We congratulate our partners at the Urban Nation Museum in Berlin for the re-opening of the museum during these difficult times. We applaud their commitment to the arts and to the institution and the people who they serve, including the artists and the community both local and international. As curators of the critically acclaimed current exhibition “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures” we are elated to know that more people are going to be able to enjoy the exhibition now extended until May 2022.
The URBAN NATION Museum will open for you again on March 16. Here’s what you need to know regarding your next visit:
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there are limitations in place. As usual, admission is free of charge. However, access to the exhibition is currently only possible with a time slot ticket reserved not less than 24 hours in advance. Therefore, please book your time slot ticket at least one day before your planned visit to the museum.
Please also pay attention to the following:
▪️ Visitors will be admitted to the museum only with a booked ticket at least one day in advance via their digital ticket system.
▪️ A maximum of 12 people per hour are allowed to enter the museum. The maximum time spent in the exhibition is 60 minutes.
▪️ All visitors must register on-site with their contact details.
▪️ Access to the museum is only permitted with a medical face mask or FFP 2 mask.
▪️ A maximum of three tickets can be booked per person.
▪️ Guided tours and admission of groups of 5 or more are not possible for the time being.
Urban Nation asks for your understanding of these measures, which will allow them to reopen the URBAN NATION Museum within the framework of the current regulations of the Berlin Cultural Administration.
All information about Urban Nation’s current exhibition “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures” can be found HERE.
If the Berlin-wide incidence rate rises above 100 per 100,000 inhabitants, we will be forced to close the URBAN NATION Museum again.
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