Supporting Programme "Madame d'Ora"

Public Guided Tours

Sat, 6 January, 3 p.m. | Thu, 25 January, 7 p.m. | Sat, 3 February, 3 p.m. | Sun, 11 February, 12 p.m. | Sun, 25 February, 12 p.m. | Thu, 8 March, 7 p.m.| included in entrance fee | all guided tours are led in German

Curator-led Tours

Sunday, 18 March, 12 p.m.
with Esther Ruelfs | included in entrance fee | German-led guided tour

Students

Bookable Tours

She photographs the fashion icon Coco Chanel, the legendary singer and dancer Josefine Baker, the writer Arthur Schnitzler, the composer Alban Berg and many other celebrities of the Viennese and Parisian society in the first half of the 20th century. The elegance and aesthetics of her work make her a sought after photographer, who also proves to be very enterprising. Everything changes right after the end of the Second World War: D'Ora documents the plight of the refugees and becomes a social reporter. With 250 works, the exhibition provides an overview of an artist personality who was not only at home in the jet set. Please book your guided tour with the Museumdienst Hamburg, Tel. 040 428 131–0.

60 Min: 45 Euro per class plus admission for students from the age of 18.
Languages: German or English

Selforganized groups

Self-organized school groups (from 10 to max. 28 persons) must register in advance and pay a fee of 10 Euro plus admission for children over 18 to visit the exhibition. Please book a time slot for your group visit with Museumsdienst Hamburg, Tel. +49 (0)40 428 131–0.

Groups

Bookable Tours

We offer groups up to 28 persons individual guided tours. Please book your tour with Museumsdienst Hamburg, Tel. +49 (0)40 428 131–0.

60 min: 80 Euro per group plus admission
Languages: German or English

Self-organized Groups

Self-organized groups (from 10 to max. 28 persons) must register in advance and pay a fee of 20 Euro plus admission to visit the exhibition. Please book a time slot for your group visit with Museumsdienst Hamburg, Tel. 040 428 131–0.


Image: Madame d‘Ora, Dolly Sisters, um 1928 © Nachlass d’Ora/Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg