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A cacophony of voices akin to Babylon, a wild night life and poverty: In the inter-War years, Berlin differed decisively from other German cities. Something also reflected in its literature.
In February 2018 the SCHIRN will be hosting a large exhibition on the work of US artist Jean-Michel Basquiat.
With “Babylon Berlin”, a gritty German crime series comes to the small screen, set against breathtaking backdrops under the direction of Tom Tykwer.
Lauren McCarthy is an artist, programmer and lecturer in Los Angeles. In our SCHIRN MAG interview she talks about the allure of being watched and the utopian possibilities of social media.
Visitors can immerse themselves in a long bygone era at the Dennis Severs House in London. A truly great experience.
The first free and democratic elections took place in Germany just under 100 years ago and marked the dawn of what then became known as the Weimar Republic. Comments on a young democracy that was knocked off its unsteady...
Stories from the space in-between: British artist Tris Vonna-Michell and his film “Registers” at the DOUBLE FEATURE.
It might not look very exciting from the outside: A large black rotunda that has landed on the onetime “Death Strip” of the Berlin Wall like a spaceship. But inside an extraordinary panorama opens up.
Reality or illusion: The SCHIRN presents a major exhibition dedicated to the idea of staged vision.
How museums deal with their colonial heritage is not a big issue in Germany. With their project “Not A Single Bone”, however, artists Nora Al-Badri and Nikolai Nelles are asking uncomfortable questions.
At the end of the 1990s the French critic Nicolas Bourriaud coined the term “relational aesthetic” for a new art trend that put interpersonal encounter at its core.
How exactly does freedom work? A selection of important peace agreements from history and their inevitable breaches on SCHIRN MAGAZINE.
Frankfurt-based musician Casey Keth has an unbelievable musical frame of reference and likes to perform on an equal footing with his audience. He can be seen live on September 6 at SCHIRN SUMMER HANGOUTS.