Current highlights at a glance
Introduction to the current exhibitions
Art to hear
Discover the key exhibition themes
Discover the artist Kara Walker
Exciting insights into the topics of the exhibitions
Artists in the year 1933 to 1945
The cosmos of a virtuoso artist
Stunning landscape painting
Women artists of surrealism
Painting Walls, Painting Worlds
The icon of abstract painting
Arrival of a comet
Art in the Weimar Republic
The magician among artists
News from art & scene
The exhibition ART FOR NO ONE. 1933–1945 presents works by artists who worked outside of the regime and remained without an audience.
The upcoming exhibition WALK! presents an overview of contemporary art that intertwines walking with the challenges of our time.
Self-portraits offered Paula Modersohn-Becker space for artistic experimentation with form, color and technique. We took a closer look at how she...
An act against the macho eye: Author Jovana Reisinger on naked female bodies in painting.
Lebensreform, freedom and rural idyll: Paula Modersohn-Becker was not the only one to live in one of the rural art colonies that sprang up throughout...
Motherhood has always been a taboo in art history. But why, actually? An interview with conceptual artist Hannah Cooke, who questions the systems,...
Kara Walker’s very personal introduction to her exhibition, which opens at the SCHIRN in October. With over 650 drawings, snippets, notes, fragments,...
Is it possible to talk about an ordinary German experience as a structurally racialized experience? Activist and cultural theorist Nelly Y. Pinkrah on...
The shortest way to more knowledge about art
Podcasts around the themes of the exhibitions
She is a leader of the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations, one of the few self-governing First Nations in Canada. Researcher Jocelyn Joe-Strack on...
In the final episode of the podcast series featuring Indigenous perspectives on art, nature and decolonization, Cree writer Jessica Johns talks about...
In our new podcast series with Indigenous perspectives on art, nature, decolonisation and climate change, we talk with Algonquin-French artist...
An interview with Lakota-Scottish art historian Carmen Robertson on Land vs Landscape. The first episode of our new podcast series with Indigenous...
The little art ABC for children from 3 years old
Discover the wonderful world of the MINISCHIRNIS!
Exciting ideas for children workshops
DIY OFFERINGS FOR KIDS
Creatures of Chance
DIY OFFER FOR KIDS
Fascinating natural phenomenon
DIY IDEA FOR KIDS
Branching out fantastically
DIY FOR KIDS
Autumn forest view
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