MMK Frankfurt am Main

Until 24th of November: MMK 1 and MMK 3 closed due to construction

The exhibition "I AM A PROBLEM" in the MMK 2 is still open for visit.
Please visit also our shop and infocounter at MMK 1.

We are preparing a new exhibition for you:
A Tale of Two Worlds

The exhibition will be opened 24 November, 8 pm. We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to this occasion!


Trailer. A Tale of Two Worlds


MMK 2

I AM A PROBLEM. Staged by Ersan Mondtag

23 September 2017 —
18 February 2018

Selfie hype, veggie boom, plastic surgery, fitness mania – What’s our problem? In times of grotesque self-optimization and the ubiquitous pressure to achieve, the exhibition I AM A PROBLEM invites you on a journey through the ups and downs of human existence. Presented by theatre director and set designer Ersan Mondtag, the MMK 2 becomes sombre but nevertheless tantalizing parallel realm where works from the MMK collection become protagonists of a narrative and engage in dialogue.


Exhibition Film I AM A PROBLEM


A Tale of Two Worlds. Experimental Latin American Art in Dialogue with the MMK Collection 1940s-1980s

MMK 1

25 November 2017 —
2 April 2018

In one of its largest exhibitions ever the MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Main is collaborating with the Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires (Moderno) in Argentina. The exhibition accommodates over 500 artworks from private and public collections by 100 artists and collectives from Latin America, the United States and Europe.


Lisa Pahlke und Richard Leue

Kopf oder Zahl

MMK 3

For forty years, the Jürgen Ponto-Stiftung has been supporting young artists at the start of their careers. Its partnership with the MMK enables the grant recipients from the area of the visual arts to exhibit their works at the MMK 3. The recipients Richard Leue and Lisa Pahlke come from the Academy of Fine Arts Dresden, where both developed a highly individual artistic style in the course of their studies.

The exploration of line as a space-deining, volume-forming element is characteristic of Lisa Pahlke’s (b. 1987) large-scale works on paper, which spark associations of abstract landscape depictions. Lined up in dense rows, the felt-tip lines yield organic structures suggesting movement and thus challenging
the limits of our perception.

Within the framework of his Ponto grant, Richard Leue (b. 1986) travelled Northern Iraq, where he captured his impressions of the peoples life in di erent ways. His igurative
drawings are like snapshots that provide insights into the living conditions and the conflict-ridden reality of present-day Northern Iraq, which is home to the so-called autonomous Kurdish territory.

Opening: Thursday, 7 December 2017, 7 pm