For your admission to the Kunstverein in accordance with the Corona Protection Measurements of North Rhine-Westphalia please note the following information:
For your regular exhibition visit the vaccinated-recovered-rule (“2G-Regel”) applies at the Kölnischer Kunstverein. Please have proof of vaccination or past illness and a valid identification document ready.
The vaccinated-recovered-tested-rule (“3G-Regel”) applies to children and teens under 18. Children up to the age of school entry do not require proof. Students under the age of 16 are considered tested. Students 16 years of age and older are asked to provide school certification. Adults who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons must present a negative rapid test (max. 24 hours old) in addition to a medical certificate.
Registration is also required for guided tours and events. A registration form can be found under the specific event.
Wearing a medical mask and following the regular hygiene measures and minimum distance are still mandatory.
We look forward to welcoming you during our regular opening hours (Tue – Sun from 11am – 6pm) in accordance with current regulations and in compliance with applicable hygiene measures.
For further information and if you have any questions, please contact our staff.
We thank you for your understanding and assistance!
before € 48,00, now € 15,00 (plus € 5,00 shipping fee)
A catalogue of the project Project Migration (2002 – 2006). It accompanies the exhibition of the same name, which took place from 30.09.2005 to 15.06.2006 at the Kölnischer Kunstverein and at two other locations. Numerous illustrations in colour and b/w, texts in German, English and other languages, 869 pages, published by DuMont Literatur und Kunstverlag Köln.
Authors: Ulrich Beck, Diedrich Diederichsen, Helmut Dietrich, Murat Güngör, Tom Holert, Regina Römhild, Saskia Sassen and many others. Publisher: Kölnischer Kunstverein; DOMIT, Documentation Centre and Museum on Migration in Germany; Institute for Cultural Anthropology and European Ethnology at the University of Frankfurt/Main; Institute for Theory of Design and Art; HGK Zurich