Closed - but open MKdW-TV

Our current exhibitions SEA PIECES. Facts and Fiction as well as SEASCAPES. From the Romantic Period to Classical Modernism can now be experienced online! With MKdW-TV, you can enter the world of both shows. Watch our research associates, our director and others present works from the exhibition Sea pieces in a number of short films. Artists too, including Jessica Backhaus, Tobias Kappel and Sven Drühl, will be presenting their works from a personal point of view in video interviews. Above and beyond this, we will be preparing further events using the hashtag #closedbutopen, sharing a sense of joyful anticipation with art enthusiasts and fans of the island of Föhr as we await the reopening of the MKdW.



"We miss you very much!"

Prof. Dr. Wolff-Thomsen on the current situation, March 27




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George Christodoulides, Das Unerreichbare


Aus dem Katatog zur Ausstellung SEE STÜCKE. Fakten und Fiktion







Tobias Kappel, Schwarzmeer, 2014/2019


In der Ausstellung SEE STÜCKE. Fakten und Fiktion






Meine Unterwasserwelt


Besucht unsere Kids-Online-Seite! Hier gibt es jedes Wochenende eine neue Mitmach-Aktion.





Moritz Hirsch, Q8 (Kuwait), 2012


In der Ausstellung SEE STÜCKE. Fakten und Fiktion


Moritz Hirsch, Q8 (Kuwait), 2012, Pigmentdruck auf Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth, kaschiert auf Aluminium Dibond , 114 x 164 cm, Courtesy the artist





Charles Pétillon, Igloo 2 (Invasion), 2013


Charles Pétillon, Igloo 2 (Invasion), 2013, Pigment print, 111 x 145 cm, Courtesy Galerie Danysz





Astrid Busch, sur mer, 2018


Astrid Busch, sur mer, 2018, Installation, digital print on satin, archival pigment print, Courtesy the artist and Galerie Rupert Pfab, Düsseldorf





Angelika Arendt, Two Towers, 2017


Angelika Arendt, Two Towers, 2017, Ceramic, 28 x 30 x 22 cm, Courtesy C & K Galerie, Berlin





Nasan Tur, Sea View


Nasan Tur, Sea View, 2016, Exhibition View, Archival pigment print on Baryta paper, 150 x 380 cm, Courtesy the artist and Blain|Southern, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2020,





SEA PIECES. Facts and Fiction

SEASCAPES. From the Romantic Period to Classical Modernism


29 February 2020