She plays at Berghain, released her debut album at New York cultlabel DFA and on August 22 she will be a guest at the SCHIRN summer party. A conversation with the Berlin based artist Perel about taxi drivers, her...
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The army, fitness and the body cult as well as the staging of power are central themes in Neïl Beloufa’s new work, presented at the SCHIRN exhibition “Global Agreement” from August 23 to October 22, 2018.
Off on holidays! The SCHIRN MAG has explored the most beautiful destinations. From Frankfurt to Basel it's only three hours by train and the city is definitely worth a visit even without the glamor of its art fair.
Summer awakens longings, expectations and memories. US-based artist Peter Halley recalls long roadtrips on the highway and lonely motels.
Christoph Keller repeatedly explores scientific concepts in his work. In the Double Feature on July 30, he presents his artistic essay film “ANARCHEOLOGY”.
Clinking ice cubes in a glass of rosé. For Alicja Kwade that's the sound of summer. We talked with artists about their greatest summer moments, their memories and longings.
My identity is non-negotiable. That’s how this year’s Christopher Street Day in Frankfurt is promoting equality. SCHIRN MAG marks the occasion by presenting selected highlights of queer cinema.
Off on holiday! The SCHIRN MAG has explored the most beautiful destinations. Schirn Curator Martina Weinhart was in L.A. searching for hidden street art and old movie palaces.
Just get out there – no map, no compass, out in the wilderness! Make sure to pack the SCHIRN summer soundtrack featuring songs evoking wanderlust and the centuries-old fascination for untouched nature and distant lands.
Product designer Sebastian Herkner has earned an international reputation with furniture and home accessories. A studio visit in Offenbach.
Cultivating coexistence. That’s what this year’s Manifesta 12 in Palermo calls for. In churches, gardens and palaces, the exhibited works raise questions about pressing issues like migration and climate change.
There is no season quite so connected with longings, expectations and memories as is summer. We met artists to talk about their favorite summer moments. Ayşe Erkmen remembers spending the warm months in an old greek...
Frankfurt has a new old town and the SCHIRN is located right at the heart of it – since 1986. But: What does the SCHIRN have to do with sausage stalls? And what did the neighborhood formerly look like?
What’s a dream and what’s reality? The films of Pauline Curnier Jardin show a disturbing and dystopic world speaking from fear, nightmares and superstition.
There is no season quite so connected with longings, expectations and memories as is summer. At the same time, everybody spends the warmer months differently. We met up with artists to talk to them about this very...