Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
Zero Hour — Survival 1945
60 years after the end of the Second World War, the Berlin State Museums devoted three exhibitions to the topic at the Museum of European Cultures. The exhibition "About Life and Survival—Times of Change 1945" dealt with the everyday life in Berlin after the war, while the exhibition "Zero Hour—The National Museums in Berlin" dealt with the complex collection history of the National Museums. "... and we ceased to be human. The Road to Auschwitz as Reflected in the Wolfgang Haney Collection" showed everyday life—living and dying in the labor and extermination camp Auschwitz.
We were responsible for the additional press and public relations work for these exhibitions. They took place in cooperation with the Federal Agency for Civic Education.