Reality or illusion: The SCHIRN presents a major exhibition dedicated to the idea of staged vision.
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.
In February 2018 the SCHIRN will be hosting a large exhibition on the work of US artist Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Every generation critically addresses their predecessors: In the 1960s, it was Funk Art in California that reacted to Abstract Expressionism and inspired Peter Saul.
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...
How the intellectual and activist Angela Davis became an icon of the American Civil Rights Movement, and simultaneously one of the most-wanted criminals.
With the M/L Artspace project Marie Karlberg and Lena Henke develop temporary happenings and challenge the customary format of the exhibition.
The major exhibition on moving times: the SCHIRN takes a new look at the art scene in Germany during the inter-War years.
The Vietnam War was a traumatic event for the USA and led to the first mass protests inside the country. For Peter Saul, it was one of the major themes he addressed in his art. A reappraisal in two parts by the SCHIRN...