Oct. 20, 2023 to Feb. 25, 2024
Our historical permanent exhibitiondocuments the origins, the impact, and the consequences of National Socialism up to the present day. Temporary exhibitions and interventions offer current and international perspectives and focus on certain aspects. Our formats can be artistic or participatory.
June 29, 2023 to Jan. 7, 2024
The joint exhibition with the Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw focuses on the material of the so-called Ringelblum Archive and offers a radical glimpse inside the Warsaw Ghetto from a Jewish perspective.
Sept. 8 to Oct. 8, 2023
Artist Zhanna Kadyrova created the works which are assembled for the exhibition as a direct reaction to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. They are an expression of civil resistance and the fierce resilience of an artist in the face of military force.
Departure Neuaubing is a digital exhibition project on the history of Nazi forced labor and its continuing impact today. Departure Neuaubing is a digital history project developed by the Munich Documentation Center as an interactive and interdisciplinary web app that tells the story of Nazi-era forced labor as a story with threads leading all over Europe.
Where did National Socialism and its ideology come from? How did Adolf Hitler come to power and why did democracy fail? What led to racial and social exclusion, war, and mass murder? The exhibition examines the origins and rise of National Socialism in Munich and the city’s special role in the Nazi regime of terror. It also addresses the city’s difficulties in dealing with this history since 1945 and the impact the past still has today.