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I can never figure out what people see in visiting an Art museum. I suppose they have their place, but I easily get bored. I suppose if you knew the artist or knew the subject of his/her work, then you have a personal connection. For...More
While they have rotating collections there are not enough of them the space at the time had one collection. The building is nice with the surrounding park however the museum needs to have a lot more ART!
I have been to many free art museums...More
I like the Kunsthalle as the Johnson designed building allows a lot of light and open space, the windows look out onto the green of the sculpture garden, and I love the Richard Sierra, though I know he isn't most people's cup of tea. There...More
The Philip Johnson gem of a building is unique in Germany and if you are in the area, worth a stop. It's a Kunsthalle, so a place for smart, temporary exhibitions. A varied display of contemporary sculptures on the front lawn and sides.
A wonderful Hans Hoffman exhibition which changes every three months . Three floors of excellent space to allow the viewing of whatever is on offer including a film space and excellent cafe/restaurant with a small but good menu choice. Helpful staff, lockers for coats and...More
Unfortunately, on the day we visited the permanent collection was stashed away for a special exhibition which did not engage us. However, this is a great gallery space and one of the iconic buildings in Bielefeld. The building also contains a cinema where art movies...More
I extended my visit to Bielefeld to take in the Kunsthalle as it is closed Mondays, and it received the highest praise on the Tourist Information website. For an €8 entry fee, no information about the display was available in English, or any language other...More
Kunsthalle interesting but the fact that museums and fine arts open on certain days and certain times does not make it easy. Moreover it is not easy to find somebody speaking good English! Therefore when you ask questions, you tend to get a different reply!
Went there with a local friend.
Told me she saw great expositions here
Unfortunately this one wasn´t that good.
I saw a lot better expositions about the same topic in Germany in Mannheim and Köln.
Basically i think it is all depending on which exposition...More