Ägyptisches Perlennetz aus dem 2. oder 1. Jahrhundert vor Christus, das über einem Sarkophag liegt
Buchkastendeckel, Straßburg, um 1260/70, Museum im Benediktinerstift St. Paul, Foto: Gerfried Sitar

The Treasures of the Monks

Augustinermuseum | 28th November 2020 to 11th April 2021

Foto von Priska von Martin mit zwei von ihr geschaffenen lebensgroßen, rot bemalten Frauenfiguren aus Pappe
Priska von Martin, Königsplatz, Glyptothek,1967/68  © SOS-Kinderdorf e. V. als Rechtsnachfolger im Nachlass Priska von Martin, Foto: Bernhard Dörries

Priska von Martin

Museum für Neue Kunst | 4th April to 6th September 2020

Eine alte Sepia-Fotografie vom Stadtzentrum Freiburgs in der Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts, aufgenommen von Gottlieb Theodor Hase vom Schlossberg. Im Zentrum des Bildes befindet sich das Freiburger Münster.
© Augustinermuseum – Städtische Museen Freiburg, Gottlieb Theodor Hase, Freiburger Münster vom Schlossberg, 1852–1855

Gottlieb Theodor Hase – Freiburg’s first photographer

Augustinermuseum – Haus der Graphischen Sammlung | 21st March to 27th September

© Archäologisches Museum Colombischlössle – Städtische Museen Freiburg, Fragmente eines römischen Mosaiks vom Schloßberg in Freiburg, Foto: Axel Killian

freiburg.archäologie – Life before the founding of the city

Archäologisches Museum Colombischlössle | 28/05/2020 – 11/04/2021


Upcoming

19-02-2020

The Treasures of the Monks

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.

18-02-2020

Priska von Martin

4th April to 6th September 2020

The Museum für Neue Kunst (MNK) is celebrating a rediscovery: Priska von Martin (1912-1982) left an extensive and extremely modern oeuvre to posterity. In her life, she broke new ground and created something extraordinary in what was the male domain of sculpture at that time.

05-02-2020

Gottlieb Theodor Hase – Freiburg’s first photographer

21st March to 27th September

These days we are all photographers – with our mobile phone cameras always at the ready. But what was it like in the 19th century? When Gottlieb Theodor Hase (1818 –1888) started working with a camera, the medium was still new and not everyone was impressed with this technical achievement. Nevertheless Hase managed to establish himself as the first professional photographer in Freiburg. Originally from Erfurt, he even managed to become Baden’s official court photographer.

27-11-2019

freiburg.archäologie – Life before the founding of the city

28/05/2020 – 11/04/2021

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.


 
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