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.
Karl Fred Dahmen is one of the most important artists of the German Informel. He is known as a painter, graphic artist and object artist with a comprehensive and versatile oeuvre. On the occasion of the artist's 100th birthday, the Küppersmühle Museum and the Leopold Hoesch Museum show two extensive exhibitions. More info here.
The Dahlmann Prize is awarded in two-year intervals by the Hamburg-based physician Prof. Dr. Nicolaus Dahlmann. It is intended to promote promising, young artists. This years winner Tom Früchtl creates so-called "painting objects", a kind of Trompes l'Oeil paintings, which play with the representation of reality.
Cake, coffee, conversation and art. For seniors, from 15:00h.