History and tradition
The Badisches Landesmuseum (Baden State Museum) in Karlsruhe, located in the Baden region of the state of Baden-Württemberg, is one of the most active museums in Germany. It is conceived as an all-in-one museum in which exhibitions covering the historical development of Baden's culture, art, politics, and society are combined in one major collection.
Between Light and Darkness
The photographs of the Iranian artist Nooshin Shafiee show the poetic nuances between day and night - titled with the Persian metaphor for the elapsing darkness: Daaj. Engaging with dualisms of male and female, black and white, light and darkness, articulating oneself in ambiguity instead of...
Emperor and Sultan
Neighbours in the Heart of Europe 1600-1700
For the first time, the Grand State Exhibition is addressing historical and cultural linkages in East-Central and South-Eastern Europe. At the heart of the exhibition is the world renowned "Karlsruher Türkenbeute" (a trophy collection from the 17th-century Turkish wars). The exhibition focuses on...
Animals and Us
Man’s best friend, reliable companion, useful helper, sacrificial animal, or source of raw materials: The animal takes on many roles and functions within the cultural history of humans. The volunteers' exhibition "HumANimal – Animals and Us" shows the ambivalences in the human-animal-relationship...
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