“Catastrophe” – an exhibition at Filmmuseum Frankfurt

Deutsches Filmmuseum Frankfurt Schaumainkai 41, Frankfurt, Hessen

This Sunday, after a long Covid break, Pickwicks will pick up its traditional Film Museum visits. One could speculate about the reasons why Filmmuseum Frankfurt chose disaster movies as the topic for its current special exhibition, which is still running until Sunday 22nd May. The Corona/Covid pandemic (which ironically has an awareness problem because it …

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Art for No One (1933–1945) at Schirn Kunsthalle

Schirn Römerberg, Frankfurt

A visit to the Schirn to view works by the “Entartete” Artists who remained in Germany during the third Reich. 14 indi­vidual case studies and about 140 paint­ings, sculp­tures, draw­ings, and photographs shed light on the diver­sity of art that existed outside of the offi­cial regime, but remained without any audi­ence. Even if you are …

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€12

A “Change of Location” at Museum Giersch

Museum Giersch Schaumainkai 83, Frankfurt, Hessen

(Museum Giersch, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons)   The Deutsche Bank has been creating an art collection since the 1950s. The works are displayed on every floor of the head office towers, presumably to help staff recognise which floor they are on. The higher up you go, the more famous the artists. This collection …

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€7