Photographer, model, muse, Surrealist, war correspondent: Lee Miller (1907–1977) is one of the twentieth century’s most versatile artists. The exhibition presents her photographic oeuvre with around 150 photographs from the period from 1929 to 1973.More information Online-Tickets
Women Artists and their Companions 14.10.2023 — 28.1.2024
The exhibition traces the careers of outstanding women artists over three centuries. For the first time, the artists’ family circumstances will be explored and made visible by juxtaposing their works with those of their fathers, brothers, husbands, and fellow painters.More information
The Myth of Spain. Ignacio Zuloaga (1870 – 1945) 17.2. — 26.5.2024
More than almost any other artist, Ignacio Zuloaga shaped the image of Spain around 1900: His paintings show toreros and flamenco dancers, as well as the simple rural life. This monographic exhibition turns the spotlight on the great Spanish artist and presents around 90 works from all of Zuloaga's creative phases.More information
Watch, watch, watch! Henri Cartier-Bresson - Photographies 1932 – 1975 15.6. — 22.9.2024
Henri Cartier-Bresson is one of the most famous photographers of the 20th century. With an unerring sense for the "decisive moment", he captured spontaneous encounters and situations. The Bucerius Kunst Forum is dedicating the first major retrospective in Germany in 20 years to the co-founder of the legendary Magnum Photos agency.More information
Flowers Forever 12.10.2024 — 19.1.2025
With their splendor and diversity flowers have always captivated us. We attribute great symbolic power to them – whether in mythology, religion, art or politics.
Flowers Forever offers a fascinating, elaborately staged tour through the cultural history of flowers from antiquity to the present day.