Loved this museum as well. Huge space and a great collection. A lot to discover. The museum shop has lots of cool books.
About House of the Arts (Haus der Kunst)
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Because of all the good reviews of Haus der Kunst we visited the museum without knowing what the exhibitions were about. There were 3 : Harun Farocki/The living Music and Archive gallery : postwar. We are no kunst barbars but we regretted very much that...More
Very interesting and a bit disturbing. The art here will definitely make you think. If you are into thought-provoking art, you will love this place. One of the coolest things about this place is the Nazi history. We learned it was one of the few...More
Actually came here when the gallery was closed - real shame - fascinating building steeped in history and totally recommend the Golden Bar for drinks after - a gallery in itself. Will return.
This Hitler inspired structure was intimidating having survived the war/bombings. It holds temporary but modern art exhibits.
Great art, fabulous building, friendly front of house. Even if you don't love art go for the history. (In)famous people walked those floors.
The architecture is interesting because it's one of the very few Nazi buildings remaining. The main exhibition is Post War art so all depressing and disturbing but that is what you expect. The cafe bar is very beautiful and I gather (from a book in...More
A beautiful collection of interesting and unusual art. Decent price to get in. Interesting history to the building itself and a marvellous cafe to fuel up after consuming all the art! Will definitely return.
What should have been a lovely afternoon at the art gallery was ruined by overzealous guards - there were more guards than visitors on this Sunday afternoon and although we are middle aged and conservatively dressed we had their complete attention! I was holding my...More
This building was the first monumental building commissioned by the Third Reich. It is renowned for its focus on contemporary art and photography and on art workshops, in contrast to the way it was only used for 'Aryan' artworks originally...a bit of an ironic twist!...More