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Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, Stuttgart

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Art Museum
Look for the works of Otto Dix, Willi Baumeister, Adolf Hölzel, and Dieter Roth at Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, a contemporary and modern art museum. The building itself is considered a piece of art, as it essentially a large glass cube. This museum regularly features temporary exhibits in addition to its permanent collection. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Kunstmuseum Stuttgart by using our Stuttgart vacation route planner.
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  • Special art to see beautiful designed rooms and a charming restaurant with views of the Schlosssplatz.
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  • You have to be a friend of modern art, to be excited by this museum. Of course, the Museum is justly proud of his numerous paintings by Otto Dix, while many modern paintings and installations are an interesting attempt of new ways of individual design, to understand but even me fall hard as studied art educator.
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  • The Museum is relatively new, in the heart of the city and is architecturally beautiful, wide open spaces, super organization and large Windows, on the top floor where there is a restaurant, it has a great overview of the city centre. Art and the paintings that are found there are not to my taste, modern art, the only paintings that I liked were 4-5 by Otto Dix, if a person's interesting architecture of a museum then it's worth it, but if you are interested in above all the exhibited works, then ask first, because you might be disappointed.
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  • This place is quite unpredictable, if you just wondering in without any previous research on the current exhibitions there. I was there spontaneously once one and half years ago, was amazed by all the exhibitions there, life the light sensing musical instruments and all the short films there. But couple of weeks ago, I was there again randomly.... almost everything was changed.... only boring paintings over there. Not really impressed at all. So my suggestion is do your homework before going there.....
  • Interesting museum with quite nice collection. The permanent collection is not that large, but still will give you a good comprehension of German contemporary art.
  • A fantastic space! The architecture is an attraction in itself but, of course, it’s the art that is the real drawcard. The work on display may not be from the most famous artists – and there’s an emphasis on local creators – but the collection shows a depth of imagination and creativity in a range of styles.
  • The Cube! The Kunstmuseum is a modern and contemporary art museum in Stuttgart. It is very interesting if you are a big fan of Otto Dix. If you are not however you'll find a very interesting collection. The spaces are very interesting and the building is amazing..... 10/10. During the day is a glass cube but on the night the interior lighting create a magical effect. The view at the top is great!
  • Great architecture and beautifull view of the city center!