Adults, Guided tour

Curator's Tour (in German)

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 early 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 curatorial work on the current exhibition. 

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

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