OpenTuesday → Sunday 10:00h → 17:00h
Thursday 10:00h → 20:00h
EntreeAdults → € 8,-
Reduced → € 5,-
Groups (min. 8 persons) → € 5,- pp
-21 years and every Thursday → free admission
The LUDWIG FORUM AACHEN is a multi-genre house for international contemporary art. Its basis is the art collection of Peter and Irene Ludwig that comprises key works of American Pop Art, Photo Realism and European art from the beginning 1960s to the present. This is the starting point for an attractive exhibition program. Art education offers many activities and guided tours for all ages and types of groups, available in Dutch, French and English. Contact: Karl-Heinz Jeiter +49 241 1807 115, Email: Karl-Heinz.Jeiter@mail.aachen.de
A look back at developments in the computer culture since the mid-1990s with focus on the relationship between interactive art games and artistic modes of play.
LUFORM. THE DESIGN DEPARTMENT presents current design objects and products from the Meuse-Rhine Euroregion. Continuously changing, the exhibition presents new constellations, introduces new designers and their products, and experiments with different display formats. The spectrum ranges from innovative furniture, offbeat jewelry and unusual home accessories through to fascinating objects of everyday use. A selection of the products on show can be purchased in the museum shop. In cooperation with and curated by Designmetropole Aachen.
When the lead figures of the FLUXUS-movement, such as Joseph Beuys, Wolf Vostell and Robert Filliou, took the stage at the Audimax of the Technical University, the performative avant-garde art arrived in Aachen with a bang. The initiator of the provocative action was the cultural speaker of the student council – Valdis Abolinš (1939-1984). More info here.
1968 – there is hardly any other year of the 20th century of such symbolic and iconic status, so full of myths, associations, prejudices and emotions. The 1960s were not only the most innovative decade in art but many social developments were initiated during this decade as well, from which we still profit today. More info here.
Opening of the new exhibition VALDIS ABOLINŠ AND HOW FLUXUS CAME TO AACHEN in the Ludwig Forum at 20h.
Every Sunday the Ludwig Forum offers a guided tour through the current exhibition at 15:00h, while child care is available in the workshop. Theme of this Sundays Tour: Highlights of the Collection