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Guided tour in English
FINDING VAN GOGH is a podcast series by the Städel Museum in collaboration with Johannes Nichelmann and Jakob Schmidt.Authors and producers Johannes Nichelmann and Jakob SchmidtIdea Sarah OmarProject management Sarah Omar, supervised by Pamela RohdeCommissioning editors Sarah Omar with Anna HuberScholarly support Alexander Eiling, Iris Schmeisser and Chantal EschenfelderTranslation Anna Borrero and Benjamin YatesFilm trailer Jakob Schmidt (director and cinematographer)Media partners Monopol Magazin für Kunst und Leben, Lage der Nation - der wöchentliche Politik-Podcast aus Berlin
She shows why and in which elements of the work Near and Far Eastern influences can be found and raises questions about cultural interaction and appropriation.
Discover the current CLOSE UP “Self & Portrait” on site in the museum or expand your knowledge online with the digital application. In the exhibition space, you can enhance your viewing of the original works of art with the help of texts, the digital application, and our guided tours.
Experience “Art History Online – The Städel Course on Modern Art” – at no cost and exactly when it suits you. Learn about art history and visual studies in a richly varied way as you proceed through the five modules of the course on your computer or tablet at your own pace.
“Shifting Points of View” is an education initiative intended to support thinking and acting in a way that promotes democracy—through an ever-expanding art education programme consisting of discursive guided tours, digital offers, practical art seminars, workshops and much more.
The Städel Museum has developed a wide range of digital offers: Discover our Digitorials®, podcasts, audio guides, films, games and other digital projects.
With the Digitorial® you can prepare for the show in advance with the aid of informative texts, entertaining audio and lots of pictures – at home, in a café, or on the way to the exhibition.