From living trophy collections through museums with living exhibits to theme parks. An overview of the architectural history of the zoo.
Happy New Year! An overview of the upcoming exhibitions at the SCHIRN 2019.
In Japan it’s been a customary practice for decades, and the trend has now reached Germany: What forest bathing has to do with wilderness and our yearning for nature.
A look into the fantastical, animated cosmos of Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg. Next year the SCHIRN will be showing the first comprehensive exhibition of the Swedish artist couple in Germany.
She is not only an artist, but also an activist. Lin-May Saeed constructs hybrid creatures with her sculptures, addressing the rights of animals and their relationship to humans. A studio visit.
Organic? Old hat. Back to nature is the in thing. Not just in the travel industry, in fashion or in sport – no, on your plate, too.
An expedition as a key moment in his artistic development. In the WILDERNESS exhibition the SCHIRN is showing works by Danish artist Per Kirkeby, among others. We set out to follow in his footsteps.
Maria Loboda’s sculptures and installations are mysterious and full of secrets. Now the artist presents new works at SCHIRN.
Seductive in gold, bronze and copper. In 2019, the monumental sculptures of the eccentric artist Bruno Gironcoli will come to the SCHIRN. Curator Martina Weinhart visited them in their home in Styria.
Urbanization, road building, livestock farming – wherever humans propagate there is at most room for the urban jungle. Consequently, our fascination for untouched nature is all the greater. But where can we still find...