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Colossally successful and hopelessly addicted to gambling: Guido Reni, the star painter of the Baroque, captured divinity on canvas and still captivates us with his eccentric personality today. CLUB DIVINE, the exhibition party at the Städel Museum on 4 February, will celebrate Reni and his art with a night of godly glamour and intoxicating extravagance.
Young art experts will provide suspenseful insights into the exhibition “GUIDO RENI. The Divine” – open till after midnight – and museum education specialists will discuss the artist’s colourful life and work in art battles. Then Frankfurt DJ Richard Oberscheven will sweep us away into his world of electronic beats before TERR from Berlin’s Berghain regales us with danceable ecstasy.
Exhibition: Open till approx. 1.00 am
Art battles: At 10.00 and 11.00 pm
Richard Oberscheven is no stranger to the local music and dance scene. As a dancer he got to know a wide range of different music styles and discovered his passion for 90s house music early on. Whether vocal, deep, or contemporary house – his sets are forceful, playful, and emotional.
A DJ and producer with her own label, Daniela Caldellas – aka TERR – will enrich the evening with electronic sounds. Her unique productions reflect influences from grunge and electroclash to classical disco, acid house, and popular Brazilian music.