The Düsseldorf art collection that is impressively presented in the buildings K20, K21 and the Schmela-Haus has been fascinating art lovers and the interested public for generations. It was started almost half a century ago with the purchase of several paintings of the famous German painter Paul Klee and today is the home of many works of art from the periods of modernism over American pop art right up to.
A very special treasure is located in the heart of the historic city centre of Düsseldorf: The Carlstadt. A city district that is famous for its culture, way of life and special treats. Here, between antiques shops, boutiques, pretty little shops, dreamy places and cosy cafés you will also find quite a number of art galleries in the cobblestone alleys of the city. One of those is the Beck &.
More and more artists are opening up their studios and work rooms in order to give the non-creative outside world a glimpse of their creativity. And to give people the opportunity to perhaps capture a little bit of the magic that the artist’s existence radiates. But they certainly aren’t doing it without their own interests in mind (and why should they!) Team events for companies mean good money. And so.
For many residents and their guests, Düsseldorf is the political and economic hub of North Rhine-Westphalia. However, it is a less well-known fact that the city is also home to some of the most interesting museums in Germany. Overall, there are almost 20 city-run exhibitions and over a dozen private ones to visit in Düsseldorf. Among the largest and most important museums is, without doubt, the North Rhine-Westphalia Art Collection,.