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Program in Mai

01. Mai - 31. Mai 2024

Admission 20 Euro/16 Euro reduced. Duration: 2 hours
Registration via create.angewandte-kunst@stadt-frankfurt.de is required.

The workshop will be conducted in German.

In the atmospheric ambience of the Villa Metzler, musicologist Dr. Ulrike Kienzle will give an insight into Frankfurt’s salon culture and Natali-Lina Pitzer, Head of Press and Public Relations at the Museum Angewandte Kunst, will give a lecture on the creation of Metzlerpark. The lectures will be accompanied musically by the violinist Puschan Mousavi Malvani:

Admission 10 EUR. Tickets can be booked via the Alte Oper.

Special icons from our collection from a theological, cultural studies and art historical perspective will be examined. Get closer to the stories, meanings and messages of icons in our time. The talks take place once a month on Wednesdays from 6.30 – 7.30 pm.

6 EUR, 4 EUR reduced, guided tour on the icon evening free of charge

Interactive Guided tour in the exhibition CONTACT ZONES – Pamela Breda, Victoria Keddie, Sajan Mani.

Without prior registration (limited spots available). Included in the price of admission.

Yang Jiechang, who has lived in Paris since 1988, is one of the most famous contemporary Chinese artists. Originally from Foshan in Guangdong province, Yang received classical training in painting and calligraphy from a young age. His art, which has attracted worldwide attention, moves between painting, installation, video, performance and sculpture. In his lecture, Yang will talk about contemporary forms of expression in ink painting. Yang does not see himself as a traditional Chinese artist, but rather as a contemporary, artistically active scholar. He emphasizes not only the use of the brush, but also a kind of pragmatic spirituality that is anchored in the here and now. Yang Jiechang was already a guest at the Museum für Kunsthandwerk (now the Museum Angewandte Kunst) in 1993 as part of the exhibition Mao’s Untamed Children.