PHOTO: © Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss / Giuliani von Giese

Tee und der Spion im Raum des Drachen

In the organizer's words:

The Throne Room, designed by Chinese architect Wang Shu, is a highlight of the Museum of Asian Art.

Experience this special exhibition space and learn about the symbolic meaning of the works of art on display: the gigantic poplar wood roof construction suspended below the hall ceiling, the precious "Dragon Robe" from the Qing dynasty, the "Tea House" made of pressed tea by conceptual artist Ai Weiwei. And what does this have to do with the spy Robert Fortune?

The discussion with the artist Anke Göhring and the art historian Hans-Werner Klohe will take place directly in the exhibition and is open to your questions and observations.

Further information: Price: 10.00 EUR, reduced 5.00 EUR. Please book your ticket in advance online or at the ticket office in the foyer. From 18 years. Language: German. Venue: Department Asia, 3rd floor. Part of: One object, many questions

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Humboldt Forum Schloßplatz 10178 Berlin

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