Until 26 May the Nuremberg City Archives will display a small exhibition about Merian's time in the city of Nuremberg, where she lived and worked from 1668 until 1682. The exhibition includes information about important persons in her life in that period, including her husband, Johann Andreas Graff, and the painter, Joachim von Sandrart. The exhibition brings attention to the special places in Nuremberg where Merian conducted her research into caterpillars and butterflies. More information (in German) can be found here.
In the exhibition 'Maria Sibylla Merian. Flowers, caterpillars, butterflies' the City Library of Nuremberg shows a selection of Merian's work from their collections. The exhibition also pays attention to the natural historians who influenced her, and those who were influenced by her. Additionally, rare examples of Marian's Blumenbuch are displayed. The exhibition also shows how her designs were translated into pieces of embroidery that were used for alba amicorum (“friendship books”). More information (in German) can be found here.