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EXHIBITIONS in Duisburg

Die abstrakte Farbkomposition Jardin dAmour von Hans Hofmann aus dem Jahre 1959 ist in groben Pinselstrichen mit satten lfarben auf die Leinwand gesezt Im  Zentrum ist die Farbe rot plaziert darum  unterschiedlich ausgerichtete und divers gemalte Grünflächen blaue Schraffuren Lasuren in hellem Beige und unter der roten Fläche von unten hochkommend ein gröeres gelbes Areal in das zartes Grün fliesst
Die abstrakte Farbkomposition Jardin dAmour von Hans Hofmann aus dem Jahre 1959 ist in groben Pinselstrichen mit satten lfarben auf die Leinwand gesezt Im  Zentrum ist die Farbe rot plaziert darum  unterschiedlich ausgerichtete und divers gemalte Grünflächen blaue Schraffuren Lasuren in hellem Beige und unter der roten Fläche von unten hochkommend ein gröeres gelbes Areal in das zartes Grün fliesst

Die Sammlung Haniel – Der eigene Weg15.12.2023 - 12.05.2024
Vernissage: 14.12.2023 19 Uhr
Kartenlink
MKM Museum Küppersmühle
Mi 14-18, Do/Fr/Sa/So/Fei 11-18 h
Philosophenweg 55, 47051 Duisburg
0203-30194810


The Küppersmühle Museum was opened in 1999 with around 3,600 square meters of exhibition space and is located in a former granary in Duisburg`s inner harbor, which was converted according to plans by Basel architects Herzog & de Meuron. Opposite the museum there are 3 designated public disabled parking spaces in the shoulder of the Philosophenweg.

Access to the building is at ground level via a paved forecourt. Directly next to the main entrance (revolving door) there is another door in the glass front, which is opened by the staff.

In the entrance area behind the cash desk there is a freely accessible and disabled-friendly cloakroom.

The handicapped-accessible sanitary rooms are located in the subsequent connecting corridor to the restaurant, which is also barrier-free.

All levels of the museum can be reached with the barrier-free elevator.

All door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

Wheelchairs are available for hire.
Opposite the museum there are 3 designated public disabled parking spaces in the shoulder of the Philosophenweg.
Access to the building is at ground level via a paved forecourt. Directly next to the main entrance (revolving door) there is another door in the glass front, which is opened by the staff.
In the connecting corridor between the cash register and the restaurant (ground floor)
the handicapped-accessible sanitary rooms are on the ground floor.
All levels of the museum can be reached with the barrier-free elevator. All door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.
The restaurant is barrier-free accessible from the foyer via a ground-level connecting corridor.


For the first time, around 100 works from the collection of the renowned Duisburg-based family-owned company will be presented to the public at the MKM Museum Küppersmühle für Moderne Kunst in Duisburg under the title The Haniel Collection – The Own Way. The collection is of eminent art-historical significance and has been built up with great commitment since 1983.

The exhibition shows works by Georg Baselitz, Fritz Winter, Julius Bissier, Peter Brüning, Carl Buchheister, Corneille, Karl Fred Dahmen, Ulrich Erben, Jean Fautrier, Lucio Fontana, Adolf Frohner, Winfred Gaul, Rupprecht Geiger, Raimund Girke, K.O. Götz, Hans Hartung, Herbert Brandl, Damien Hirst, Gerhard Hoehme, Hans Hofmann, Jerry Zeniuk, Katharina Grosse, Yves Klein, Imi Knoebel, Norbert Kricke, Adolf Luther, Piero Manzoni, Georges Mathieu, Henri Michaux, Ernst Wilhelm Nay, Richard Oelze, Blinky Palermo, Georg Karl Pfahler, Otto Piene, Arnulf Rainer, David Reed, Gerhard Richter, Jean Paul Riopelle, Bernard Schultze, Emil Schumacher, Sonderborg, Pierre Soulages, Antoni Tàpies, Fred Thieler, Hann Trier, Emilio Vedova, Alicia Viebrock, Fritz Winter, Wols and Peter Zimmermann.

Image: Hans Hofmann, Jardin d'Amour, 1959 (detail), oil on canvas, detail 152 x 183 cm, Franz Haniel & Cie. GmbH, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2023



Katsuhito Nishikawa. Werke
Skulpturen, Zeichnungen, Malereien, Möbel
25.05.2023 - 25.02.2024
Kartenlink
Museum DKM
Sa-So 12-18 h, 1ter Fr im Monat 12-18h, Mo-Fr n.V.
Güntherstraße 13-15, 47051 Duisburg
0203-93555470


The DKM Museum is located in the center of Duisburg city center in the immediate vicinity of the main train station. The private exhibition house, named after the initials of the donors and museum founders Dirk Krämer and Klaus Maas, was opened in 2009. The former residential and commercial property from the 1960s has 2,700 square meters of exhibition space on five floors.

A parking space for wheelchair users can be made available in the inner courtyard by prior arrangement. Access is via a flat ramp leading from the walkway to the main entrance. The entrance door opens automatically. There is also a bell.

1 disabled toilet is located on the ground floor in the foyer area. Some of the lockers in the foyer are handicapped accessible and start in the foot area. Four floors of the museum (basement, ground floor, 1st floor, 2nd floor) are barrier-free accessible by elevator.

1 person is always in the house as an accompaniment.

The museum bar in the foyer is barrier-free.

An assistance dog is allowed.
A parking space for wheelchair users can be made available in the inner courtyard by prior arrangement.
Access for wheelchair users is via a flat ramp leading from the sidewalk to the main entrance. The front door opens automatically. There is also a bell.
Four floors of the museum (basement, ground floor, 1st floor, 2nd floor) are barrier-free accessible by elevator.
1 disabled toilet is located on the ground floor (foyer area).
The museum bar in the foyer is barrier-free.
Some of the lockers are handicapped accessible and start in the foot area. 1 person is always in the house as an accompaniment. guided tours for different target groups are offered
An assistance dog is allowed.





Surreale Welten
Sammlungspräsentation
21.08.2023 - 21.01.2024
Kartenlink
Lehmbruck Museum
Mi-Sa 12-18, Do 12-22, So11-18 h
Düsseldorfer Straße 51, 47051 Duisburg
0203-2832630


The Lehmbruck Museum extends over several parts of the building and is not completely barrier-free. Wheelchair users can reach the old building via ramps and elevators, but the new building with the glass hall is only partially accessible without an accompanying person. The staff car park can be used by disabled people on request from the art education department. Tel.: 0203-2832195, email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de.

Step-free access at ground level is via the side entrance at Düsseldorferstr. 51 possible. The wheelchair elevator, which is accessible from the outside (address: Friedrich Wilhelm Str. 40), takes you to the entrance area with the cash desk. Barrier-free entrances are marked.

1 disabled toilet is located in the new building and can be reached via a lift if accompanied by the staff. The door widths are suitable for wheelchairs in all parts of the building.

1 wheelchair and folding stool (100) can be borrowed.

An assistance dog is allowed.

Target group-oriented educational programs are offered for people with special needs, such as people with cognitive disabilities.

Guided tours in sign language as well as tactile tours can be booked. Guided tours in simple language are carried out on request.

The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de

The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de

The Café Museum is a pub within sight of the museum, which can be reached on foot and at ground level. Address: Friedrich Wilhelm Straße 64. This restaurant is not operated by the Lehmbruck Museum.
The staff car park can be used by wheelchair users on request at the art education office. Tel.: 0203-2832195, email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de
Level, stepless access via the side entrance Düsseldorferstr. 51.
1 disabled toilet is located in the new building and can be reached via a lift if accompanied by the staff.
The basement can be reached with the Rolli stair lift in the glass hall.
Tactile tours can be booked. The Lehmbruck box contains objects and aids that can be used for guided tours to the permanent collection for blind and visually impaired people.
Guided tours in sign language can be booked.
Guided tours in simple language are carried out on request.
An assistance dog is allowed.
Target group-oriented educational programs are offered for people with special needs, such as people with cognitive disabilities. The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de
The Café Museum is a pub within sight of the museum, which can be reached on foot and at ground level. Address: Friedrich Wilhelm Straße 64. This restaurant is not operated by the Lehmbruck Museum.
Folding stools (100) and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed. Target group-oriented educational programs are offered for people with special needs such as the blind and visually impaired as well as people with cognitive impairments. Tours in sign language and tactile tours can be booked.

The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de





Alicja Kwade – In Agnosie
Skulpturen, Installationen, Videos, Fotografien
23.09.2023 - 25.02.2024
Kartenlink
Lehmbruck Museum
Mi-Sa 12-18, Do 12-22, So11-18 h
Düsseldorfer Straße 51, 47051 Duisburg
0203-2832630


The Lehmbruck Museum extends over several parts of the building and is not completely barrier-free. Wheelchair users can reach the old building via ramps and elevators, but the new building with the glass hall is only partially accessible without an accompanying person. The staff car park can be used by disabled people on request from the art education department. Tel.: 0203-2832195, email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de.

Step-free access at ground level is via the side entrance at Düsseldorferstr. 51 possible. The wheelchair elevator, which is accessible from the outside (address: Friedrich Wilhelm Str. 40), takes you to the entrance area with the cash desk. Barrier-free entrances are marked.

1 disabled toilet is located in the new building and can be reached via a lift if accompanied by the staff. The door widths are suitable for wheelchairs in all parts of the building.

1 wheelchair and folding stool (100) can be borrowed.

An assistance dog is allowed.

Target group-oriented educational programs are offered for people with special needs, such as people with cognitive disabilities.

Guided tours in sign language as well as tactile tours can be booked. Guided tours in simple language are carried out on request.

The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de

The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de

The Café Museum is a pub within sight of the museum, which can be reached on foot and at ground level. Address: Friedrich Wilhelm Straße 64. This restaurant is not operated by the Lehmbruck Museum.
The staff car park can be used by wheelchair users on request at the art education office. Tel.: 0203-2832195, email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de
Level, stepless access via the side entrance Düsseldorferstr. 51.
1 disabled toilet is located in the new building and can be reached via a lift if accompanied by the staff.
The basement can be reached with the Rolli stair lift in the glass hall.
Tactile tours can be booked. The Lehmbruck box contains objects and aids that can be used for guided tours to the permanent collection for blind and visually impaired people.
Guided tours in sign language can be booked.
Guided tours in simple language are carried out on request.
An assistance dog is allowed.
Target group-oriented educational programs are offered for people with special needs, such as people with cognitive disabilities. The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de
The Café Museum is a pub within sight of the museum, which can be reached on foot and at ground level. Address: Friedrich Wilhelm Straße 64. This restaurant is not operated by the Lehmbruck Museum.
Folding stools (100) and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed. Target group-oriented educational programs are offered for people with special needs such as the blind and visually impaired as well as people with cognitive impairments. Tours in sign language and tactile tours can be booked.

The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de





GanzFrei 12
Jahresausstellung der Mitglieder
17.11.2023 - 17.12.2023
Kartenlink
Kunstverein Duisburg e.V.
Do-Sa 17.30-20 h, u.n.V.
Weidenweg 10, 47059 Duisburg
0203-7187841