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Open Spaces curators André Raatzsch and Jan Kreutz offer a critical view on the BERLIN GLOBAL exhibition. The tandem guided tour ties in with the “Citizens with Equal Rights” presentation on the history of Berlin’s Sinti and Roma.   It focuses on topics such as antiziganism today, Remembrance Culture debates concerning the Holocaust and the role of prominent minority figures.

The tandem guided tour is part of the programme accompanying the Open Spaces exhibition “Citizens with Equal Rights” by the Documentation and Cultural Center of German Sinti and Roma.

The curators

Historian Jan Kreutz and art scholar André Raatzsch together make up the Documentation Department at the Documentation and Cultural Center of German Sinti and Roma in Heidelberg. They are the curators of the Open Spaces exhibition “Citizens with Equal Rights” on the history of Berlin’s Sinti and Roma. The main purpose of their work is to broaden the depiction and presentation of German history relating to the neglected perspective of German Sinti and Roma.

Tandem guided tour

The tandem guided tour is led by two parties. An educator and an expert or expert team guide you through selected exhibition areas. The invited experts determine the subject matter and bring their own varied professional and personal backgrounds into the conversation. They may be a midwife, artist, small-scale entrepreneur, biologist, historian, archaeologist, psychologist, fire fighter or conservator. People who work as volunteers or who have provided curatorial support in the exhibition will also be invited. This makes every tandem guided tour individual and unique.

Practical Info

  • Recommendation to wear a mask

    Visitors aged 6 and over are recommended to wear an FFP2 or medical face mask in all interior rooms of the Humboldt Forum. Unless otherwise stated, this also applies to guided tours and events. For your own safety and the safety of your children, we recommend that all age groups take a rapid antigen test before visiting the Humboldt Forum.

  • Contact tracing

    The Humboldt Forum uses the Corona Warn app to document attendance. We strongly recommend that all visitors use the opportunity to register via the QR code.

  • Meeting point & time

    The meeting point for guided tours and the location for workshops can be found on your booking confirmation. In order for the tour to begin punctually, please arrive 15 minutes before the programme is due to start. We ask that you allow for this additional quarter hour when planning your visit.