Art & Champagne:
Special tour with champagne tasting
Saturday, 20 May 2023, 6:30 pm
Museum Frieder Burda
THE KING IS DEAD, LONG LIVE THE QUEEN
Great champagne is an art. So it stands to reason that the most famous drink in the world should also be associated with art. In the fantastic Frieder Burda Museum, also known as the “Jewel in the Park”, there is outstanding champagne and a guided tour of the exhibition “The King is Dead, Long Live the Queen”. An event as educational as it is enjoyable.
The Museum Frieder Burda, the “Jewel in the Park”, as it is also fondly called, is one of the most important addresses in Germany for those interested in classical modern and contemporary art, with an appeal far beyond Germany’s borders. The Frieder Burda Art Collection, which has a permanent home here, as well as constantly changing exhibitions bring visitors from all over the world to the extremely remarkable and successful building, constructed according to plans by the New York architect Richard Meier. The building with its exciting design and its connection to the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden is itself a timeless, modern work of art. To be able to taste and enjoy great champagnes in this unique ambience would be something, because great champagnes are also works of art.
The Wine & Gourmet Festival makes it possible and combines fascinating art with great champagnes. And there are guided tours through the exhibition “The King is Dead, Long Live the Queen” with works by 31 contemporary women artists as a reminiscence of the revolutionary exhibition “Exhibition by 31 Women” by the legendary art patron and gallery owner Peggy Guggenheim in 1943.
115 Euro per person
incl. guided tour, champagne and finger food
Minimum number of participants required
Museum Frieder Burda
The Museum Frieder Burda, designed by the New York architect Richard Meier and the recipient of several architectural awards, opened in 2004. Since then, it has excited visitors with special exhibitions as well as presentations from its own collection. The Collection Frieder Burda encompasses around 1,000 objects, with a focus on classical modernism and contemporary art. Nestled in the culturally and artistically rich landscape of the Lichtentaler Allee, this brilliantly white building boasts large expanses of glass and intriguing views that form a unique bridge between art and nature.
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