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Our community is based on constant giving and taking. But where does art fit into this social framework?
Protest marches and demonstrations with 100,000 participants: the peace movement in the US mobilized the masses and reached far beyond national borders. Part 2 of the SCHIRN MAG exposé on the Vietnam War and its global...
We interview Max Hollein about the Summer of Love in San Francisco, the counterculture of the West Coast and its impacts on Silicon Valley.
All or nothing: While today Superman only concentrates on the really big goals, in the 1970s he was on occasion still busy rescuing kittens from trees. Such feats can be experienced at the SCHIRN’s open-air cinema on...
Driven out of the Dresden Academy by the Nazis, Otto Dix and his family fled to the idyllic Lake Constance region. His home there is a wonderful museum. Dix’ works will be on show in Frankfurt this autumn.
How the intellectual and activist Angela Davis became an icon of the American Civil Rights Movement, and simultaneously one of the most-wanted criminals.
Historical events play an important role in Bianca Baldi’s films. The South African artist is July’s DOUBLE FEATURE guest.
With the M/L Artspace project Marie Karlberg and Lena Henke develop temporary happenings and challenge the customary format of the exhibition.
The extensive Skulptur Projekte Münster only take place every ten years. But that’s not the only reason why we highly recommend taking the trip there. A selection of the highlights by SCHIRN MAG
This year, artist Neil Beloufa presented his second movie, entitled “Occidental”. In this interview he talks about the authority of the White Cube and why he is not interested in the question of veracity.
Humans have always had a burning desire to watch, to observe. Now, virtual reality is opening up entirely new possibilities for the creation of immersive worlds. We present a list of pioneering virtual worlds – in art...
The major exhibition on moving times: the SCHIRN takes a new look at the art scene in Germany during the inter-War years.