La Hamburger Kunsthalle è un importante museo di Amburgo che ospita una ricca collezione di opere d'arte antiche, moderne e contemporanee.
L’edificio consta di tre corpi di fabbrica uniti tra di loro e compresi tra la stazione centrale (Hauptbahnhof), i binari della ferrovia, la via Glockengießerwall e il fiume Alster, ergendosi sul preesistente Bastion Vincent dello Hamburger Wallanlagen. La superficie totale dedicata alle mostre temporanee e alle organizzazioni culturali si aggira attorno ai 13.000 metri quadrati. Punto focale della collezione è il diciannovesimo secolo (in tale sezione si annoverano i celebri dipinti Il Viandante sul mare di nebbia e Il mare di ghiaccio di Caspar David Friedrich). Oltre a ciò, il museo dispone di sezioni dedicati ai cosiddetti “Alte Meister” (“antichi maestri”) e all’arte moderna. Alla sezione contemporanea è dedicato un proprio edificio, progettato da Oswald Mathias Ungers. Il Kupferstichkabinett (“Gabinetto dei disegni e delle stampe”) conserva oltre 130.000 fogli.
|Martedì||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Mercoledì||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Giovedi||10:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Venerdì||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Sabato||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Domenica||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
Lauge Feierskov | nov 21, 2017
I really liked the main exhibition. It showed a nice overview of art history from the middle ages all the way to the 60s. You were supposed to walk through the exhibition and see the art progress as time went by, but it was difficult to find your way around sometimes. The other exhibitions were hidden away in my opinion and I actually had a hard time finding them.
cameron railton | feb 24, 2018
Huge variety of art. Good facilities well designed and the English tour is great.
Jordan Friedlander | dic 1, 2017
I loved the old masters! This building is beautiful on the inside and out, though the staff is very matter-of-fact about their jobs. I didn't bother with the contemporary section, but the rest of the museum was lovely.
Joerg Schneider | gen 28, 2018
Spectacular collection of European paintings. Wander through the many rooms and sense the Zeitgeist of the different centuries.
Jaselle Journey | gen 9, 2018
Amazing collection of art. Reasonably priced entry tickets and well curated galleries. A must visit.
Diana Bernabei | mar 29, 2018
The classical art sections, in particular the one dedicated to German painters, are very well looked after, the excellence of Caspar David Friedrich takes your breath away. The separation between the classic and the contemporary is very suitable in the two buildings that reflect these two different collections.
Grzegorz Pacyk | mar 27, 2018
Be ready for something special: an impressive collection of European and German paintings. Entrance fee is 14 Euro + extra 3 Euro for audio-guide. There is convenient cloakroom, café and museum shop. Number 1 on my Hamburg bucket list.
Jordi Camps | mar 10, 2018
The museum is very nice but one of the ladies in the tickets sale has stolen 5 euros to me. I gave her 30 euros because our tickets cost 22 euros and she gave me 3 euros back. When I complained to her she said that I have given to her 25 euros, that was completely wrong. Then she said we could visit the museum and come back later after she checks the money in the cashier. My surprise was when we come back to the counter and she confirmed again that the cashier was ok and I was wrong. I felt totally upset and even my husband confirmed me that he saw the bills and there was one of 20 and one of 10. We cannot do anything more because it was our word against hers, but I write it here as advise to readers: be careful with the change when going there.
Marlene Barba | mar 18, 2018
It's pretty amazing but it's recommended for people with some knowledge of German. It's pretty big so it's better to take some time to visit.
Andre Hopping | mag 3, 2018
Great museum. No problem getting by in English. Laid out very cleverly, but don't miss the great contemporary art up at the top.
konstantin antipenko | giu 5, 2018
Great collection but some unfriendly staff. We all have our bad days maybe it was hers.
Jakob G. | lug 4, 2018
All around awesome art museum. Interesting by itself architecturally, the interior design is also very pleasing. Good selection of paintings and a few sculptures from different eras. The temporary exhibitions are also excellent most of the time. A must-visit for anyone with any interest in art!
Dmytro Vasyanovych | giu 13, 2018
we had a guide who pointed and explained all the intricate things. experience of beautiful art. come here.
jaimin mehta | giu 10, 2018
Nice place to sit with your lovedone and the art on the wall is neverseen before. Just awesome.
Tamas Turi | lug 15, 2018
You can go through the full history of art within 3-4 hours. Not the most famous artists and works but very nice collection. If you want to feel the art but not hunting for hype this is a good collection. The Caspar David Friedrich collection is amazing.
Toon Reynders | lug 23, 2018
Simply a must see museum / attraction when you are visiting Hamburg! They have some works of important and well known European artists, but it's really a place to discover their German counterparts throughout the different periods of history.
Daniela Putz | ago 2, 2018
Art museum located in 2 buildings with good collection of classics (incl some highlights like Munch, Caspar, Dali...) and usually a set of modern installations
Maziar Karimi | ago 3, 2018
Great collection from Edvard Munch, Friedrich, and Manet. Its also easily accessible and close to the main train station.
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