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Kunstmuseum Bonn, Bonn

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web
If you're not yet familiar with Rhenish expressionism, you will be after a visit to Kunstmuseum Bonn, which features the largest collection of it in the world. This art museum's other specialties are post-war German art and international post-war prints. Look for the work of Joseph Beuys, Robert Delaunay, Anselm Kiefer, and Blinky Palermo, among others. The museum's remarkable architecture features "flowing space," achieved through ample light and large, open areas. Pay attention to the museum’s staircase, which has been described as "precise geometry, cut like jewelry." The onsite cafe with outdoor terrace serves breakfast, lunch, and cake. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Kunstmuseum Bonn and many more Bonn attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Bonn tour planner.
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  • Indicated by the tourist office as a place to visit, the Museum is located only a few steps from the statue of Beethoven, (behind) and has many elements of the local art
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  • Showcases the work of artists who have worked in Germany during the 20th century. I like Bonn-born painter August Macke works are also 34, is spectacular. Addition to Beckman, Heckel, Karl Schmidt = rottorf, Nolde, yaw ren skiing, Max Ernst, and 10 minutes.
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  • The Museum is very clearly arranged. Below the special exhibitions and classical modernism, above the art after 1945. The works fit well in the rooms.
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  • Must see in Bonn! Nice architecture, good exhibitions (now on impressionist collections from Japan) and nice walk from the center along the river.
  • Interesting building, good collection of art
  • Interesting artwork with fascinating modern art on the second floor
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  • A nice introduction to the work of local painters e.g. August Macke. It's allowed to photograph and the cloakroom is for free. If visiting the Bundeskunsthalle, ask for a combination ticket.
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