This is partly for my own use, as I’m an expert at missing things. I’ll try to do one of these at least once a month, with a permalink in the right hand column.
Not an exhaustive list by any means, so please get in touch if you’ve seen anything good, or are promoting it. Links are to English versions where available.
On at the moment in Berlin:
Mythos Germania exhibition – Hitler & Speer’s megalomaniac plans to build a new german capital after winning the war. In German only.
Until Dec 31st, 2008 (Dec 24th-26th, 2008 closed), 11am – 7pm (daily), 6 Euro / 4 Euro
Pavillon Gertrud-Kolmar-Straße 14
(close to the Holocaust Memorial)
See also my own post on this.
Shrinking Cities exhibition – the last stop on a world wide tour, this major research project looks at the phenomenon of western cities losing population (more interesting than this sounds!) using artists, architects and research to add differing perspectives. Some material in english, but best to check.
Until Nov 23, at the Akademie der Kunst, Pariser Platz – see site for opening times etc.
So Weit Kein Auge Reicht (As Far As The Eye Can’t See) – Panoramic Photographs of Berlin, 1949 – 1952
Until Feb 16, 2009, at the Berlinische Galerie – see site for opening times etc.
Deutsches Architektur Forum – various things ongoing, including GLASHAUS_10 SMAQ, an exhibition of recent work by Berlin-based practice SMAQ (until 12 Dec), and a talk with the architects (in german) on 3 Dec at 17.00, as well as an exhibition as part of the Medianfassaden Festival, until 12 Dec.