Michael Dilger | Hermann Dischler | Dionys Ganter | Hermann Heinrich Josef Goebel | Franz Xaver Gräßel | Wilhelm Gustav Friedrich Hasemann | Karl Hauptmann | Julius Heffner | Karl Heilmann | Heinrich Hoffmann | Friedrich Kallmorgen | Ferdinand Keller | Johann Baptist Kirner | Fritz Kohlund | Christian Adam Landenberger | Johann Baptist Laule | Joseph Henri Francois van Lerius | Max Lieber | Curt Liebich | Emil Lugo | Sebastian Luz | Ida Maier | Fritz Reiss | Max Wilhelm Roman | Karl Roux | Auguste Schepp | Karl Schuster | Paul Segisser | Vitus Staudacher | Hans Thoma | Dominik Weber | Franz Xaver Winterhalter | Georg Michael Zimmermann | Ludwig Zorn
26/03/2019 – 27/09/2019
Wildlife in the Centre of Conflict broaches the issue that the politics in the Middle East conflict is failing, but creates an unexpectedly 'positive' dimension for the local wildlife. … More …
04/05/2019 – 01/09/2019
Local scenes during the 19th century by Johann Martin Morat. Johann Martin Morat captured impressions of his Baden homeland in delicate yet radiantly clear colours: He travelled between the Black Forest, Breisgau and Markgräflerland via the Upper Rhine area but also visited the regions of Lake Constance and the bordering areas of Switzerland.… More …
13/04/2019 – 08/09/2019
For a new edition of the series Freundschaftsspiel | Friendly Game, diverse works ranging from classical modernism to the present day will engage in a dialogue with one another. … More …
08/06/2019 – 02/02/2020
Sunshine, palm-fringed beaches and azure-blue sea: the travel reports of famous explorers and the portraits of artists still convey the image of the South Sea as a paradise on earth. … More …
23/11/2019 – 04/10/2020
Information about how the town of Freiburg emerged and developed is to be found not only in documents and files but also in the earth. Archaeological items from underground create direct access to the living worlds of people from times past. On the occasion of Freiburg's 900th anniversary, the town's museums in collaboration with the State Office for Monument Preservation are presenting for the first time an overview of the archaeological research into the history of Freiburg over the past 150 years, from its beginnings up to the 2. World War.
26/10/2019 – 16/02/2020
by Museum für Neue Kunst
28/09/2019 – 15/03/2020
Hermann Scherer was one of the most important Expressionists in Switzerland. His paintings, prints and wood sculptures engage with great emotions: love and passion, anxiety, loneliness and despair, surprise and happiness. Inspired by Edvard Munch and his collaboration with his fellow artist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, he developed a new, powerful language of form. His pictures give expression to internal tensions and longings in lush, bright colours.