Mannheim 19. September 2010
bis 20. Februar 2011
Ausstellung der Länder
The Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen in Mannheim – called rem for short – are an internationally operating complex of museums. Four exhibition spaces – the Zeughaus Museum in C5, the World Cultures Museum in D5, the Schillerhaus Museum in B5 and 7 and ZEPHYR - Space for Photography in C4 – make the rem an outstanding venue for exhibitions. In recent years, the rem have evolved into an important center of research through the Curt Engelhorn Center for Archeometry, an affiliated institute of Tübingen University, and the Klaus Tschira Laboratory for Physical Dating that opened in late 2009.
With a total exhibition area of 11,300 m2 and approximately 1.2 million exhibition objects, the rem are the largest municipally supported museum complex in Southern Germany. The close link between the rem operated by the city of Mannheim as a municipal enterprise and the non-profit Curt Engelhorn Foundation for the rem is unique in the German museum scene. The foundation supports all the rem’s research and exhibition work.
To find out more about the Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen, its current exhibition program, its research work and its attractive program of events, visit www.rem-mannheim.de.