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FRM | Events | Rentrée

TOUR D’HORIZON OF THE ART

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In France, transitioning from summer to fall is couched in a beautiful collective experience called la rentrée. Meaning ‘the return’, it refers to a shared reawakening following the summer months and holidays. FrankfurtRheinMain, too, has its rentrée. Theatres are starting the season with an open house day, where people can look behind the scenes and get sneak previews. Oper and Schauspiel Frankfurt will start on September 1, while Mousonturm is marking its rentrée with a festival: Unfuck my future. How to live together in Europe. The visual arts are likewise preparing to kick off the season. Frankfurt’s galleries have organised a small festival and weekend of openings clustered around Fahrgasse. This gives way to the big museum openings of fall 2019, to feature three artists from three epochs: Rembrandt’s etchings (Darmstadt), Making Van Gogh (Städel) and Lee Krasner (Schirn). One last tip: many Frankfurt museums offer free admission on the last Saturday of the month.

FRM | Exhibitions | Summer Edition

From New Frankfurt to Bengal Stream

There are over 100 museums in the region with a wide range of exhibitions throughout the year. The following is just a small selection of the overall offer. Summer Edition.

Exhibitions | Summer Edition | Frankfurt Rhein Main

FRM | Exhibitions | Summer / Autumn

From Bengal Stream to Van Gogh

Exhibitions | Autumn Edition | Frankfurt Rhein Main

FRM | Exhibitions | Spring Edition

From Titian to New Frankfurt

There are over 100 museums in the region with a wide range of exhibitions throughout the year. The following is just a small selection of the overall offer. Spring Edition.

Exhibitions | Spring Edition | Frankfurt Rhein Main

F | Exhibitions | Bauhaus

The Living Bauhaus

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Weissenhof, Oskar Schlemmer and the Triadic Ballet, Mart Stam and the cantilever chair: three artists, three works, one name: Bauhaus. The famous institute for architecture, arts and design was founded in Weimar 100 years ago. Although Dessau and Weimar were home to the academy of this new modernity, it was in Frankfurt where many of the ideas and concepts were implemented. For this “New Frankfurt”, city planner Ernst May and architects like Friedrich Kramer and Martin Elsaesser created a form of social and modern housing with revolutionary ideas such as the Frankfurt kitchen or Frankfurt bathroom. Design assumed social responsibility. Walking through May‘s settlements is an easy way to explore living Bauhaus. In commemoration of the 100th anniversary, Frankfurt will also hold three extraordinary exhibitions.