10 am – 5 pm
Corona Alert Level II
as of November 24, 2021, the so-called Corona alert level II of the state of Baden-Württemberg will apply with regard to COVID-19: Visitors to our exhibitions must prove that they have been vaccinated or have recovered. Visitors to events and guided tours must additionally present a negative antigen or PCR test.
We are looking forward to your visit!
As I Want
Wednesday, 8 December, 7 pm
Powerful film about the struggle for liberation and emancipation, followed by a discussion with Palestinian director Samaher Alqadi and gender consultant Besan Jaber. Live at the museum and online!
LindenLAB 4 highlights the deeply ambivalent facets of German-Afghan relations in the past and present.
What lies behind an object, behind an exhibition hall, behind a museum, behind a voice? Argentine author and artist Giuliana Kiersz, 2020/21 fellow at Akademie Schloss Solitude, has created Un museo, a poetic and feminist audio-guide for thinking the Linden-Museum.
We actively and self-critically face our past and take the responsibility for the museum's collection holdings very seriously. We are open to requests for restitution from relatives and representatives of the communities of origin.
LindenLAB 5 deals with the relationships between people, objects and the institution museum. How are these relationships formed and how can they be changed?
LindenLAB 2 deals with new ways of provenance research and their mediation.
Following the principle of the laboratory, we develop and test new forms of museum knowledge production, mediation, and presentation in eight LindenLABs. Follow our blog.
Highlands of Myanmar
Together with representatives of indigenous cultural initiatives from Myanmar’s Karenni region, LindenLAB 1 experimented with new forms of sharing knowledge and resources and of working together.
In our new video series, curator Dr. Sandra Ferracuti presents a sculpture by the Mozambican artist Samson Makamo.
Ritual spirituality in the Philippine Cordilleras: Learn more about the cordilleran cultural landscape by exploring the ancestral domains and related practices and objects.
"Taking Care - Ethnographic and World Cultures Museums as Spaces of Care": The EU cooperation project of 13 European partners including our museum is scheduled for four years.
Netsuke are miniature carvings that were worn by Japanese men as belt toggels from the 17th to the 19th century. The netsuke collection of the Linden-Museum comprises more than 800 objects, the majority of which came to the museum in 1966 as foundaton of the industrialists Christian and Anna Trumpf.
The Association of the Many, DIE VIELEN, aims to strengthen opportunities for communication and action amongst artists, ensembles and agents within the performing arts and the fine arts. We are part of it.