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Judith Hopf Class: Grand Nizza Show

Class Project18 February – 11 March 2022Hotel Nizza, Elbestraße 10, 60329 Frankfurt

Grand Nizza Show

Opening: February 17, 2022
Opening hours: Tuesday–Sunday, 2–8 pm (admission only with 2G+ proof)

Performance and screening: March 10, 2022, 7–10 pm:

(Admission only with 2G+ proof and pre-registration via https://calendly.com/stdl/nizza-finissage-und-performance?month=2022-03&date=2022-03-10

7–8 pm, in the backyard: Reading with Jordan/Martin Hell
7–9 pm, at the library (12 seats available): Sam Lasko: Drawing games continued
8, 9, and 10 pm: Reading by Punch Viratmalee: Untitled (Jimmy’s Bar) 


With Offert Albers, Viliam Miklos Andersen, Nooshin Askari, Giulio Bonfante, Emily Dietrich, Anita Esfandiari, Rahel Goetsch, Samuel Linus Gromann, Lisa Gutscher, Yun Heo, Judith Hopf, Sopo Kashakashvili, Sonia Knop, Gašper Kunšič, Samantha Lasko, Siyi Li, Kristina Lovaas, Richard Najorka, Aline Sofie Rainer, Jamie Shi, Elsa Stanyer, Vera Varlamova, Punch Viratmalee, and Wei Yang

One must understand a home to understand a hotel. The Hotel Nizza has been the temporary home to many since its opening in 1993. From February 17th to March 11th, the Nizza Hotel will be hosting new artworks and interventions. Under the title of "The Grand Nizza Hotel Show," 21 artistic positions developed by art students and alumni from Judith Hopf's class from Städelschule will be exhibited in the hotel. Temporarily paired together under the same roof, the works circle around the theme of being a guest, reflecting perspectives of what it means to be a visitor, a traveler, and an observer. Opening up and expanding familiar narratives of belonging and estrangement, embracing existing narratives, and fabricating new ones.

Many thanks to Stefanie Pesin and her team.