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Established in 1984, the Fotografie Forum Frankfurt or the FFF has been a leading promoter of photography as a visual medium of communication. This gallery was aimed at creating a framework where they promoted photographs of the best quality to voracious art lovers. This is done in the form of workshops, seminars, publications, symposiums, exhibitions, lectures etc. where they stress on the importance of photographs and the evolution of this medium. New exhibitions are regularly held here, and it's a must-visit for photography enthusiasts.
Designed by Hans Hollein, the Museum für Moderne Kunst (Museum of Modern Art) is among the most important in Frankfurt and is known to locals as Das Tortenstück ("the slice of cake") due to its triangular shape. The unconventional yet elegantly designed building reflects the style of contemporary art and enriches Frankfurt's architectural landscape. The focal point is a naturally-lit, glass-vaulted hall covering two floors, from which staircases lead to the exhibition's upper floors. The nucleus of the collection comes from Darmstadt industrialist Karl Ströher and includes works by American artists such as Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol. Exhibits are rotated biannually and often include works and projects by new artists. A glass-fronted cafeteria is located on the ground floor.
The Städel Museum holds a number of art exhibitions every week. You can find exquisite art exhibitions featuring old masters like Caravaggio, Michelangelo as well as contemporary regional artists. The permanent collection includes works by the likes of Renoir, Botticelli, Rembrandt, extending from the medieval age to the contemporary era. Admire the numerous sculptures, art installations and photography collections on display as you explore themes like nature, history, religion, violence and love. The museum also houses a bookshop, a café and a library. Various seminars, events and workshops are organized throughout the year. Guided tours are available.