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EXHIBITIONS in Remagen

Die Abbildung links zeigt das Gemälde Simultane Kleider von  Sonia Delaunay Simultane Kleider von 1925 Drei unterschiedlich gekleidete Frauen geometrische Formen und kräftige Farben ergeben eine fast abstrakte Komposition Die Abbildung rechts zeigt das lgemälde Judith und Holofernes von Fede Galizia aus dem Jahre 1610 Eine prächtig gekleidet junge schöne Frau hält den abgeschlagenen Kopf des bärtigen Holofernes in der linken Hand Mit gehobenenm Kopf blickt sie  nach links aus dem Bild
Die Abbildung links zeigt das Gemälde Simultane Kleider von  Sonia Delaunay Simultane Kleider von 1925 Drei unterschiedlich gekleidete Frauen geometrische Formen und kräftige Farben ergeben eine fast abstrakte Komposition Die Abbildung rechts zeigt das lgemälde Judith und Holofernes von Fede Galizia aus dem Jahre 1610 Eine prächtig gekleidet junge schöne Frau hält den abgeschlagenen Kopf des bärtigen Holofernes in der linken Hand Mit gehobenenm Kopf blickt sie  nach links aus dem Bild

Maestras. Malerinnen 1500–1900
Vom Mittelalter bis in die Moderne
25.02.2024 - 16.06.2024
Kartenlink
Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck
Di-So/Fei 11-18 h
Hans-Arp-Allee 1, 53424 Remagen
02228-94250


The Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck uses the historic station building and the modern museum building designed by the American architect Richard Meier. Both buildings are connected by a spectacular tunnel and the subsequent elevator tower.

There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces in front of the main entrance to the museum.

To get there, turn right behind the museum car park up the hill (direction Wildpark Rolandseck), then turn right in front of the station building.

Access to the museum is at ground level and stepless. Disabled-accessible cloakrooms/lockers are available in the foyer. 1 disabled toilet is located in the historic station and in the new building.

Folding stools (100) and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed at the cash desk.

Audio guides (80) are available.

For people with hearing impairments who would like to take part in a public tour, hearing amplifiers (80) are available by prior arrangement.

Guided tours and workshops are offered for people with psychological or mental disabilities and for people with dementia.

Tours in sign language and tours for people with hearing impairments can be booked.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.

The gastronomy in the historic train station is barrier-free accessible via the elevator from the foyer.
There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces in front of the main entrance to the museum. To get there, turn right behind the museum car park up the hill (direction Wildpark Rolandseck), then turn right in front of the station building.
From the handicapped parking space you can reach the foyer via a level, step-free access.
There is one disabled toilet each in the historic station and in the new building.
All levels of the museum can be reached barrier-free with the elevator. By train from Koblenz/Remagen
Coming, you will find a barrier-free elevator in the brown clad building in the direction of travel at the far end of the platform.
The gastronomy in the historic train station is barrier-free accessible via the elevator from the foyer.
Guided tours are conducted in sign language upon request
For people with hearing impairments who would like to take part in a public tour, hearing amplifiers (80) are available by prior arrangement and can be borrowed at the cash desk.
80 audio guides are available.
Folding stools (100) and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed at the cash desk. Audio guides (80) are available. For people with hearing impairments who would like to take part in a public tour, hearing amplifiers (80) are available by prior arrangement and can be borrowed at the cash desk.

Specially tailored tours and workshops are offered for people with psychological or mental disabilities and for people with dementia.

Guided tours in sign language and special tours for people with hearing impairments can be booked.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.

All mediation offers can also be booked as integrative tours or workshops for people with and without disabilities.


In cooperation with the Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza in Madrid, the Arp Museum is showing a comprehensive show with works by 51 female painters from important European museums and private collections.

Women have been systematically ignored, excluded or treated as isolated cases in the history of art. International museums are currently rediscovering women artists from the Middle Ages to the modern era and honoring their role in the development of painting. Many of her top-class works have previously hung unseen in museum depots.

The exhibition not only presents artists celebrated in their time, such as Artemisia Gentileschi, Élisabeth Vigée-Le Brun and Mary Cassatt, but also newly discovered masters. They all defied the difficult working conditions and found their own artistic paths. The spectrum ranges from medieval illuminators from nunnery to artists of the Baroque period who learned in their father's workshop, to the pioneers of modernism who stood up for their equal place early on.

Accompanying the exhibition, dialogue tours, workshops, a family workshop and further training for teachers and educators are offered. A catalog accompanies the exhibition.

Image left: Sonia Delaunay, Simultaneous Dresses (Three Women, Shapes, Colors, 1925) © Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid / Photos: Hélène Desplechin, Humberto Durán y José Loren

Image right: Fede Galizia, Judith and Holofernes, ca. 1610 © Palacio Real de La Granja de San Ildefonso, Segovia, Patrimonio Naciona

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Kosmos Arp
Sophie Taeuber-Arp und Hans Arp – ein Künstlerpaar der Avantgarde
14.05.2023 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck
Di-So/Fei 11-18 h
Hans-Arp-Allee 1, 53424 Remagen
02228-94250


The Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck uses the historic station building and the modern museum building designed by the American architect Richard Meier. Both buildings are connected by a spectacular tunnel and the subsequent elevator tower.

There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces in front of the main entrance to the museum.

To get there, turn right behind the museum car park up the hill (direction Wildpark Rolandseck), then turn right in front of the station building.

Access to the museum is at ground level and stepless. Disabled-accessible cloakrooms/lockers are available in the foyer. 1 disabled toilet is located in the historic station and in the new building.

Folding stools (100) and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed at the cash desk.

Audio guides (80) are available.

For people with hearing impairments who would like to take part in a public tour, hearing amplifiers (80) are available by prior arrangement.

Guided tours and workshops are offered for people with psychological or mental disabilities and for people with dementia.

Tours in sign language and tours for people with hearing impairments can be booked.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.

The gastronomy in the historic train station is barrier-free accessible via the elevator from the foyer.
There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces in front of the main entrance to the museum. To get there, turn right behind the museum car park up the hill (direction Wildpark Rolandseck), then turn right in front of the station building.
From the handicapped parking space you can reach the foyer via a level, step-free access.
There is one disabled toilet each in the historic station and in the new building.
All levels of the museum can be reached barrier-free with the elevator. By train from Koblenz/Remagen
Coming, you will find a barrier-free elevator in the brown clad building in the direction of travel at the far end of the platform.
The gastronomy in the historic train station is barrier-free accessible via the elevator from the foyer.
Guided tours are conducted in sign language upon request
For people with hearing impairments who would like to take part in a public tour, hearing amplifiers (80) are available by prior arrangement and can be borrowed at the cash desk.
80 audio guides are available.
Folding stools (100) and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed at the cash desk. Audio guides (80) are available. For people with hearing impairments who would like to take part in a public tour, hearing amplifiers (80) are available by prior arrangement and can be borrowed at the cash desk.

Specially tailored tours and workshops are offered for people with psychological or mental disabilities and for people with dementia.

Guided tours in sign language and special tours for people with hearing impairments can be booked.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.

All mediation offers can also be booked as integrative tours or workshops for people with and without disabilities.





Kiki Smith – Verwobene Welten21.04.2024 - 20.10.2024
Kartenlink
Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck
Di-So/Fei 11-18 h
Hans-Arp-Allee 1, 53424 Remagen
02228-94250


The Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck uses the historic station building and the modern museum building designed by the American architect Richard Meier. Both buildings are connected by a spectacular tunnel and the subsequent elevator tower.

There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces in front of the main entrance to the museum.

To get there, turn right behind the museum car park up the hill (direction Wildpark Rolandseck), then turn right in front of the station building.

Access to the museum is at ground level and stepless. Disabled-accessible cloakrooms/lockers are available in the foyer. 1 disabled toilet is located in the historic station and in the new building.

Folding stools (100) and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed at the cash desk.

Audio guides (80) are available.

For people with hearing impairments who would like to take part in a public tour, hearing amplifiers (80) are available by prior arrangement.

Guided tours and workshops are offered for people with psychological or mental disabilities and for people with dementia.

Tours in sign language and tours for people with hearing impairments can be booked.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.

The gastronomy in the historic train station is barrier-free accessible via the elevator from the foyer.
There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces in front of the main entrance to the museum. To get there, turn right behind the museum car park up the hill (direction Wildpark Rolandseck), then turn right in front of the station building.
From the handicapped parking space you can reach the foyer via a level, step-free access.
There is one disabled toilet each in the historic station and in the new building.
All levels of the museum can be reached barrier-free with the elevator. By train from Koblenz/Remagen
Coming, you will find a barrier-free elevator in the brown clad building in the direction of travel at the far end of the platform.
The gastronomy in the historic train station is barrier-free accessible via the elevator from the foyer.
Guided tours are conducted in sign language upon request
For people with hearing impairments who would like to take part in a public tour, hearing amplifiers (80) are available by prior arrangement and can be borrowed at the cash desk.
80 audio guides are available.
Folding stools (100) and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed at the cash desk. Audio guides (80) are available. For people with hearing impairments who would like to take part in a public tour, hearing amplifiers (80) are available by prior arrangement and can be borrowed at the cash desk.

Specially tailored tours and workshops are offered for people with psychological or mental disabilities and for people with dementia.

Guided tours in sign language and special tours for people with hearing impairments can be booked.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.

All mediation offers can also be booked as integrative tours or workshops for people with and without disabilities.