Adults, Guided tour

Curator's Tour with Philipp Lange
(Assistant Curator, Brücke-Museum)

On June 7, 1905, four young architecture students founded the artist group Brücke in Dresden. Erich Heckel, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff and Fritz Bleyl want nothing less than to rewrite art history. Their drive for change contrasts with a time marked by the conservative attitude of Kaiser Wilhelm II and a bourgeois bourgeoisie. The first years of the Brücke are marked by the search for a new, artistic form of expression and collective activities as a group. 

In this tour, Philipp Lange, Assistant Curator of the exhibition, provides insights into the current exhibition with a special focus on curatorial decisions.

Public events are free with museum ticket. No advance registration is necessary.

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