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Art & Culture

The Cultural Scene in Baden-Baden

Art and culture lovers can find a vibrant cultural scene with lots of museums, concerts and events in Baden-Baden. Opera, cabaret, modern art, jazz music or pop concert? Baden-Baden is not just home to major institutions such as the Festival Hall, Kurhaus or Museum Frieder Burda. Many smaller stages, exhibitions and events create a lively cultural scene in the city.

CRIMINAL WOMEN

Exhibition

Kulturhaus LA8

A history of female "criminality"

Until 28.02.2024

When tomorrow comes | Nicolas Party

Art exhibition

Museum Frieder Burda

The Swiss artist Nicolas Party moves consistently between extremes in the spectrum of painting. On the one hand, his paintings and pastel drawings are exclusively associated with the classical genres of still life, landscape and portrait. On the other hand, there are his monumental and immersive murals, which he paints directly onto the walls in a site-specific manner and which thus only ever exist for the duration of their exhibition. The subjects of his pictorial worlds do not conceal their art-historical influences, from the Middle Ages to Italian pastel painting to painterly positions of the 19th and 20th centuries.

Sarkis: 7 days, 7 nights

Exhibition

State Art Gallery

The Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden is dedicating a comprehensive solo exhibition to the internationally renowned conceptual artist Sarkis (born 1938 in Istanbul, lives and works in Paris), whose works have a deep social reference that calls for a fusion of practices and cultures.

Frida: my secrets

Art exhibition

Art museum Gehrke-Remund

New exhibition with many surprises and secrets of the life and work of Frida Kahlo. 

More than 100 Frida Kahlo paintings are shown, along with photographs, clothes, jewellery, furniture and much more. 

Shine a light!

Lichtentaler Allee winds through charming parkland to the city’s major art locations, allowing you to imitate a 19th century flâneur: “strolling slowly and with no particular goal”. Alternatively, you can plunge into the art world with all your senses – and even get actively involved. Delve into Baden-Baden’s living past. Meander through the town’s gardens running adjacent to the Museum Mile.