Sven Väth is curating an exclusive exhibition with Tobias Rehberger for the opening of The Museum of Modern Electronic Music in 2022.
Those who want to brush up on their history of electronic music and celebrate the advancements that have taken place over the past few decades will certainly want to head to Frankfurt this spring. On April 6, the doors to the Museum of Modern Electronic Music (MOMEM) in Frankfurt, Germany will be opened for the first time to the public and become the centerpiece for the open-air venue Hauptwache.
Dedicated to the documentation of electronic music, the first exhibition to exist inside the walls of MOMEM will be one from the minds of iconic DJ and producer Sven Väth and visual artist Tobias Rehberger. Titled Sven Väth – It’s simple to tell what saved us from hell, this opening day exhibition is a journey into the private archives of Sven Väth including records, photos, flyers, films, and art. This will act as the starting point in the journey of the shared past of electronic music culture and offer an intimate look into the mind of this brilliant artist.
Speaking about the exhibition, Sven Väth and Tobia Rehberger said “We are very much looking forward to working together on this exhibition and are ourselves excited to see where this joint journey will take us.” And those looking to celebrate the opening of this special trip into the past can head to Frankfurt on April 8 for a large public party featuring Sven Väth himself.
Head over to the Museum of Modern Electronic Music website for more details.