- Inclusiontour in German
- Reservation required
- 3 € plus admission
The young British-Kenyan painter Michael Armitage is one of the most exciting voices in contemporary painting. In his mythically charged and dreamlike oil paintings, he combines East African and European motifs and painting traditions. He draws inspiration from political events, pop culture, folklore and personal memories. With “Paradise Edict” Michael Armitage celebrates his first major presentation in a museum setting and his first show in Germany.
The accessibility tour is designed for hearing-impaired and deaf visitors, whose mother tongue is German sign language, as well as for those who are competent in sign language. Birgit Fehn, an art educator at the Museum Signers, guides you through the exhibition.
During the tour, Birgit Fehn will wear a face shield as a protective measure. Tour participants must wear mouth and nose protection.
People with disabilities with an ID (GDB 50 or more) receive reduced admission; accompanying individuals (ID B) receive free admission. Seating is also available.
Please note the current protection and hygiene measures for your visit.