From 31/10/2020 until 31/01/2021
With his narrative representations and playful new creations, the Dutch engraver and painter Hendrik Goltzius (1558-1617) already made a name for himself during his lifetime. Unlike many of his contemporaries, this all-round talent worked simultaneously as a designer, engraver and publisher. His Roman heroes, goddesses and angels pay homage to the human body and radiate a dynamic force. The show is a co-operation with the Georg-August University Göttingen.
From 03/10/2020 until 07/03/2021
In the digital, capitalist consumer society, love has become a tradable commodity. The exhibition examines intimate relationships in the age of internet, social media and increasing mobility - the age of so-called "cold intimacies". What is threatening love? What could be a way out of emotional sterility and loneliness? Curator Katerina Gregos realises this project for the Freiburger Museum für Neue Kunst and the Kunsthalle Tallinn.
20th June 2020 – 10th January 2021
In the hearts of the city and its people for 125 years: Freiburg’s oldest museum is celebrating an anniversary – time to spill the beans and take a look behind the scenes. Experts, artists and friends introduce 125 exciting, surprising, critical, amusing or a very personal perspectives on 41 objects in the Natural history and Ethnological collection.
28th November 2020 to 11th April 2021
Crowning achievements of art and milestones of the early sciences: the Benedictine Abbey of Saint Blaise developed into an internationally renowned place of research during its almost thousand year history and built up a superb art collection.
13/09/2020 – 29/08/2021
People settled in the region even before the town was founded. The Archäologisches Museum Colombischlössle is dedicated to their stories and the relationship of the city to its surrounding regions.