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Brucke Museum, Berlin

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Brucke Museum features the largest collection of artwork--more than 400 paintings and thousands of watercolors-- from the Die Brucke movement, one of Germany’s most famous expressionist groups. The collection even features several rare pieces from the early years. Founded in 1967, the museum offers an extensive series of exhibits, including wooden sculptures. Look for original documents pertaining to the various artists, which also are on display. After your visit, wander the grounds and surrounding Grunewald forest. Work out when and for how long to visit Brucke Museum and other Berlin attractions using our handy Berlin trip planner.
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  • Nice museum, a bit off the beaten tracks, with paintings of German expressionists from the early 20the century. Only three-four artists represented, but very beautiful works of Kirschner and...  more »
  • The Brucke Museum is the place to go if you like German expressionism. The current exhibition is focused on how the artists designed and often executed the picture frames to compliment or accent the....  more »
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  • I'm actually quite a young person myself, still in early secondary school. I came to this museum over Summer Break out of sheer boredom and was not dissapointed.. very interesting art. Definitely worth a visit.
  • Although difficult to reach without a car, the collection will thrill any fan of German expressionism. Well curated, with only a little information in English, the staff were extremely friendly and helpful, the building is well suited to the exhibition and it has plenty of seating and carpet to dull the chatter from other visitors. The adjoining Dalhem Museum has an overpriced cafe. A stroll in the Grünewald woods is recommended, unless you're afraid of dogs. Die Brücke Museum caters to art-lovers foremost. Although I was initially disappointed about the lack of works from Nolde, signage clearly indicated this was in deference to the Nolde exhibition running at Hamburger Bahnhof. The awareness of the broader Berlin art scene is appreciated. This was the main destination of my two-day visit to Berlin, and I was not disappointed.

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