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    What we stand for

    Kunsthaus Dahlem is an institution for the exhibition of post-war modern art in Germany. As such, we are bound to the principles of diversity, respect and integration. The values of freedom, human rights, democracy and constitutionality define our activities. Respectful and appreciative conduct is a matter of course for us. We actively counter discriminatory, derogatory and exclusionary behaviour, and emphatically oppose nationalistic and extreme right-wing movements.

    With our exhibition and programme design, we wish to create a public and communicative space for all people, regardless of origin or social class. It is important to us that all people feel invited to enter into dialogue with us and other museum visitors, and to share their ideas and perspectives. Inclusion and accessibility are matters of central importance to us, as everyone has a right to visit our exhibitions without obstacles and, when possible, without outside assistance.

    We see ourselves as a learning institution and work in an interdisciplinary and participatory manner with various partners, initiatives and organisations. In this way we strive to consider art from various perspectives within our exhibitions and education offerings, connect historical questions with the present and, based on this, open the institution to further experiences and perspectives. To this purpose, we also critically reflect upon our own structures and work methods and are open to initiating development processes and changes resulting from cooperation.