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Bundesminister Sigmar Gabriel, MdB, Vice Chancellor of Germany and Federal Minister of the Economy and Energy Affairs also attended the Gala dinner hosted at the Deutsches Historisches Museum.
Rasmus Kobbersmed claimed his prize at a glamorous awards ceremony in the spectacular surroundings of the Deutsches Historisches Museum in the heart of Berlin.
The majority of the German works in the show come from the permanent collection of the Deutsches Historisches Museum.
A longing for calm and stability can be sensed in the several mountain landscapes in this exhibition, which opened at the Milwaukee Art Museum and is currently at the Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin.
After all, Eastern relics are permanently on display at Berlin's Deutsches Historisches Museum.
The former East Germany abounds with such inadvertent or vulgar Sots-art juxtapositions, ranging from the flashing Coca-Cola sign that presides over the Berlin boulevard still called Karl-Marx Allee to the posters showing a portrait of Stalin being garlanded by an adoring trio of Young Pioneers, reprinted from 1952 and now on sale in the lobby of the Deutsches Historisches Museum, in the same city.