Opened in 1869, the Kunsthalle houses several centuries worth of paintings, including works by old and new masters like ... More
Opened in 1869, the Kunsthalle houses several centuries worth of paintings, including works by old and new masters like Manet, Liebermann, Friedrich and Munch. The modern classics section contains works by the Blue Rider and Brücke groups (famous early 20th Century German art movements) and is considered to be one of the most important collections in the country.
Instead of a permanent exhibition, the Kunsthalle specializes in putting on a variety of temporary exhibitions of modern art. Founded
in 1964, the gallery is also home to the Art Society of the Rhineland and Westphalia districts. The program ...
Deichtorhallen is the perfect example of how property can be used for the betterment of the bustling art and culture
scene in a region. Formerly comprising of two market places, one of which was a flower market up until ...
Electrum is one of Hamburg's particularly interesting museums. It is maintained by the HEW (Hamburgische Electrictiätswerke Hamburg Electricity Works) and
shows the truly electrifying history of electricity. There are a lot of historical documents and machines to look at. ...