Permanent Exhibitions – Hamburg
Permanent exhibitions offer interesting insights into Hamburg's history, art and other specific themes.
DeichtorhallenThe two dilapidated former market halls were renovated in 1911 to create two of the largest and most beautiful exhibition spaces in Europe. The Deichtorhallen show contemporary international art in themed exhibitions as well as individual shows from Warhol to Lichtenstein to Haring. There are also photographic works by names such as Newton, Leibowitz and Penn. Also Prof. F.C. Grundlach gave his important collection of documentary photography, fashion photography and other photographic works to the "International House of Phoography" in the Deichtorhallen.
Hamburger KunsthalleThe Hamburger Kunsthalle is one of Germany's most important art galleries. Its first-class collection ranges from medieval altarpieces by Master Bertram to leading exponents of contemporary art such as Gerhard Richter and Neo Rauch.
Bucerius KunstforumOn the subject of art, the Bucerius Kunst Forum must also get a mention. Its four exhibitions per year – featuring works from antiquity to classical modernism – mean even repeat visits always have something new to offer.
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