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Julia Stoschek Collection in Düsseldorf

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he JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION is one of the world’s most comprehensive private collections of time-based art. The collection is dedicated to the public presentation, advancement, conservation, and scholarship of media and performance practices.

With over 860 artworks by 282 artists from around the world, the collection’s contemporary focus is rooted in artists’ moving image experiments from the 1960s and 1970s. Exhibits are open to the public in Berlin and Düsseldorf.

Since its foundation in 2002, the JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION is devoted to collecting, conserving, and presenting time-based art. It fosters intellectual independence and strives to reflect and envision the dynamic world we live in. It is therefore both their privilege and responsibility to produce exhibitions, public programs, and publications. All present a multitude of perspectives and voices, reflecting the diversity and dynamism of the social, cultural, and technological changes of our time.

Furthermore, the JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION is committed to sustaining the special character and values of this institution, saving them for future generations.

Words Julia Stoschek Collection, edited Vincent Green, Sep 16 2020

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Schanzenstrasse 54
40549 Düsseldorf

+49 211 585 8840

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EXHIBITIONS IN DÜSSELDORF

Art venues and museums in Düsseldorf regularly present selections of their fine pieces in well arranged exhibitions. Regular exhibits also include fascinating or rare works from across the globe with loaned art and artefacts.

Sandy beach, water and 2 women

BEACHES IN DÜSSELDORF

To the surprise of newly arrived expats, some sections of the Rhine in Düsseldorf offer numerous beaches on both banks. The fine sand and shingle are ideal for walking, playing, relaxing and picnicking. Especially on warm and sunny summer days, people flock to enjoy the river. 

Society & Folk

Society and folk in Germany is often hotly debated and opinions divided. However, anyone who has experienced the hospitality offered in this culture knows more. Germans are more laid back than first meets the eye. Life in Germany as a whole and Düsseldorf especially is peaceful.