OpenTuesday → Sunday 10:00h → 17:00h
Thursday 10:00h → 19:00h
EntreeAdults → € 6,-
Reduced → € 3,-
Groups (min. 10 persons) → € 4,- pp
Family (2 adults & kids) → € 12,-
Founded in 1905, the LEOPOLD-HOESCH-MUSEUM and its new extension, completed in 2010 by the architect Peter Kulka, features collections of modern works, including examples of ZERO and Concrete Art from the Hubertus Schoeller Foundation and contemporary positions from the Günter Peill Foundation. United under a dual museum concept, the Leopold-Hoesch Museum and the Papiermuseum Düren have formed a globally-oriented platform for showcasing contemporary art in the 21st century and the cultural history of paper in form of interdisciplinary exhibitions.
In Paris of the 1960s, Egon Karl Nicolaus (1928, Hamburg - 1988, Cologne), until then a representative of constructivist painting, got in contact with Tachism and Informel. The artist's path is made visible through a selection of predominantly paper works of his Parisian period.
The artist Heijo Hangen (* 1927) is one of the best known representatives of Constuctivism in Germany. On the occasion of its 90th birthday, the Leopold-Hoesch-Museum & Papiermuseum Düren shows a major retrospective exhibition during the summer of 2017.