For Horst Janssen, everything could be erotically charged, and his erotic drawings, etchings and watercolours are correspondingly extensive. The Horst Janssen Museum is showing works from the 1960s to the 1980s in the context of the time and current issues such as #MeToo and asks: What do visitors see in his works and how do they interpret them? A survey will be conducted in advance, the results of which will be incorporated into the exhibition.
The internationally renowned illustrator Christoph Niemann will transform the façade of the Horst Janssen Museum into a luminous work of art. The wall drawing entitled "Current Lines" is expected to be presented to the public in November and will adorn the façade for about two years. The 50-metre-long mural of a person drawing thematises the creative process and makes the façade of the museum glow at night. Christoph Niemann » is known for his Instagram channel @abstractsunday and regularly draws covers for "The New Yorker" and "The New York Times Magazine".