The exhibition What I like! is about the democratisation and opening up of the museum: it shows the favourite works from the Lütze Collection of various Sindelfingen agents.
In the exhibition RITUAL, the three artists Baptiste Brossard, Helen Dowling and Sara-Lena Maierhofer examine everyday rituals, such as the handshake for greeting, and show that societies need their rituals to identify.
The exhibition Beyond the Pain is dedicated to the universal theme of pain and, above all, how we get over it.
The exhibition sees the clash of two age-old antagonists: darkness and light, with the presentation divided into two sections: Hello darkness, my old friend and Out of the dark, into the light!.
The exhibition project On the Quiet revolves around a parcel, that becomes a vehicle and producer of events.
The group show Utopias in Urban Societies – Identity and History will follow this year‘s Biennial motto "Old City Seeking New Forms".
In 2019, the Bauhaus which is the most important art school of the 20th century, is celebrating its centennial anniversary. Sindelfingen is taking part in this anniversary with an exhibition of the architect Carl Krayl.
Peter Zimmermann (*1956 in Freiburg im Breisgau, lives and works in Cologne) shows his work in a solo exhibition in Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen.
Christian von Borries with„More Human than Human“ in cooperation with Mercedes-Benz Factory Sindelfingen. Within the exhibition #Material4.0...
The industrial and working sector will undergo a transformation in coming years as it is affected by increasing digitalization and the attendant restructuring this brings with it. With the exhibition # Material4.0,...