Boom She Boom

Works from the MMK Collection

19 October 2014 —
14 June 2015

The first exhibition at MMK 2 is dedicated to the women of the MMK Collection.

Film about the exhibition
Isa Genzken. New Works

Film screenings as part of the exhibition "Isa Genzken. New Works"

Meine Großeltern im Bayerischen Wald (My Grandparents in the Bavarian Forest; 1992)
Wednesday, 22 April, 7 pm

Die kleine Bushaltestelle (The Little Bus Stop; 2012)
Wednesday, 13 May 2015, 7 pm

Highlights of the collection

12 September 2014 —
28 September 2015

With more than five thousand works of art from all over the world, the collection of the MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Main provides multifaceted insights into modern and contemporary art.

MMK Shop

Brush robots, tote bags, exhibition catalogues and lots more – the MMK Shop not only carries offbeat products related to the current MMK shows, but also a range of choice accessories and design items.

The Café Élaine at MMK 2 is now open!

John Skoog

Slow Return

28 March 2015 —
31 May 2015

The Baloise Group has been awarding its art prize to young artists every year since 1999. The group moreover purchases workgroups by the prize recipients and gives these artworks to two major European museums.

Gerald Domenig

Exhibition Preparations

21 February 2015 —
31 May 2015

The artist Gerald Domenig (b. 1953), a resident of Frankfurt, has been amassing his extremely extensive archive of drawings and photographs since the 1970s. The exhibition at the MMK 1 will present a selection from his œuvre, which is distinguished by thematic openness on the one hand and formal rigour on the other. 

Isa Genzken

New Works

14 March 2015 —
31 May 2015

Isa Genzken (b. 1948) is one of the most influential women artists of the present. In the spring of 2015, her most recent workgroup will be on view for the first time in Germany at the MMK 1 branch of the MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst. Since the 1970s the sculptor Genzken has developed an artistic stance that, though making reference to Pop Art and Minimalism, has nonetheless brought forth a thoroughly idiosyncratic and unique visual language.