The SCHIRN MAG presents five outstanding films, which do not only deal with racism in the USA, but do also grab its history by the scruff of the neck and drag it into the spotlight.
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Accompanying the exhibition “Basquiat. Boom for Real,” a panel discussion will be held at the SCHIRN’s CROWN CLUB on April 12. Taking as their starting point Jean-Michel Basquiat’s ascent in a predominantly white art...
The SCHIRN MAG visited artist and activist Katie Holten at her New York studio to talk about tree drawings, powerful women and living in NY. Her drawing series “She Persisted” forms part of the “Power to the People”...
Gonjasufi is on the road a lot: As a singer, DJ, actor and also as a yoga teacher. He will perform at SCHIRN AT NIGHT on April 7. The SCHIRN MAG talked with him about his music and his plans for Saturday night.
Wolfgang Kraushaar is a political scientist who has been conducting research for decades on the protests of 1968, radicalization, and the Red Army Faction (RAF). In conversation with the SCHIRN MAG he explains to what...
Jean-Michel Basquiat’s outfits were a permanent composition of opposites. How the young artist became the muse of fashion designers and a role model for numerous other artists – to this day.
Words, signs and symbols. Jean-Michel Basquiat's pieces are truly suffused with fragments of text. One of his most important sources of inspiration was the Beat generation's experimental cut-up technique.
How does it feel to walk through a city devoid of people? In “Unsettled Matter” Holly Zausner strawls through a desolate, ghostly New York City.
Prominent figures like musicians John Lennon and James Brown, or computer specialist Ted Nelson, have made the political slogan “Power to the People” their credo.
Musician and singer Byron Deloatch brings the adventurous spirit of Jean-Michel Basquiat back to life in the CROWN CLUB. In a conversation with SCHIRN MAG, he explains his links with the artist from his childhood...
“Power to the People” is a slogan that reverberates time and again, used by civil rights movements all over the world.
New York/New Wave: The legendary exhibition at the P.S.1 opened up the New York art scene to the young Jean-Michel Basquiat in 1981. The SCHIRN has reconstructed the arrangement of his works, true to the original.
Mark Noonan’s documentary film presents a portrait of the renowned architect Kevin Roche. His oeuvre includes some impressive museum buildings.