Current highlights at a glance
The story behind NIKI DE SAINT PHALLE
For NIKI DE SAINT PHALLE – Sold out!
Wednesday, 29 March, 7.30 PM
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29 April, 3-8 PM
20 May, 8 PM
Exciting insights into the topics of the exhibitions
Creator of the world famous Nanas
To the Other End of Colors
Artists in the year 1933 to 1945
The cosmos of a virtuoso artist
Women artists of surrealism
Arrival of a comet
The icon of abstract painting
Painting Walls, Painting Worlds
The magician among artists
Stunning landscape painting
Art in the Weimar Republic
Stories behind the art works
Unusual perspectives on the exhibitions
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A guided tour for people with reduced vision
Program for the whole family
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Continuing workshops for children and teenagers
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Guided tour for children from 6 years
The Kinderkunstklub of SCHIRN, Städel and Liebieghaus
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Exhibition tours and workshops
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Marc and Bella Chagall found a safe haven in New York when the National Socialists made life in Europe impossible for them. But what did the Chagalls'...
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Kara Walker’s very personal introduction to her exhibition, which opens at the SCHIRN in October. With over 650 drawings, snippets, notes, fragments,...
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