination Sex: The Theorist & Activist Martin Dannecker"
Press photos, press releases and additional downloads for the exhibition "Marc Martin: Fenster zum Klo. Public Toilets & Private Affairs"
Press photos, press releases and additional downloads for the exhibition "Queer City: Stories from São Paulo"
Schwules Museum* is proposing Ebru Kırancı for this year’s “Sozialer Menschenrechtspreis“ (Social Human Rights Prize) of the Eberhard-Schultz-Stiftung.
An exhibition commemorating the 300th Birthday of Johann Joachim Winckelmann (1717-1768). Curated by Dr. Wolfgang Cortjaens.
Ashkan Sepahvand is our Post-Colonial Curatorial Fellow at the Schwules Museum*
Change of Scenery – as an exhibition series – wants to move forward and develop further, always.
So, It’s a Girl” will be the first exhibition to examine both Klaus’s life and work, together with that of his famous more
At the members meeting on September 6th 2016, The Schwules Museum* elected a new board of directors.
The artistic research exhibition Odarodle – an imaginary their_story of naturepeoples, 1535–2017 casts, for the first time, a postcolonial perspective on the more
Bühnenbild: Peter Kothe. Ein ostwestdeutsches Leben setzt die Reihe von Ausstellung über queere Bühnenbildner am Schwulen Museum* fort. Sie wurde kuratiert von more
Yesterday afternoon, Tuesday, the Schwules Museum* was informed by their partner organization LWL-Museum für Kunst und Kultur in Münster that the German more
Just before the opening of the exhibition "Homosexualit_ies" at the LWL-Museum für Kunst und Kultur in Münster, Westphalia on 12 May 2016, more
Jan Schnorrenberg has recently joined our museum team as part of our press office.
Wolfgang Cortjaens has recently joined our museum team: since 1 April, 2016, he is the new head of our archive and library.
A Different View: Postcolonial Perspectives at the Schwules Museum*: We are searching for Research Fellows / Curators.
Ashkan Sepahvand is pleased to join the Schwules Museum* for the next 18 months as a Curatorial Fellow as part of the International Museum Fellowship more
30 Years of HIV/AIDS activism in posters, photographs, audio, film and printed matter you can touch and flip through: Berlin AIDSHilfe e.V. more
For the first time ever, an exhibition combines the developments, past and present, of gay, lesbian, trans* and queer pornography.
In early summer 2015, the Schwules Museum* (Gay Museum*,) in partnership with the German Historical Museum, will open a comprehensive exhibition on more
We invite all children and adults to visit us and have fun at the exhibition and by exploring our Museum Store!
The Schwules Museum in collaboration with Amnesty International present an extensive exhibition of South African artist Zanele Muholi's photographic works.
A live documentary exhibition on corrective rape against lesbian women in Cape Town
At last, the photographic works of the legendary film director Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau can be seen in the Schwules Museum.
The move and the expansion of Schwules Museum is realized through the kind support of European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), Berlin’s cultural more
Das Schwule Museum bedankt sich bei seinen Spender_innen mit einer Ausstellung!
After an intensive two-year search for a suitable space, the museum is moving into a former printing house at Lützowstraße 73 in more
Information and press images on the first program of the 12 Moons Film Lounge