Wilhelm Kuhnert shaped the concept of Africa in Europe and in the United States more than any other painter of his time. The Schirn presents the first major retrospective on the life and works of the painter.
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Off on holidays! Everyone knows London but it’s always worth a trip. Why not explore the south of the city for once and go wild swimming in Hampstead Heath?
Georgia is the guest of honour of the annual Frankfurt Bookfair. Naturally, there are a lot of cultural events on the topic. We reveal the highlights.
Melancholic love songs by Gino Paoli and a festival on a volcanic island. That‘s how you could describe Maria Loboda‘s summer.
Back home. At the SCHIRN SUMMER HANGOUT Newmen will play a set from their new album. A conversation about danceable music and easy listening that turns out to be not that easy at all.
Off on holidays! In New York, you can stroll from one public art event to the other, taste the different cuisines from all over the world and attend free concerts.
In his films, video artist Paul Kuimet breathes life into static objects and sheds light on darkness.
Magnificent palazzi, impressive hotel collections and lodgings that have accommodated Punk poets and painters: We take a journey through legendary hotel beds and addresses at which art plays an extraordinary role.
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...
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.