Museum Barberini Extended its Exhibition Monet: Places

Friday, May 22, 2020
Museum Barberini Extended its Exhibition Monet: Places

After almost two months of its temporary closure, the Museum Barberini reopened its doors, extending the exhibition 'Monet: Places', thus enabling us to devote time and space to Monet’s work.

Image: Photo: David von Becker, © Museum Barberini

 

After almost two months of its temporary closure, the Museum Barberini reopened its doors. The state of Brandenburg has approved the reopening of cultural institutions, subject to strict conditions. In consultation with the relevant authorities, the museum has developed an extensive list of protective and hygiene measures.

Photo: David von Becker, © Museum Barberini


To ensure health and safety during the coronavirus pandemic, the number of visitors will be strongly restricted until further notice. Visiting slots will be limited to 120 minutes, and a sign-posted tour will help visitors to abide by the 1.5-meter social distancing rule. The compulsory wearing of masks and a general contact reduction will further enhance protection.

 

Photo: David von Becker, © Museum Barberini

 

Ortrud Westheider, Director of the Museum Barberini, points out: “We are delighted to finally make the museum accessible again. We are conscious of the responsibility we have to our guests and staff. In these difficult times, during which museums all over the world were closed, the Museum Barberini has experienced extraordinary solidarity: Within a very short time, our numerous international lenders agreed to extend the exhibition Monet: Places, thus enabling us to devote time and space to Monet’s work.”

 




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