Kunsthalle Hamburg

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Kunsthalle Hamburg
Art Gallery
Ed. Züblin AG, Hamburg
The Hamburger Kunsthalle is home to several important art collections and spans the ages from the Middle Ages to modern and contemporary art. The building consists of three interconnected buildings between the main station, the railroad tracks, the Glockengießerwall and the Alster on the former bastion Vincent of the Hamburg Wallanlagen. The total exhibition and event space adds up to more than 13,000 square meters. A traditional focus of the collection is the 19th century. In addition, the museum has departments for Old Masters and Modernism. A separate building complex is dedicated to contemporary art. The Museum of Prints and Drawings comprises over 130,000 sheets. The library of the Hamburger Kunsthalle contains more than 175,000 volumes, including about 3000 illustrated books and artists’ books.

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