27.05.2020
Corona – Regulations in the Weissenhofmuseum
27.05.2020

Due to the corona pandemic, some rules still apply to us, please note them!

A maximum of 15 visitors may stay in the Weissenhof Museum.

Visitors can only be let in and out individually or in pairs. Our entrance situation is very narrow. Please be patient and expect waiting periods.

The distance requirement of at least 1.5 meters applies inside the whole museum.

It is mandatory to wear an everyday mask. If necessary, you can buy masks at the reception.

For further information, please read the following PDF:

Corona rules Weissenhofmuseum_16.10.2020

28.07.2020
Corona – opening times and guided tours Weissenhofmuseum / Weissenhof Estate
28.07.2020

From July 28th 2020 the following opening times apply:

Tuesday – Saturday:            12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday – Sunday, Holidays: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday closed

A maximum of 15 visitors may stay in the Weissenhof Museum.
The distance requirement of at least 1.5 meters applies inside the whole museum.
It is mandatory to wear an everyday mask.

Booking tours in the Weissenhof Estate

Booking tours in divers languages in the Weissenhof Estate will take place again.
Eternal tours with a maximum of 15 participants.
For appointments and the applicable regulations, please contact us at info@weissenhofmuseum.de

Public tours in German in the Weissenhof Estate 

The tour will take place only in German language.
It is an explicit eternal tour. It doesn’t go into any of the Weissenhof houses.

Information on visiting our museum can be found under “Corona regulations” on this website.

11.09.2020
What shall we eat this Time? Exhibition at the Weissenhofwerkstatt
11.09.2020


© Ann-Kathrin Müller & Julia Schäfer

Exhibition at the Weissenhofwerkstatt in the Mies van der Rohe House
September 12 to November 8, 2020
Ann-Kathrin Müller + Julia Schäfer

What Shall We Eat This Time? is an interdisciplinary, artistic research project that will be presented in the Weissenhofwerkstatt at the Weissenhof Estate in Stuttgart. Two cookbooks, Koch schnell und frisch für den Sommertisch (Fast and Fresh Summer Recipes, 1931) und How to Cook in Palestine (1936), were the starting point for this project. Both books were written by Erna Meyer, who in 1927 participated in the Werkbund exhibition The Dwelling in Stuttgart as the home-economics consultant and, due to the fact that she was Jewish, emigrated to Palestine in 1933. The political upheaval in two countries is revealed in the recipes. The formation and transformation of cultural identities through the process of cooking and eating is investigated and challenged in the exhibition.

During the exhibition the picture window of the Weissenhofwerkstatt will be the setting of a video installation that is visible from the outside. Using the form of a community kitchen, the artists Ann-Kathrin Müller and Julia Schäfer will invite the general public to participate in this process and to taste the dishes prepared at four scheduled sessions. The visitors will also be invited to participate in a discussion.
A series of posters that accompanies the sessions of the community kitchen will be available as an edition.

Exhibition opening:
Friday, September 11, 2020, at 7 p.m.
Forecourt of the Weissenhofwerkstatt in the Mies van der Rohe House
Am Weissenhof 20, 70191 Stuttgart

Mandatory registration (limited to 30 visitors)  by September 10, 2020, at: info@whatshallweeatthistime.de

Additional information will be sent by e-mail following registration.

Speakers:
Prof. Barbara Traub, Jewish Religious Community of Württemberg [invited]
Suse Kletzin, chairperson of the Friends of the Weissenhof Estate
Anja Krämer, director of Weissenhof Museum

Accompanying program to the exhibition:
What shall we eat this Time_Accompanying program