Germanys financial center is rich in art, too
Back in the 19th century, committed burghers founded the Städel, the Kunstverein and the Museum für angewandte Kunst. At the end of the 20th century, the banking city was again fostering the arts specifically contemporary art. Museum für moderne Kunst, Schirn and Portikus all opened their doors downtown. And on the banks of the Main river an art mile arose. The art scene in the city remains vibrant and is repeatedly driven by interaction with the successful Städel Academy.