The exhibition What is Modern Art? (Group Show) shows wide-ranging research into art history - not on the basis of old masters and originals, but on that of anonymity and the copy. It gathers together a series of works and projects that could be regarded as milestones on the road to an art form for which anonymity and copying have become an independent aesthetic method. What is Modern Art? (Group Show) is the first exhibition worldwide to bring together these projects for a comprehensive group exhibition in Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Galerie 35 and the Museum of American Art in Berlin. In the Künstlerhaus, it will be possible to see work including the series Collection of Drawings of an Art Amateur Made on his Travels through a Mysterious and Faraway Land (1900), Modern Art from the Museum Folkwang (Hagen 1904) and From the Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas (1905-1913); these are all works by the Salon de Fleurus (New York), which investigates 19th or early 20th century art. In addition, we will be showing the extensive International Exhibition of Modern Art (Armory Show) and the Last Futurist Exhibition 0,10 by Kasimir Malevich - two significant exhibitions for 20th century art, which took place in 1913 and 1916, in the USA and Russia respectively. Besides this it will be possible to see new works from the Museum of American Art, opened in Berlin in 2004, which specifically concern the documenta 2 (1959).