NRW – Many museums in North Rhine-Westphalia will reopen next week – and bring a little more freedom to your free time.
In order to get in, visitors must book appointments in advance and provide their contact details. The number of guests must not exceed one person per 20 square meters. Wearing a mask is compulsory, visits are limited in time.
These museums open up
► The Bundeskunsthalle in Bonn wants to open in two steps. First of all, from Tuesday, holders of the Bundeskunsthalle annual ticket will have the opportunity to book visits. You can see the exhibitions “Max Klinger and the Artwork of the Future”, “Hannah Arendt and the 20th Century” and “Aby Warburg: Mnemosyne Picture Atlas – The Original”. From March 16, the exhibitions will be open to everyone.
► That Museum Ludwig in Cologne also resumes operations on Tuesday. We are very happy that the “Andy Warhol exhibition is finally awakened from its slumber” and that visitors can come again, says museum director Yilmaz Dziewior.
► That Folkwang Museum in Essen presents, among other things, his large special exhibition “2x Kippenberger” in its own house and in the Villa Hügel again from Thursday. The large-scale installation “The Happy End of Franz Kafkas’ America” can be seen in the Folkwang Museum until May 16.
At the same time, Villa Hügel is presenting artist books and posters by Martin Kippenberger (1953-1997) under the title “Forgotten furnishing problems in Villa Hügel”. Around 120 artist books and 100 of his posters from the collection of the Museum Folkwang can be seen there.
► That From the Heydt Museum in Wuppertal presents two exhibitions for its reopening on March 11th: the exhibition “Vision and horror of modernity – industry and artistic awakening” and “Golden times – The collection of Dutch art and its history (s)”, conceived for the year of Engels.
► That Museum Insel Hombroich in Neuss enables walks in the extensive park and visits to the exhibition pavilions from Monday. Among other things, the special exhibition “Terunobu Fujimori – A stone tea house and other architectures” can be seen. The show reflects the history and principles of the tea ceremony as well as its interpretation by the architect and historian Terunobu Fujimori.