Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt

Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt
Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt

The SCHIRN KUNSTHALLE FRANKFURT is one of Germany’s most renowned exhibition institutions. Since its founding in 1986, the SCHIRN has mounted approximately 200 exhibitions, including major survey shows devoted to the Vienna Jugendstil, Expressionism, Dada, and Surrealism, to women Impressionists, to subjects such as “shopping—a century of art and consumer culture,” the visual art of the Stalin era, new Romanticism in contemporary art, and the influence of Charles Darwin’s theories on the art of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.


Large solo exhibitions have featured artists such as Wassily Kandinsky, Alberto Giacometti, Henri Matisse, Julian Schnabel, James Ensor, James Lee Byars, Yves Klein, Peter Doig, Lászlo Moholy-Nagy, and Georges Seurat. And artists such as Thomas Hirschhorn, Ayşe Erkmen, Carsten Nicolai, Jan De Cock, Jonathan Meese, John Bock, Michael Sailstorfer, Terence Koh, Aleksandra Mir, Eberhard Havekost, and Mike Bouchet have developed new exhibitions for the SCHIRN.


The SCHIRN KUNSTHALLE FRANKFURT showcases highly charged themes and topical aspects of artists’ oeuvres with an incisive voice and from a contemporary standpoint. As a site of discoveries, the SCHIRN offers its visitors an original, sensory exhibition experience as well as active participation in cultural discourse.

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TUESDAY, FRIDAY–SUNDAY
10 AM - 7 PM

WEDNESDAY + THURSDAY
10 AM - 10 AM

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www.schirn.de
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RÖMERBERG
Frankfurt
60311
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