Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation


General Information

The exhibitions of the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation are shown at the headquarters of the Deutsche Börse AG, The Cube in Eschborn. You can visit the exhibitions on our monthly “Open Saturdays” without prior registration. Please note the hygiene concept below.

Upcoming dates can be found here. In addition, you can also visit the exhibitions via guided tours (see below).


Hygiene concept: 

To protect all visitors, you are required to wear a medical facemask. In addition, we ask you to keep a minimum distance of 1.50 m throughout the building. All guests must carry an ID card and a negative Covid-19 test certificate (antigen or PCR test carried out in a test centre and not taken earlier than 48 h beforehand; self-tests are not accepted) or proof of complete vaccination against Covid-19 at least 14 days prior to your visit with a vaccine approved in the EU (vaccination certificate) or proof of complete recovery from a previous Covid-19 infection (positive PCR test of that time, not younger than 28 days, not older than 6 months). This applies to all adults and children older than 6 years.

This applies to all guided tours and events such as "Open Saturday".


Guided Tours and Events

The tours through our exhibitions are free of charge and open to all interested visitors. You can find all available dates here. Individual tours for groups of more than 10 and max. 20 participants can be arranged on request at no charge. Contact:

The dates of our openings and other events are also published here. Registration is required for all guided tours and events. To register, click on the date you have chosen and follow the instructions in the online tool.


"Evelyn Hofer. Encounters with the Camera" & "Female Perspectives from Vivian Maier to Barbara Klemm"

Wednesday, 13 October 2021, 6:30 pm

Language: German

"Evelyn Hofer. Encounters with the Camera" & "Female Perspectives from Vivian Maier to Barbara Klemm"

Tuesday, 19 October 2021, 6:30 pm

Language: German