As a throne it was reserved for rulers only for a long time. Now the chair accompanies us daily, is both a design object and a work of art. This is also shown by artist John M Armleder currently at the Schirn.
Whether it’s Wolfgang Tillmans, Angela Bulloch or Jean-Michel Basquiat - a lot of artists find themselves in music. And often put on spectacular shows with their bands.
Seeing sounds and tasting colors: Synesthesia remains a mysterious neurological phenomenon that has provided inspiration for artists time and again.
Everything shines, everything glitters! Inspired by John M Armleder’s sparkling sea of disco balls at the Schirn: Here are our 10 highlights of mirrors in art history.
Power Conflicts, war and migration: In Sound Art, a critical tenor is emerging and it is increasingly commenting on political conflicts.
Music from plastic butterflies, a disassembled grand piano and flying eggs: In 1962, the fateful Fluxus movement emerged in Wiesbaden and it continues to attract worldwide attention to this day.
He is considered one of the most important contemporary concept and performance artists. Now his room-filling installations are coming to the SCHIRN, creating a unique experience.
Contemporary art has its own sound. The international exhibition transforms the SCHIRN into a concert hall and artworks into musical instruments.
Ever danced with a wolf? Artist duo Djurberg & Berg make it possible with their first virtual reality work. They are part of a young generation of artists experimenting with VR in a variety of ways.
Like Bruno Gironcoli’s monumental sculptures, Rube Goldberg’s crazy constructions examine the human element of the machine. And give instructions for nose wiping and catching mice.