Unique parties with insights into art by young experts, national and international DJs, drinks, food, and an extraordinary atmosphere—all this and more is what the Städel Nights are all about.
Holbein exhibition: the grand party
Celebrate the Northern Renaissance with us and discover what inspired Holbein and his contemporaries in the 16th century to create a new artistic language. Young art experts provide exciting insights into the exhibition “Holbein and the Renaissance in the North” until late into the night.
Dance to energetic house sets by the Frankfurt-based DJ Eileen, followed by pulsating techno from the internationally acclaimed GIGEE, before the British DJ and producer Mark Broom (Rekids, M-Plant//UK)—of Berghain and Boiler Room fame—brings the STÄDEL NIGHT to a climax.
With a deep love for groovy house, enchanting acid, and the 90s Tech House era, Eileen’s sets are an electrifying blend of nostalgia and innovation. Experience an atmosphere filled with unexpected surprises that will keep you dancing. Besides Eileen has been reshaping the underground in Frankfurt, hosting the event series @amorecollab.
Polish-born, Paris-based producer GIGEE’s debut album “Reborn Pulse”, which was released in 2019 on the Berlin label Katermukke, reached the top 100 of the Beatport charts for Melodic House & Techno within just a few days. The self-taught producer has a fresh take on techno, blending elements from the progressive, melodic house and techno genres. GIGEE’s broad musical understanding is reflected in her captivating DJ performances, where she mixes her own tracks with powerful dancefloor gems.
It all started in the summer of ‘89 when he landed in Tenerife on vacation and stumbled across the delights of the emerging sounds of Chicago and Acid House. Returning to the UK, he immediately went in search of this new found music, a pair of turntables were bought and with it a musical career was born. He has also had the pleasure of reworking material from artists such as Robert Hood, Floorplan, Alan Fitzpatrick and Gary Beck. Mark Broom has a myriad of production credits to his name having worked with world renowned labels such as Blueprint Records, Rekids, M-plant, EPM, Cocoon, Bpitch Control, Warp Records and the legendary Ifach with Baby Ford.
In the exhibition
The exhibition is open until 1.00 am
Young art experts offer exciting insights into the Renaissance in the north in the exhibition rooms: The focus is on Augsburg and its artists.
Art Battles: In the eye of the beholder
10 pm (de) & 11 pm (en)
Two guides discuss concepts of beauty in the Renaissance in the North and South.
Supported by: Fraport AG
Underground lines U1, U2, U3, and U8 (to “Schweizer Platz”)
Tram lines 15 and 16 (to “Otto-Hahn-Platz”)
On foot approximately 10 minutes from the central railway station via Holbeinsteg bridge
Please note that there is no special parking for museum visitors directly at the museum. We therefore recommend that you use the nearby multi-storey car parks.
Parking for cars
Multi-storey car parks are located within walking distance of approximately 10 minutes from the museum. Names and addresses:
• Alt-Sachsenhausen: Walter-Kolb-Strasse 16 (B43)
• Am Theater: Willy-Brandt-Platz 5
• Untermainanlage: Untermainanlage 1
Parking for coaches
Reservations for coach parking are not possible. The following coach parks are located in the vicinity of the Städel Museum: map
For security reasons, bags (larger than DIN A4) and jackets must be checked in the cloakroom. In order to avoid unintended contact with the works of art, no articles of clothing may be carried over your arm in the exhibition rooms.
The consumption of food and beverages is not permitted in the exhibition rooms. Beverages may not be taken into the exhibition halls. All such items can be checked in the cloakroom.
The use of photo cameras (without flash) for private purposes is permitted in the permanent exhibition and in the special exhibitions, unless explicitly stated otherwise for specific works. Flashes, additional lighting equipment, tripods, selfie sticks, or other devices are not permitted.
Cameras, audio and video recorders for commercial or publication purposes may only be used with the written permission of the Städel Museum. To obtain permission, please contact our press department () prior to your visit. The commercial use of photographs, audio and video recordings, as well as the use of additional lighting (flash, video lights, etc.), tripods, selfie sticks, or other equipment, requires prior permission from the Städel Museum.
If you would like to acquire images of our works of art and the rights to reproduce them, please contact our agency bpk. This image archive supplies digital data and offers a database for research.