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Hamburg: 3-Day Art Exhibition & Gallery Pass

1. Hamburg: 3-Day Art Exhibition & Gallery Pass

Stroll along the famous Kunstmeile (Art Mile) of Hamburg and visit 5 renowned art institutions. With a 3-day art pass, benefit from unlimited entry access to all 5 galleries: • Bucerius Kunst Forum • Deichtorhallen Hamburg • Hamburger Kunsthalle • Kunstverein in Hamburg • Museum für Kunst & Gewerbe Discover a series of exhibition spaces covering over 4,000 years in art history. Combined, the galleries exhibit a vibrant selection of contemporary and historic art across the mediums of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, applied arts, and design.  Visit the Hamburger Kunsthalle, which showcases 7 centuries of European art, ranging from the Middle Ages to the present day. See works by Dutch, Flemish, and Italian artists of the 16th and 17th centuries. See German and French works from the 19th century and the present day.  Explore the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, which is a museum of fine, applied, and decorative arts. See a variety of historic keyboard instruments as well as Art Nouveau pieces, and Islamic pottery and tiles.  Discover one of the largest European centers for contemporary art and photography at the Deichtorhallen. Visit the Bucerius Kunst Forum and see the temporary exhibitions on display. Finally, visit the Kunstverein in Hamburg, which focuses on the latest contemporary international artworks.

Hamburg: Bucerius Kunst Forum Entry Ticket

2. Hamburg: Bucerius Kunst Forum Entry Ticket

Located in the heart of Hamburg next to the city hall, the Bucerius Kunst Forum organises four exhibitions each year, presenting world-class works of art from antiquity to the present day. It is a place to exchange ideas and encounter a broad range of visual arts. In just a few years, the forum has become a favorite destination for art lovers and won the trust of the world’s leading museums. The most visited exhibitions showed the works of Frida Kahlo (2006), Edward Hopper (2009), Joseph Mallord William Turner (2011), Joan Miró (2014) and Pablo Picasso (2016). At the Bucerius Kunst Forum, discover outstanding art in new contexts. Its exhibitions highlight artistic relationships across different eras and disciplines, drawing connections between today’s art and that of the past. Works are considered from new theoretical perspectives: for instance, a Henri Matisse exhibition was the first to bring together his portraits; a Frida Kahlo exhibition examined the links between Mexican and European art, and a Picasso exhibition was the first to highlight the window as a central motif in the artist’s work. The Bucerius Kunst Forum stages a lively calendar of events in the auditorium, which can seat up to 199 people. The program of chamber concerts, lectures, readings, and talks is carefully curated to illuminate the themes of each exhibition from different artistic angles.

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