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  • Gerhard Richter im Albertinum vor den Gemälden Abstrakte Bilder (937/1-4) Copyright Gerhard Richter Archiv, SKD, Foto: Oliver Killig

    Gerhard Richter

    Following the reopening of the Albertinum in 2010, Gerhard Richter reinstalled both of the exhibition rooms that have been dedicated to him. At the centre of the presentation, which will be opened to the public on February 28, 2015, is a series of four large-format 'Abstrakten Bildern (937/1-4)' that were created in the last 12 months. He is also displaying four photo versions of the painting in the original format. ...more

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    Logical Rain: Exhibition extended until March 22

    For 125 years a treasure trove of Japanese craftsmanship has been laying undisturbed in the storage depot of the Kunstgewerbemuseum: 92 cases containing more than 15,000 katagami dye stencils for textile printing. A selection of these hand-made, mulberry-tree bark paper sheets, are shown to the public with the exhibition "Logical Rain" ...more

Visit the GRASSI Ethnographical Museum in Leipzig

How do ethnologists look at objects? The exhibition "Objects of Knowledge" shows ethnographic objects from around the world in unusual constellations ...more

Founded in the year 1869, the GRASSI Ethnographical Museum in Leipzig holds around 200,000 objects, making it one of the most important institutions of its kind ...more

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    Selected masterpieces of the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister on tour

    With the beginning of the renovations of the Semper Building in 2013 the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister (Old Masters Picture Gallery) has about 400 of the former 700 paintings on display. 99 paintings of the collection's rich stock were now chosen to be presented in a touring exhibition with stops in Munich, Groningen and Vienna ...more

  • Visit our museums on 360° panoramic tours

    Whether sitting at the home computer or travelling with a tablet, art lovers around the world can discover the fascinating range of our artistic treasures updated to a high technological level: from Renaissance paintings to contemporary art, from delicate porcelain, magnificent armour, sculptures, precious objects made of gold and gems to instruments used in mathematics and physics ...more

Experience ART - 365 days a YEAR!

Our annual ticket allows free entry into all our museums (except Historisches Grünes Gewölbe) in Dresden, Leipzig and Herrnhut ...more

Book your tickets online before visiting the museums and special exhibitions of the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden. ...more