Das Petunien-Gemetzel
© Klaus Pichler
The Petunia Carnage

Klaus Pichler: The Petunia Carnage

Opening Sunday, June 30th, 11.30 a.m.
In May 1990, 30,700 genetically modified petunias have been planted on the premises of the Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research in Cologne. The plants had been given a maize-gene, turning the petunias’ petals salmon-coloured instead of white. This was the first time in Germany, that… further information
Hans-Christian Schink: Unter Wasser
© Hans-Christian Schink
Unter Wasser #17

Hans-Christian Schink: Under Water

Opening: Sunday, July, 2024, 11:30 a.m.
"Under Water" is both a radical break and a consistent continuation of Hans-Christian Schink’s previous work. Known for his precisely composed large-format photographs, his new body of work constitutes a radical change in his photographic method because he accepts chance as a factor in… further information
M L Casteel, aus der Serie American Interiors, Untitled, 2014
M L Casteel, from the series: American Interiors, Untitled (Gun & Hamburger), Archival Pigment Print, 2014


HOME AGAIN. Migration | Home | Memory
The world is undergoing a process of transformation, resulting in an increasing number of crises. Due to globalization, climate change, technological developments, wars, and their far-reaching consequences, as well as political and demographic changes, familiar structures vanish without being… further information
Außer der Reihe

Radio Garden

If you always wanted to listen in on radio programmes from all over the world — welcome to Radio Garden. Forget the distance between sender and receiver, Radio Garden knows no geographical or man-made barriers.

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Subterranean! Hidden underneath the Minster Square. Visitors in the Exhibition
In the Exhibition


Hidden underneath the Minster Square
The Minster Square is the perceived centre of Ulm. It's where people left behind traces of their respective civilisations. These traces, which that are more than four millennia old, are much older than the Minster itself. Archaeologists found them when they studied the excavation pit and the… further information
Bronze portrait busts of Hans and Sophie Scholl, created by Otl Aicher. Photo: SP / Stadthaus
Foto: SP/Stadthaus
Bronze busts of Hans and Sophie Scholl, created by Otl Aicher
100 Jahre Otl Aicher

Hans and Sophie Scholl

Busts, createt by Otl Aicher
If you ascend the stairs to the first floor at the Stadthaus, you encounter two bronze busts: the effigies of Hans and Sophie Scholl. The siblings were partisans of the resistance group "Die Weiße Rose" (the white rose), who were sentenced to death and executed at the prison in Munich-… further information