Our wide range of suggestions enables you to give the gift of memories and new impressions.
Inspiration for Your Christmas Gift List
To mark the end of the programme series Immersion, brought to life by Thomas Oberender in 2016, many of the items in our webshop allow you to remember the events of the last five years, ranging from t-shirts, bags and postcards to a series of posters from recent years such as The New Infinity, Taylor Mac and Palast der Republik as well as a variety of publications:
This reader presents an institution’s analysis of itself and its programme over the period from 2012-2021, which is examined in terms of five core ideas: formats, digital culture, identity politics, immersion and sustainability.
- Down to Earth
“Down to Earth” gathers together 14 proposals for a sustainable culture from the fields of art, activism, science and politics, that each subscribe to a practice of ecological change.
- Occupy History
This book is a collection of the discussions led by Thomas Oberender as part of the project “Palast der Republik”, that took place from 8 to 10 March 2019 at the Haus der Berliner Festspiele.
- The New Infinity
In addition to essays and interviews, this catalogue also includes large format illustrations of the fulldome works presented as part of “The New Infinity”.
To mark our anniversary, we have reprinted a selection of festival posters that have been unavailable for a long time. Don’t miss out on your favourite poster from 70 years of history – available from 20 December!
Our webshop also offers publications, posters and merchandise from the recent programmes of MaerzMusik – Festival for Time Issues, the Theatertreffen, Musikfest Berlin, Jazzfest Berlin, the National Contests and the Gropius Bau. Use this quiet time to browse our full range at your leisure.
And for anyone who can’t make up their mind: at the webshop you will also find gift vouchers for the amount of your choice that you can print for yourself as a Print@Home voucher. The voucher is then valid for all our events as well as for the exhibitions at the Gropius Bau.