Kunsthalle Bremen

The Kunsthalle Bremen, one of the most renowned museums in northern Germany, combines tradition and modernity both inside and out. The main building was built in 1849 in the classicist style and expanded in 1902. In 2011, the Kunsthalle was given two new side wings following a contemporary, bright, and modern architecture. This must-see building near the Weser River is home to the remarkable collection of the Kunstverein Bremen, which was founded in 1823. It perfectly links the past and the present with works of art from over six centuries.

The extensive and diverse collection focuses on French and German art of the 19th and 20th centuries, featuring works by Manet, Monet, Slevogt, Corinth and Beckmann, among others. The collection also includes contemporary media art and the Kupferstichkabinett, which holds one of the most important collections of graphic art in Europe with over 220,000 drawings and prints. The Kunsthalle Bremen and ars mundi have been cooperating for many years for selected exclusive editions, such as sculptures by Ernst Barlach or Georg Kolbe.

The originals of the artworks shown here are on display at the Kunsthalle Bremen.

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