On the Way to an All-Inclusive Museum

The Permanent Exhibition “Art in Berlin 1880–1980” is made accessible to the Blind and Vision Impaired

Foto: Besucher mit Blindenlangstock folgt dem Bodenleitsystem im Ausstellungsraum.
© Daniel Müller

For the first time in Germany, the permanent exhibition at an art museum will be made available to the blind and vision impaired. In close cooperation with the Deutscher Blinden-und Sehbehindertenverband (DBSV), Berlinische Galerie has been working for two years now to equip the permanent exhibition “Art in Berlin 1880–1980“ with tactile exhibits, a tactile floor guiding system, and a museum app to create an inclusive art experience.

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