1910 was one of the most formative years of the Brücke artists’ group and their artistic zenith. Established five years earlier by architecture students Erich Heckel, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, and … More

Erich Heckel, Am Teich, 1910, Brücke-Museum © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

You are cordially invited to the opening of the exhibition The Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Scholarship at Brücke-Museum   The Brücke-Museum presents the 14 finalists of the Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Scholarship in an … More

Opening: Saturday, 3 September 2022, 6 p.m.–midnight and Sunday, 4 September 2022, 1 pm–5 pm The Brücke-Museum presents the 14 finalists of the Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Scholarship in an exhibition. The scholarship … More

The Brücke Museum invites you to an international symposium from 1–3 June 2023 (new date!). In the past years, Expressionist art, and its examination through research and exhibitions, has triggered controversial debates. Contested topics are the Brücke members’ entangled histories with Colonialism and Imperialism, the group’s relationship with under-age models or Emil Nolde’s sympathies for the Nazi regime. This critical re-examination of Expressionism is at the heart of the symposium.

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Installation view Escape into Art? The Brücke Painters in the Nazi Period, photo: Nick Ash © Brücke-Museum

The landscape architects of atelier le balto revitalise the garden of the Brücke Museum. Situated alongside the Grunewald, the museum is set on a spacious forest area. The work of atelier le balto is characterised by an ecologically sustainable and artistic approach. They create aesthetic places of encounter and exchange in nature. … More

Sketch © atelier le balto

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