30. May. 2015
06. Sep. 2015


11 x Karoline Luise

Accompanying exhibition to The Master Collector


11 different objects disclose the interests and passions of the Master Collector Karoline Luise of Bade.

What can a red whelk reveal to us about Karoline Luise von Baden? What exactly does a prescription for ‘sheep lice in de-pitted cherries’ have to do with the Margravine? What were her fields of activity, this ‘knowledgeable, questioning mind’ – as Enlightenment philosopher Johann Caspar Lavater described her?

Abbildung des Werks "Prinzessin Karoline Luise von Hessen-Darmstadt" von Jean-Étienne Liotard aus dem Jahr 1745, das in der Ausstellung "Die Meister-Sammlerin" vom 30. Mai bis 6. September 2015 in der Staatlichen Kunsthalle Karlsruhe zu sehen war.
Jean-Étienne Liotard: Princess Karoline Luise of Hesse-Darmstadt, 1745 © Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe

In the exhibition at Junge Kunsthalle, 11 different objects disclose the interests and passions of this exceptional woman.

Inspired by Karoline Luise’s curiosity, younger visitors are invited on their own journey of discovery to investigate for themselves the many pursuits of the Margravine.