SCHIRN
Kunsthalle Frank­furt

The SCHIRN Kunsthalle Frank­furt is one of most impor­tant exhi­bi­tion venues in Europe. Since opening in 1986, it has presented more than 200 exhi­bi­tions on around 2,000 m² of floor space and can boast a total of more than 8 million visi­tors. The SCHIRN focuses on art-histor­ical and historico-cultural themes, discourses, and trends from a contem­po­rary perspec­tive. Its range of offers is multi­fac­eted, inter­na­tional, and progres­sive; it attempts to open up new points of view and to break open tradi­tional patterns of recep­tion. The exhi­bi­tions are devoted in equal measure to contem­po­rary stances in art and art of the modern era.

Each SCHIRN exhi­bi­tion is accom­pa­nied by a publi­ca­tion. As part of the exhi­bi­tion project, the catalog is its contin­u­a­tion in printed form and enables you to continue to engage with the art and issues addressed in the exhi­bi­tion well after it has actu­ally finished. The concept and specific content of each publi­ca­tion is devised parallel to devel­oping the exhi­bi­tion. Selected authors, and they tend to be experts, artists or jour­nal­ists, explore the respec­tive topic in the form of essays, shed light on it from different angles, and in this way supple­ment the exhi­bi­tion project by empha­sizing addi­tional inter­esting aspects of the subject.

SCHIRN
Kunsthalle Frank­furt

The SCHIRN Kunsthalle Frank­furt is one of most impor­tant exhi­bi­tion venues in Europe. Since opening in 1986, it has presented more than 200 exhi­bi­tions on around 2,000 m² of floor space and can boast a total of more than 8 million visi­tors. The SCHIRN focuses on art-histor­ical and historico-cultural themes, discourses, and trends from a contem­po­rary perspec­tive. Its range of offers is multi­fac­eted, inter­na­tional, and progres­sive; it attempts to open up new points of view and to break open tradi­tional patterns of recep­tion. The exhi­bi­tions are devoted in equal measure to contem­po­rary stances in art and art of the modern era.

Each SCHIRN exhi­bi­tion is accom­pa­nied by a publi­ca­tion. As part of the exhi­bi­tion project, the catalog is its contin­u­a­tion in printed form and enables you to continue to engage with the art and issues addressed in the exhi­bi­tion well after it has actu­ally finished. The concept and specific content of each publi­ca­tion is devised parallel to devel­oping the exhi­bi­tion. Selected authors, and they tend to be experts, artists or jour­nal­ists, explore the respec­tive topic in the form of essays, shed light on it from different angles, and in this way supple­ment the exhi­bi­tion project by empha­sizing addi­tional inter­esting aspects of the subject.

  • Maggie Lee: Magazine
    Feb 10 – May 20, 2024
    Kunsthalle Zürich
    Zürich, Switzerland
    The exhibition Magazine was born out of the artist’s long-held desire to publish her own magazine – a very personal magazine that would nonetheless circulate further than just her own circle of friends. Maggie Lee’s passion for this medium of distribution was inspired by her work in copy stores, and above all by creating zines since her teenage years in New Jersey. There is a special appeal to the creative self-realisation in self-publishing (more…)
  • TIME SQUARE
    Dec 1, 2023 – Mar 31, 2024
    Flashback Habitat
    Turin, Italy
    Flashback Habitat Ecosystem for Contemporary Cultures continues its path of experimentation and artistic research with the new exhibition Time Square: L’arte in piazza trascende il tempo. The exhibition takes inspiration from the famous square in New York, changing its name to Time Square, where the words “time” and “square” collide and recompose new meanings. The American square is the clear symbol of aggressive modernity and humanity in transformation. (more…)