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ADMISSION
10 €, reduced 8 €, no charge for children under 8, family ticket 20 €, with Frankfurt Card 5 €, groups of 20 or more are eligible for the reduced admission rate.

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The following persons are eligible for the reduced admission rate: students, school pupils, disabled persons and persons accompanying them, unemployed persons and in military or civil service. A valid identification card must be presented.


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PUBLICATIONS

Gustave Caillebotte. An Impressionist and Photography

An unique position among the group of Impressionists. Overview of Caillebotte’s art and of the concurrent evolution of photography from its infancy to the avant-garde of the New Vision

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Gustave Caillebotte. An Impressionist and Photography

Caillebotte’s radical, precisely conceived compositions and highly modern, and photographic depictions reveal unconventional perspectives within the context of Impressionist art. The new medium of photography played an important role in the development of his pictorial inventions. Caillebotte’s pictorial worlds bear witness to a close relationship between photography and painting in the development of the New Vision. Many of his paintings and drawings refl ect formally similar images found in the medium of photography, the aesthetics of which are clearly echoed in Caillebotte’s compositions.

Edited by Karin Sagner and Max Hollein in collaboration with Ulrich Pohlmann. With a preface by Max Hollein, essays by Claude Ghez, Ulrich Pohlmann, and Karin Sagner, twenty short texts by Milan Chlumsky, Karin Sagner, and Kristin Schrader, as well as a biography by Gilles Chardeau.

 

English edition, 248 pages, 260 color illustrations, Hirmer Verlag, Munich 2012, ISBN 978-3-7774-5921-9 (English edition), 29,90 € (Schirn), 39,90 € (trade edition).

 

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FREUNDE DER SCHIRN KUNSTHALLE E.V.

ADDITIONAL SUPPORT
GEORG UND FRANZISKA SPEYER'SCHE HOCHSCHULSTIFTUNG

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