Exhibition | 16.10.2020 - 10.01.2021

The exhausted man

Exhibition

Throughout history, men have created countless heroic ideals for themselves: radiant victors, autocratic creators, images of God. But on closer inspection every ideal turns out to be a task too big, ultimately overwhelming the man. The fourth exhibition by the two guest curators Stefan Zweifel and Juri Steiner at the National Museum Zurich takes a stroll through the European cultural history of mankind. Eyewitnesses from the past two millennia, drawn from philosophy, society and medicine, illustrate the concept of masculinity and the struggle surrounding it. Its traces can be found through the ages, in art, history, literature and cinema.

Guided tours

The National museum Zurich offers a variety of events and guided tours.

See all the offers on the German website.

The exhausted man

Guided tour for private groups

Guided tour of the exhibition "The exhausted man".

Tour: 1 hour

Guided tours can be arranged outside opening hours: Mon between 9.30 am and 6 pm, Tue to Fri between 9.30 am and 7.45 pm. Sat and Sun between 10 am and 5 pm

Registration:  

 2 weeks in advance

Duration:

 

60 minutes; special packages can be offered on request

Group size:

 

max. 25 participants per tour

Languages:

 

English, German, Italian, French. Other offers upon request.

Cost:


 

 

CHF 180 for the guided tour + CHF 8 admission per person

Children up to 16 years free.

Reservations desk

+41 44 218 66 00 reservationen@nationalmuseum.ch

Schools

The exhausted man – Introductory tour

Secondary level II

Guided tour of the exhibition ”The exhausted man”.

1 hour
Guided tours are free of charge for school classes from Switzerland.

Guided tours in English can be arranged, even outside opening hours. Guided tours are free of charge for school classes from Switzerland.

Booking:  

at least 2 weeks in advance

Duration:

 

1 hour guided tours, other services by prior arrangement

Group size:

 

max. 25 people

Cost:
 

 

Guided tours for school classes from Switzerland are free of charge.

Reservations desk

+41 44 218 66 00 reservationen@nationalmuseum.ch

Media

The media conference on the exhibition is taking place on 15.10.2020 at 10.00 at the National Museum Zurich.

The media folder and materials are available for download from this date.

Swiss National Museum press contact

+41 44 218 66 63 medien@nationalmuseum.ch