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GOING OUT eleven

GOING OUT eleven paintings by Max Beckmann dating from 1906 to 1942. They offer insight into the development of the artist's life work. Surrealism is represented with works by Max Ernst, Salvador Dalí and Joan Miró. Paintings by Otto Dix and George Grosz document the movements of Verism and Neue Sachlichkeit (New Sobriety). The Bauhaus is illustrated with works by Paul Klee and Vasily Kandinsky who were both teachers at the school. The building comprises almost 5,000 square metres of exhibition space and around 800 metres of wall space – a surprisingly large capacity hidden half underground beneath the famous steel and glass construction. Between 31 August and 30 September 2007 visitors to the IFA have an opportunity to walk along some historic paths. Admission to the Deutsche Technikmuseum Berlin will cost just three euros (concessions 1.50 euros). At the Museum für Kommunikation a 50 per cent discount is available on the normal ticket price. Holders of IFA vouchers can also gain entry to the Jewish Museum, the Jüdisches Museum Berlin at half the normal cost. Tickets are also Jüdisches Museum half price for photo enthusiasts until 30 September to view the collections at the Helmut Newton Foundation and the Museum für Fotografie Berlin. The Berlin Festival is another partner of the IFA this year. For music fans the musikfest berlin 07 has a special offer of a ten per cent reduction on its ticket prices (subject to availability) for 2 to 5 September and 12 September. Performers include the Pellegrini Streichquartett in the Radialsystem V playing Summer’s Night Lounge, a tribute to Morton Feledman. The spirit of great music lives on in Morton Feldman’s compositions. Feldman composed music which is tranquil and meditative, ascetically austere in structure yet wonderfully rich in nuance. His String Quartet (II) is about minute, imperceptible changes as well as the act of forgetting and the resurgence of memory. Feldman requires an unusually long length of time for his soundscapes to unfold, and the String Quartet (II) marks a new extreme at nearly six hours of uninterrupted music. The Pellegrini Quartet plays this exorbitant work while maintaining the utmost concentration right through. Every detail, every chord, every finesse, every pianissimo tremolo and every pizzicato (the cellist’s is truly wonderful!) is styled with subtle vocal quality and rich tones. Pellegrini Streichquartett When TASTE Matters... With 3 hotels on Berlin’s most famous boulevard and one hotel in the South of the city, with ideal transport connections to the Eastern and Western quarters and to Berlin’s Schönefeld airport (SXF). AHC Hotels Berlin - addresses to remember! Hotel Belmondo am Kurfürstendamm, Joachimstaler Strasse 39/40, 10623 Berlin Hotel Frühling am Zoo Berlin, Kurfürstendamm 17, 10719 Berlin Hotel Boulevard Berlin Kurfürstendamm 12, 10719 Berlin EuroHotel Berlin Airport BBI Rudower Strasse 90-94, 12351 Berlin 30 IFA International • Saturday, 1 st September 2007

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