Exhibition film

MARTINE SYMS: APHRODITE’S BEASTS Light, sound, moving image, and objects activate diverse thoughts and emotions in Martine Syms’s exhibition Aphrodite’s Beasts. They inspire questions around social coexistence, forms...
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INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM DAY

...both analog and digital formats. During your visit you can actively engage the public by posting your favourite Forrest Bess painting on Instagram and tagging us. In the foyer of...
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Intervention

...can be studied in more detail down below, where a counterpart to the roof-top gymnast is installed in the square in front of the Fridericianum. Situated a few meters from...
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The Fridericianum is coming to you!

...international artists especially commissioned and produced by us. We look forward to welcoming you to these alternative platforms and embarking on a dialogue together. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook...
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Digital tours

We are happy to announce new live tours through our Forrest Bess exhibition, every Wednesday and Sunday on our Instagram channel. These will provide an insight into the life and...
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Fridericianum

The Fridericianum was founded in 1779 as one of the first public museums in the world. Since 1988 it has been an internationally renowned art gallery. A broad...
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Fridericianum Podcast

...artist Florian Hecker to create a jingle. The approximately twenty-five-second sequence directly connects to Hecker’s practice, where works often take the form of expansive installations and performances that probe, subvert,...
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Interventions

...These site-specific works that, to date, include wall paintings, outdoor sculptures, and sound installations, remain on display for an extended period of time, with some becoming permanent features of the...
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Exhibition film

Forrest Bess Take a look back! From February 15 to September 6, 2020, the Fridericianum presented the first exhibition for over three decades of Forrest Bess’s work in...
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Pillow Talk

EPISODE 01: VINCENT FECTEAU PILLOW TALK Bruce Hainley (author, Los Angeles) and Michael Lobel (professor of art history at Hunter College and The Graduate Center, CUNY, New York)...
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