Events

24.01. - 31.01.2022
The Weissenhofmuseum is closed for maintenance from January 24th – January 31st
24.01. - 31.01.2022

From Monday, January 24th up to Monday, January 31st, 2022, the Weissenhofmuseum in the Le Corbusier House will be closed.

During this time maintenance and cleaning work will be carried out.

The museum will open again on Tuesday, February 1st, 2022, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., there will be a guided tour in German language through the Weissenhof Estate at 3 p.m.

12.01.2022
Information from January 12th for admission to the Weissenhof Museum
12.01.2022

Due to the pandemic, the Weissenhofmuseum has limited opening hours:

Tues – Sun and on public holidays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed on mondays.

Visit the museum: 2G plus-rule (vaccinated/recovered plus certified rapid test) Excluded: people with a booster vaccination or vaccinated/recovered people who received a second vaccination/infection less than 3 months ago).
Guided tours in the Weissenhofsiedlung (after registration): 2G plus-rule (see above)
The evidence must be submitted digitally and in connection with an official document.

You can check in on site using the Luca App / Corona Warn App, alternatively contact tracking forms are available or can be downloaded here in advance.

From January 12th, 2022, wearing an FFP2 mask is mandatory. Everyday medical masks are no longer sufficient.

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Hygienekonzept Weissenhofmuseum_Stand 11.01.2022

16.10. - 09.01.2022
EXTENDED! Kinder der Moderne / Growing up Modern – Exhibition in the Weissenhofwerkstatt
16.10. - 09.01.2022

Exhibition in the Weissenhofwerkstatt in the Mies van der Rohe House

October 16th – December 19th, 2021  EXTENDED UNTIL JANUARY 9th, 2022

Opening hours:
Sat, 2021-12-25 (First day of Christmas): 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Sun, 2021-12-26 (Second day of Christmas): 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Sat, 2022-01-01 (New Year’s Day): closed
Sun, 2022-01-02: 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Thu, 2022-01-06 (Epiphany): 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Sat, 2022-01-08: 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Sun, 2022-01-09: 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Visit the exhibition: 2G plus-rule (vaccinated/recovered plus certified rapid test) Excluded: people with a booster vaccination or vaccinated/recovered people who received a second vaccination/infection less than 3 months ago).
The evidence must be submitted digitally and in connection with an official document.
You can check in on site using the Luca App / Corona Warn App, alternatively contact tracking forms are available

Film introducing the exhibition on our YouTube channel under the following link:
https://youtu.be/zr9NL0HDtH8

What was it like to grow up in an early Modernist villa or housing estate? Did living in such settings change children’s attitudes? Did these radical environments shape the way they looked at domestic space later in life? Were children in Modernist homes self-conscious about their avant-garde surroundings, or proud of them?

To answer these questions, this exhibition looks directly to a group of four individuals who were as children inhabitants of iconic Modernist homes and housing. Linking the spaces of Modern domesticity with the recollections of those who lived there provides a refreshing perspective on icons of Modernism in architecture.

Rolf Fassbaender lived from 1927 to 1939 in one of the J.J.P. Oud designed row houses in the Weissenhofsiedlung Stuttgart.
Ernst Tugendhat spent from 1930 eight years in Mies van der Rohe’s Tugendhat house in Brno.
Helga Zumpfe, née Schminke, lived for 15 years in the Schminke house in Löbau, built by Hans Scharoun.
Gisèle Moreau moved to Le Corbusier’s Unité d’Habitation in Marseille in 1953 and still lives there today.

The oral histories collected by the curators Julia Jamrozik and Coryn Kempster, are complemented by their contemporary atmospheric photography taken to resonate with the childhood memories of the inhabitants.

Exhibition opening:
Friday, October 15th, 2021 at 7 p.m.
In the Weissenhofwerkstatt in the Mies van der Rohe House
Am Weissenhof 20, 70191 Stuttgart

Registration required (the number of participants is limited) by October 14th, 2021 at: jehle@weissenhofmuseum.de
A certificate is required.

Speakers:
Anja Krämer, director of the Weissenhof Museum in the Le Corbusier House
Julia Jamrozik & Coryn Kempster, curators of the exhibition

Transmission of the opening and introduction to the exhibition via zoom with the following link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84593128211?pwd=YzdEb1VZaEZKNW5jcCtxdFV0N2VYdz09

For technical reasons, no interaction is possible and we ask all participants to keep their microphones off. Please pin the participant “Weissenhofmuseum” so that you can watch the broadcast without any disruptions.

Accompanying program:

Thursday, November 18th, 2021, 7 p.m.
Digital lecture (in English) with Julia Jamrozik and Coryn Kempster about the “project” Growing up Modern.
The link to the lecture follows.

24.12.2021
Opening times on public holidays
24.12.2021

On public holidays the Weissenhof Museum is open as follows:
Friday, 2021-12-24 (Christmas Eve): closed
Saturday, 2021-12-25 (First day of Christmas): 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday, 2021-12-26 (Second day of Christmas): 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Friday, 2021-12-31 (New Year’s Eve): 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday, 2022-01-01 (New Year’s Day): closed
Thursday, 2022-01-06 (Epiphany): 11 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Outside of public holidays, the following opening times apply:
Tuesday – Sunday: 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
closed on mondays

Guided tours in German language in the Weissenhof Estate take place at the following times:
sundays and Public holidays: 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
on all other days: 3 p.m.

Visit the museum: 2G plus-rule (vaccinated/recovered plus certified rapid test) Excluded: people with a booster vaccination or vaccinated/recovered people who received a second vaccination/infection less than 3 months ago).
Guided tours in the Weissenhofsiedlung (after registration): 2G plus-rule (see above)
The evidence must be submitted digitally and in connection with an official document.

You can check in on site using the Luca App / Corona Warn App, alternatively contact tracking forms are available or can be downloaded here in advance.

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25.11.2021
Corona Alarm Level plus in Baden-Württemberg
25.11.2021

From November 25th, 2021, the 2G Plus rule will apply to our guided outdoor tours in the Weissenhofsiedlung! If you would like to take part in a tour, please submit a certified daily negative rapid test as well as an official document in addition to your (digital) vaccination or recovering proof.

The 2G rule still applies to visit the museum. You get admission 

• if you are fully vaccinated.
• if you have recovered from Covid-19 disease.

The (digital) proof must be confirmed by submitting an official document.

Children under 6 years of age are exempt from the 2G / 2G plus rule. Children from the age of 6 and schoolchildren up to the age of 17 either, they only need to present a student ID.

You can check in on site using the Luca app or Corona Warn app, alternatively a contact tracking form is available, which must be completed in full. To avoid waiting times, you can download the form here and fill it in and bring it with you.

We reserve the right to continue to limit the maximum number of visitors who are allowed to be in the museum at the same time to 15 people. Admission is regulated by a traffic light function.

A medical mask must still be worn in the museum and on the platform and a distance of 1.5 meters must be maintained.

Guided tours in German language continue to only take place (after registration) in the Weissenhofsiedlung, the 2G plus rule applies here (see above)

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17.11.2021
Corona Alarm Level in Baden-Württemberg
17.11.2021

From November 17th, 2021, the corona alarm level will apply in Baden-Württemberg. We look forward to your visit, in the Weissenhofmuseum applies the 2G rule. You get admission 

• if you are fully vaccinated.
• if you have recovered from Covid-19 disease.

Children under 6 years of age are exempt from the 2G rule. Children from the age of 6 and schoolchildren either, they only need to present a student ID.

You can check in on site using the Luca app or Corona Warn app, alternatively a contact tracking form is available, which must be completed in full. To avoid waiting times, you can download the form here and fill it in and bring it with you.

We reserve the right to continue to limit the maximum number of visitors who are allowed to be in the museum at the same time to 15 people. Admission is regulated by a traffic light function.

A medical mask must still be worn in the museum and on the platform and a distance of 1.5 meters must be maintained.

Guided tours in German language continue to only take place (after registration) in the Weissenhofsiedlung, the 2G rule also applies here.

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18.11.2021
Digital lecture with Julia Jamrozik & Coryn Kempster: “Kinder der Moderne – Growing up Modern”
18.11.2021

© Jamrozik/Kempster, VG Bildkunst, Bonn

Thursday, November 18th, 2021, 7 p.m.:
Digital lecture as part of our special exhibition: “Kinder der Moderne – Growing up Modern”

Julia Jamrozik and Coryn Kempster, the curators of the current exhibition at the Weissenhofwerkstatt, will discuss the oral history research project which documents the memories of children who were the first inhabitants of some of the most iconic Modernist buildings: the J.J.P. Oud row house at the Weissenhofsiedlung, the Mies van der Rohe Tugendhat House, the Schminke House by Hans Scharoun and Le Corbusier’s Unité d’Habitation in Marseille. Sharing their contemporary photographs as well as fragments of recollections from former inhabitants, the lecture expands on the materials displayed in the exhibition and provides intimate narratives of Modernism in architecture.

Greetings and introduction: Anja Krämer, head of the Weissenhofmuseum
The lecture will be held in English and last 45 minutes. After that there is still time for questions.

Zoom-Link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85385776469?pwd=aGhrYXY2MGZxWEtONmVKMXBHcUVnZz09

03.11.2021
Corona Warning Level in Baden-Württemberg
03.11.2021

From November 3rd, the corona warning level will apply in Baden-Württemberg. We look forward to your visit, you get admission to the Weissenhof Museum

• if you are fully vaccinated.
• if you have recovered from Covid-19 disease.
• with a negative, certified PCR test that is not older than 48 hours. Rapid test are no longer valid as a proof.

Children under 6 years of age are exempt from the obligation to test. Children from the age of 6 and schoolchildren do not have to present a test either, they only need to present a student ID.

You can check in on site using the Luca app or Corona Warn app, alternatively a contact tracking form is available, which must be completed in full. To avoid waiting times, you can download the form here and fill it in and bring it with you.

We reserve the right to continue to limit the maximum number of visitors who are allowed to be in the museum at the same time to 15 people. Admission is regulated by a traffic light function.

A medical mask must still be worn in the museum and on the platform and a distance of 1.5 meters must be maintained.

Guided tours in German language continue to only take place (after registration) in the Weissenhofsiedlung, the 3G rule also applies here, but a certified negative rapid test that is no older than 24 hours is sufficient outdoors. If you would like to visit the museum after a guided tour, the above rules apply.

11. - 17.10.2021
Extended!!! brāhha – Temporary installation on the Bruckmannweg 10 in the Weissenhof Estate
11. - 17.10.2021


© Julia Schäfer, Ann-Kathrin Müller, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2021

Extended until 17th of October 2021 — As part of the CURRENT Festival Stuttgart and on behalf of the Friends of the Weissenhofsiedlung e.V., the temporary installation brāhha by Ann-Kathrin Müller and Julia Schäfer will be on view on Bruckmannweg 10 in the Stuttgart Weissenhofsiedlung from September 11th to 19th, 2021.
The installation is freely accessible round the clock.
If you want to listen to the texts without visiting the installation, you can call on telephone number 0711-25 29 95 01 free of charge.

brāhha is an inspection in eleven text miniatures about the fallow land and what thrives from it, about geological layers and the history of time. Via walkways, visitors are led to the overgrown property at Bruckmannweg 10 in the Weissenhof Estate and are guided through an audio walk using their own mobile phone. It contains the remains of the building by the Stuttgart architect Richard Döcker, which was destroyed in the Second World War. brāhha reflects on the effects of the war on the European (urban) landscape from a feminist perspective.
The word brāhha derives from the Old High German and means breaking up, the first plowing of the field.
The research-based project by the artists Ann-Kathrin Müller and Julia Schäfer will be realized together with the author Judith Engel, the industrial designer team anima ona and the graphic designer Maximilian Haslauer and Alina Derya Yakaboylu.

Opening:
September 10th, 2021, 7–10 p.m.
Bruckmannweg 10, Weissenhofsiedlung
Greetings and introduction: Suse Kletzin, chairperson Freunde der Weissenhofsiedlung e.V.
A herbal ice tea with herbs from the field Bruckmannweg 10 is served, made by the ceramic and tea specialist Lena Grasler.
No registration is required.

Accompanying program:
September 12th, 2021, 8 p.m.:
On the Open Monument Day, the installation will be accompanied by a film program in the Atelier am Bollwerk in Stuttgart. On display are “N.N.” (FRG, 1969) by Ottomar Domnick and “Martha” (GDR, 1978) by Jürgen Böttcher. More information and tickets: https://arthaus-kino.de/filme/sonderprogramm/  
September 14th, 2021, 6 p.m.:
The artists invite you to an architecture tour with the collection manager Vera Romeu in the Villa Domnick in Nürtingen. Tickets with prior registration: stiftung@domnick.de

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17.08.2021
Information from August 16th for admission to the Weissenhof Museum
17.08.2021

According to the new Corona regulation of the state of Baden-Württemberg, the following applies from August 16, 2021:

You get admission to the Weissenhof Museum

• if you are fully vaccinated.
• if you have recovered from Covid-19 disease.
• with a negative, certified corona test that is not older than 24 hours. Please come already tested, we don’t have a test station

Children under 6 years of age are exempt from the obligation to test. Children from the age of 6 and schoolchildren do not have to present a test either, they only need to present a student ID.

A contact form must be completed for each person prior to entry. To avoid waiting times, you can download the form here and fill it in and bring it with you.

We reserve the right to continue to limit the maximum number of visitors who are allowed to be in the museum at the same time to 15 people.

Admission is regulated by a traffic light function.

A medical mask must still be worn in the museum and on the platform and a distance of 1.5 meters must be maintained.

Our regular opening times apply: Tues – Fri 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat, Sun & public holidays 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., closed on Mondays.

Guided tours in German language continue to only take place in the Weissenhofsiedlung. No GGG certificate is required for this.

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