Masterpieces from 700 Years of Art History

The Kunsthalle holds the extensive and diverse collection of the Kunstverein in Bremen. It spans the fourteenth century to the present day with European paintings ranging from the Middle Ages to the present, sculptures from the sixteenth to the twenty-first centuries, and outstanding examples of international media art. One highlight of the collection is the Department of Prints and Drawings, which is one of the most important assemblages of graphic works in Europe, containing over 220,000 drawings and prints. During a visit to the Kunsthalle, permanent and temporary exhibitions will take you on an exciting journey through the history of art.

Since summer 2020, "20/20 Vision" presents a radical new look at the collection!
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To celebrate 1,700 years of Jewish life in Germany, the member institutes of the AsKI - museums, research institutes and documentation facilities - have opened their libraries and archives. Under the motto "tsurikrufn!", the Yiddish word for remembering, they are telling impressive stories of Jewish personalities and their contributions to culture in Germany.
The Kunsthalle Bremen commemorates the artist Max Liebermann.

Department of Prints and Drawings

From Dürer to Rubens – The Old Masters

From the Romantic Period to Impressionism

Modern Art

Art After 1945

Contemporary Art