#kirchnerunknown - only until sunday!
take your very last chance to see our great treasures of prints and drawings by the artist ernst ludwig kirchner this weekend. guided tours in german through the exhibition are also available.
we hope all of you enjoyed our special exhibition as we did. but be prepared for our next one... #areyoureadyforduchamp
ernst ludwig kirchner, »adam. male nude«, 1920-1921
We went on a little trip today and visited our colleagues in baden-baden at the @kunsthallebad and the @friederburda - thanks for having us!
it was a pleasure getting to know them and enjoy the current exhibition at @friederburda with stunning light-installations by james turrell. visit the presentation »the substance of light« until 28th of october and get lost in his artworks!
in the picture you can see the sun-flooded staircase of the frieder burda museum.
Every special exhibition ends some day.. also our current one about ernst ludwig kirchner. so take your last chance to enjoy »the unknown collection« until sunday. 82 drawings and 84 prints by the co-founder of the artist’s group »brücke« are waiting for you here.
ernst ludwig kirchner, »male head«, 1917
1st european day of conservation-restoration
on 14th of october, 11 am - 2 pm
as you might already know, you can visit our conservation studio wüstenrot stiftung during our opening times (besides weekends and holidays) and watch the conservators and restorers work on artworks from our collection! @wuestenrotstiftung
this sunday we invite you to come around between 11 and 2 o‘clock, when maike behrends explains her work on joseph beuys‘ »elastischer fuß - plastischer fuß« (1969) in our special beuys-room.
Et voilà, un petit de france dans notre musée: demain à 18h, une visite guidée en français se déroulera à cause des semaines françaises. découvrez nos trésors de collection et peut-être aussi vos futurs partenaires en tandem français! 🇫🇷 oskar schlemmer, der tänzer, 1923, staatsgalerie stuttgart
there are few artists whose work and personality are as fascinating as those of marcel duchamp. the inventor of the readymade died fifty years ago today. by declaring an everyday object as an artwork, he revolutionised art history and paved the way for conceptual art.
from 23.11.18 - 10.03.19 we will celebrate this exceptional artist by presenting our extensive marcel duchamp holdings in an exhibition: »marcel duchamp. 100 questions. 100 answers.« so ask yourself: #areyoureadyforduchamp ❓❗️
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