MIMIKRY von Kerstin Brätsch in der Rotunde des Fridericianum

05.02.2023 (red) In der Reihe der Interventionen präsentiert das Fridericianum die Arbeit MIMIKRY von Kerstin Brätsch als komplexe, raumgreifende Installation eigens für die Rotunde im Zentrum der Kunsthalle entwickelt. Sie bildet den neuen Rahmen des …

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Museum for Hessian History

23-01-21 | At the beginning of Wilhelmshöher Allee stands the Museum of Hessian History, overlooked by its eye-catching tower. The building with its exhibition rooms was reopened in November 2016 after a general overhaul. During its careful renovation, the historic building fabric was preserved.

Inaugurated in 1913, the building by architect Theodor Fischer (1862-1938) is a mixture of Art Nouveau and Neo-Renaissance elements. During the extensive renovation, part of the original interior decoration was restored.

The roofing of the two inner courtyards opens up a tour for visitors through 300,000 years of (North) Hessian regional and cultural history. The Prehistory and Early History, Decorative Arts and European Ethnology collections are presented on three floors, providing a comprehensive overview from the earliest human settlements to the present day.

For the first time, it is now possible for visitors to climb the tower and enjoy a view over Kassel.

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