Frankfurt has a long history of fine arts. The art galleries here are very unique. With people from modern and contemporary art galleries, the entire fine arts are quite large, and there are many good things.
The opening hours of the art gallery are very limited every day. It is not open all day. The visit here can be based on the floor. The art works are very modern. The writers are mainly contemporary and German, and the taste is good.
Just near the Frankfurt Cathedral, there is a very modern art corridor leading to it. The whole building is full of modern art smell, especially its hall, which is not used regularly. The lack of reflective glass can make people produce An illusion. Among the visitors to this art gallery, there are many locals in Germany, and most of them are Germans who brought their own elderly and children to the family. The domestic tour groups who came to visit by themselves were very Less. Tickets are not cheap, they cost 12 euros, and local tickets in Frankfurt are more expensive. If you come out of the cathedral, you can stop by.
The Schirn is Frankfurt's modern art museum. It is located on the historical centre of the city in a new building that provides well curated special exhibitions as well as displays the permanent collection.
Modern art venue on altstadt area. I found it a bit pricey since there is no permanent exhibit and they charge extra for whatever is on display. It's not a large museum
This art gallery is full of modern art, giving people a feeling of the soul of modern art.
Recently, there are two main exhibitions in Lili: Richard Gerstl's painting exhibition and (until May 14th) and rénemagritte's exhibition (until June 5th). Tickets can be bought individually or together. After watching Richard's exhibition, I feel that the artist is really paranoid, but unfortunately he died early. But some early paintings are still very brushwork