The October edition of DOUBLE FEATURE presents Julie Born Schwartz’s “The Invisible Voice”. Her favorite film, which will be shown during the second half of the evening, is Werner Herzog’s “The Wild Blue Yonder”.
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An unexpected encounter: The SCHIRN presents works by Alberto Giacometti and Bruce Nauman in juxtaposition.
In spite of a growing sense of routine, on a recent visit to London curator Ingrid Pfeiffer found herself surprised by superlative exhibitions and discovered impressive concepts even at the big art fairs.
A rare occurrence: Magritte is coming to Frankfurt on a large scale. Curator Martina Weinhart visited him in advance at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
On behalf of SCHIRN MAGAZINE, Katharina Cichosch visited Berlin-based artist Rosa Barba in her studio to discuss films, the right light and her installation “Blind Volumes” at the SCHIRN.
He is an artist who likes to work apart from the wider public: SCHIRN MAGAZINE reveals ten things you need to know about Ulay.
The SCHIRN presents the first-ever survey exhibition of works by photographer and performance artist Ulay.
As of October 1 Dr. Philipp Demandt is the new director of the SCHIRN, Städel and Liebieghaus. Nine facts you should know about him.
For the DOUBLE FEATURE on September 28 the British artist Ed Fornieles will be showing his latest film about self-optimization and biohacking.
Appointments, meetings, deadlines – schedules structure our day. A glance at the Vienna Secessionists’ calendars show how art sneaks into everyday life.
Artist Rosa Barba to install a monumental film sculpture in the rotunda of the SCHIRN.
Artist Thomas Scheibitz collects images of all kinds, including comics, as source material for his drawings, paintings and sculptures.
The rise of the comic strips in the United States was also strongly influenced by Jewish immigration. It was Jews who invented heroes like Superman, Batman and The Spirit – and then sent them out to do battle with the...
To mark the “Pioneers of the Comic Strip” exhibition, the SCHIRN MAG is travelling to ten comic stores on three continents.