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EXHIBITIONS in Düsseldorf

Die Ausstellungsannsicht der GREOSSE KUnstausstellung NRW 2023 zeigt einen Ausstellungssaal im Kunstpalast Düsseldorf mit Bildern Installationen Objekten und Fotografien
Die Ausstellungsannsicht der GREOSSE KUnstausstellung NRW 2023 zeigt einen Ausstellungssaal im Kunstpalast Düsseldorf mit Bildern Installationen Objekten und Fotografien

DIE GROSSE Kunstausstellung NRW 202423.06.2024 - 28.07.2024
Kartenlink
Kunstpalast
Di-So 11-18, Do 11-21 h
Ehrenhof 4-5, 40479 Düsseldorf
0211-56642100


The Kunstpalast is located in two parts of the main courtyard. International temporary exhibitions are shown in the exhibition wing (0st). The Kemp Collection is also on display on the ground floor. The 2nd floor of the collection wing (west) also houses the 19th and 20th centuries as well as highlights from the collection. The collection wing houses the Hentrich Glass Museum (ground floor), the museum studio (ground floor), the graphic cabinet (ground floor), the 20th and 21st century collections (1st floor), the 11th - 16th century collections (1st floor ), as well as the 16th & 17th century collections (1st floor) and the Rubens Gallery (1st floor)

There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces inside. The entrance is via Brüderstrasse.

Access to the museum is at ground level in both parts of the building via a signposted side entrance. There is a bell or a door opener here. West side entrance, door width 120 cm, East side entrance, door width 80 cm. The wheelchair elevator takes you to the ground floor of the exhibition wing and the collection wing.


Disabled toilets are located on the ground floor of both parts of the building.
In both parts of the museum, all levels can be reached barrier-free with the elevators.

The museum cafe on the 1st floor of the exhibition wing can be reached barrier-free by elevator.

Audio guides are available for the collection and large temporary exhibitions.

Folding stools and 2 rental wheelchairs are available.

Events for special needs schools are possible by arrangement. Contact: bildung@smkp.de, Tel.: 0211-566160.

An assistance dog is allowed.
There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces inside. The entrance is via Brüderstrasse.
Access to the museum is at ground level in both parts of the building via a side entrance. There is a bell or a door opener here. The wheelchair elevator then takes you to the ground floor. The side entrances are signposted. West side entrance, door width 120 cm, East side entrance, door width 80 cm.
Disabled toilets are located on the ground floor of both parts of the building.
In both parts of the museum, all levels can be reached barrier-free with the elevators.
The museum cafe on the 1st floor can be reached barrier-free by elevator.
On fixed dates, these tours are accompanied by a sign language interpreter. A place in one of these tandem tours costs €5 plus the respective entrance fee.
Folding stools and 2 rental wheelchairs are available.

Events for special needs schools are possible by arrangement. Tel.: 0211-566160
Audio guides are available for the collection and large temporary exhibitions. Information on this can be found on the information pages of the individual exhibitions.
Assistance dogs are allowed.


The largest exhibition in Germany organized by artists for artists will take place again in 2024 in the Kunstpalast, the NRW Forum and the Ehrenhof. Outdoor sculptures form a connecting line of sight between the art institutions.

Since 1902, the Association for the Organization of Art Exhibitions e.V. has been offering a unique platform for the exchange of artists, art lovers and buyers by organizing this exhibition. Visitors can purchase the works directly on site without the involvement of a gallery. The participating artists are selected from numerous applications by a jury that changes every year. Works from the fields of painting, photography, graphics, sculpture, installation and video are shown.

An extensive supporting program, including performances and artist tours, enables various approaches to the exhibition.

Fig.: Exhibition view of DIE GROSSE 2023 (detail), photo: Morgaine Prinz

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1874/2024 - 150 Jahre Stadtmuseum08.02.2024 - 11.08.2024
Kartenlink
Stadtmuseum Düsseldorf
Di-Do, So 11-20, Fr, Sa 11-24 h
Berger Allee 2, 40213 Düsseldorf
0211-8996170


Das Stadtmuseum Düsseldorf ist im ehemaligen Palais Spee und einem 1991 entstandenen Erweiterungsbau beheimatet. Das Gebäudeensemble liegt unweit des Rheins in der Düsseldorfer Carlstadt am Spee’schen Graben mit der angrenzenden Grünanlage.4 ausgewiesene und durch Poller abgesperrte Behindertenparkplätze befinden sich vor dem Eingang des Stadtmuseums. Zufahrtsweg über Schulstrasse, Citadellstrasse, Berger Allee. Zur Entfernung der Poller bitte anrufen unter Tel.: 0211-899-6170 (Kasse).Barrierefreier, ebenerdiger Zugang zum Haus. Eine Klingel befindet sich am Eingang. Ein behindertengerechtes WC ist im EG vorhanden. Die zweite Etage kann über einen Rolli-Lift erreicht werden.Unterschiedliche Führungen und Workshops für sehbeeinträchtigte und erblindete Personen können gebucht werden. Einmal pro Halbjahr werden öffentliche, kostenfreie Führungen für sehbeeinträchtigte und erblindete Personen angeboten. Zudem besteht die kostenfreie Möglichkeit, das Haus mit einer Broschüre in Großschrift oder in Brailleschrift selbstständig zu erkunden.Alle Führungen und Workshops sind mit Gebärdensprachdolmetscher buchbar. Einmal pro Monat werden öffentliche kostenfreie Führungen mit Gebärdensprachdolmetscher angeboten. Alle Führungen und Workshops sind in einfacher Sprache buchbar.Klapphocker können kostenfrei ausgeliehen werden. Ein Leihrollstuhl ist vorhanden.Beim Projekt „Biografie der Stadt“ für Seniorinnen und Senioren mit und ohne Demenz werden in Kooperation mit der Diakonie Düsseldorf Workshops zur Stadtgeschichte angeboten oder Interviews zur selbst erlebten Stadtgeschichte geführt.Auskunft zum Vermittlungsangebot erteilt Svenja Wilken unter Tel.: 0211-8996172. Buchungen über Melanie Mäder unter Tel.: 0211-8996495.
4 ausgewiesene und durch Poller abgesperrte Behindertenparkplätze befinden sich vor dem Eingang des Stadtmuseums. Zufahrtsweg über Schulstrasse, Citadellstrasse, Berger Allee. Zur Entfernung der Poller bitte anrufen unter Tel.: 0211-899-6170 (Kasse).
Barrierefreier, ebenerdiger Zugang zum Haus. Eine Klingel befindet sich am Eingang.
Ein behindertengerechtes WC im EG ist vorhanden.
Die zweite Etage kann über einen Rolli-Lift erreicht werden.
Unterschiedliche Führungen und Workshops für sehbeeinträchtigte und erblindete Personen können gebucht werden. Einmal pro Halbjahr werden öffentliche, kostenfreie Führungen für sehbeeinträchtigte und erblindete Personen angeboten. Zudem besteht die kostenfreie Möglichkeit, das Haus mit einer Broschüre in Großschrift oder in Brailleschrift selbstständig zu erkunden.Ein Assistenzhund ist erlaubt.
Alle Führungen und Workshops sind mit Gebärdensprachdolmetscher buchbar. Einmal pro Monat werden öffentliche kostenfreie Führungen mit Gebärdensprachdolmetscher angeboten.
Alle Führungen und Workshops sind in einfacher Sprache buchbar.
Klapphocker können kostenfrei ausgeliehen werden. Ein Leihrollstuhl ist vorhanden.Beim Projekt „Biografie der Stadt“ für Seniorinnen und Senioren mit und ohne Demenz werden in Kooperation mit der Diakonie Düsseldorf Workshops zur Stadtgeschichte angeboten oder Interviews zur selbst erlebten Stadtgeschichte geführt.Auskunft zum Vermittlungsangebot erteilt Svenja Wilken unter Tel. 0211-8996172. Buchungen und weitere Infos bitte über Melanie Mäder unter Tel. 0211-8996495.
Ein Assistenzhund ist erlaubt.





In Abwesenheit
Sammlungspräsentation Fotografie
03.03.2024 - 08.09.2024
Vernissage: 03.03.2024 14-18 Uhr
Kartenlink
Sammlung Philara
Do 16-20 h u.n.V.
Birkenstraße 47, 40233 Düsseldorf
0211-24862721




Hilma af Klint und Wassily Kandinsky. Träume von der Zukunft16.03.2024 - 11.08.2024
Vernissage: 15.03.2024 19.30-22 Uhr
Kartenlink
K20 Grabbeplatz
Di-Fr 10-18, Sa/So/Fei 11-18, 1. Mi. im Monat 10-22 h
Grabbeplatz 5, 40213 Düsseldorf
0211-8381204


The art collection of North Rhine-Westphalia is housed in three buildings. K20 Grabbeplatz and K21 Ständehaus are generally barrier-free. Due to the special architecture, the Schmela house is not barrier-free. Disabled parking spaces for K20 are located in the underground car park. Access to K20 is via a flat ramp (main entrance).

All levels of K20 can be reached barrier-free via an elevator.

1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor, as well as a disabled cloakroom with low lockers.

All door widths in K20 are suitable for wheelchairs.

Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request. Information on guided tours and educational offers is available from the visitor service on Tel.: 0211-8381204, Email:service@kunstsammlung.de.

The artistically designed café on the 2nd floor is barrier-free accessible via the elevator.

Guide dogs and dogs for the disabled can be taken along with the appropriate legitimation.

A person accompanying blind and visually impaired visitors does not pay admission.
There are 4 disabled parking spaces in the underground car park under K20 Grabbeplatz.
Access to K20 is via a flat ramp. (Main entrance)
1 disabled toilet is located on the ground floor.
All levels of K20 can be reached barrier-free via an elevator.
The café on the 2nd floor is barrier-free accessible via the elevator.
The art collection offers guided tours in sign language for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors.
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.
Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

Information on guided tours and mediation offers from the visitor service on Tel.: 0211-8381204, Email:service@kunstsammlung.de.
Guide dogs and dogs for the disabled can be taken along with the appropriate legitimation.

A person accompanying blind and visually impaired visitors does not pay admission.





Mike Kelley – Ghost and Spirit
Retrospektive
23.03.2024 - 08.09.2024
Kartenlink
K21 Ständehaus
Di-Fr 10-18, Sa/So/Fei 11-18, 1.Mi. im Monat 10-22 h
Ständehausstrasse 1, 40217 Düsseldorf
0211-838166


The art collection of North Rhine-Westphalia is housed in three buildings. K20 Grabbeplatz and K21 Ständehaus are generally barrier-free. Due to the special architecture, the Schmela house is not barrier-free.

2 disabled parking spaces for K21 Standehaus are located in front of the building. Access to the K21 Ständehaus is at ground level and has no steps via the main entrance.

A door opener is located to the right of the entrance.

All levels of the K21 Ständehaus can be reached barrier-free via a lift.

1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor, as well as a disabled cloakroom with low lockers. All door widths in K21 Ständehaus are suitable for wheelchairs.

Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

Audio guides are available for individual exhibitions, depending on the exhibition also in simple language.

The art collection offers guided tours in sign language for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors.

Information on guided tours and educational offers is available from the visitor service on Tel.: 0211-8381204, Email:service@kunstsammlung.de.

The artistically designed Pardo Bar on the ground floor is barrier-free.

An assistance dog is allowed.

2 disabled parking spaces are available in the closed interior area next to the building. There is an intercom in the Elisbethstraße 5 area, the barrier is opened by the control center on request.
Access to the K21 Ständehaus is at ground level and has no steps via the main entrance. A door opener is located to the right of the entrance.
1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor.
All levels of K21 Ständehaus can be reached barrier-free via an elevator
Audio guides are available for some exhibitions.
Für gehörlose und hörgeschädigte Besucher bietet die Kunstsammlung Führungen in Gebärdensprache an.
Für einzelne Ausstellungen stehen Audioguides in Leichter Sprache zur Verfügung.
Assistance dogs are aloowed
Die künstlerisch gestaltete Pardo Bar im EG ist barrierefrei zugänglich.
Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

The art collection offers guided tours in sign language for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors.

Audio guides are available for individual exhibitions, depending on the exhibition also in simple language.





Neuerwerbungen Frühjahr 202425.03.2024 - 31.08.2024
Kartenlink
Galerie Ludorff
Di-Fr 10-18, Sa 11-14 h
Königsallee 22, 40212 Düsseldorf
0211-326566




Lynn Hershman Leeson – Are Our Eyes Targets?
Videos, Fotocollagen, interaktive Mixed-Media-Installationen
11.04.2024 - 02.02.2025
Vernissage: 09.04.2024 18-22 Uhr
Kartenlink
Julia Stoschek Collection
Sa/So 12-18 Uhr, jeder 1. Do. im Monat 18-22 Uhr
Schanzenstrasse 54, 40549 Düsseldorf
0211-5858840




Digital Diaries
Alex Ayed, Sophie Calle, Rindon Johnson, Kristin Lucas, Sarah Lucas, Jota Mombaça, Hannah Perry, Frances Stark, Martine Syms, Wolfgang Tillmans, Tromarama, Hannah Wilke, Ken Okiishi
11.04.2024 - 02.02.2025
Kartenlink
Julia Stoschek Collection
Sa/So 12-18 Uhr, jeder 1. Do. im Monat 18-22 Uhr
Schanzenstrasse 54, 40549 Düsseldorf
0211-5858840




Forthcoming. Spekulationen im urbanen Raum13.04.2024 - 04.08.2024
Kartenlink
K21 Ständehaus
Di-Fr 10-18, Sa/So/Fei 11-18, 1.Mi. im Monat 10-22 h
Ständehausstrasse 1, 40217 Düsseldorf
0211-838166


The art collection of North Rhine-Westphalia is housed in three buildings. K20 Grabbeplatz and K21 Ständehaus are generally barrier-free. Due to the special architecture, the Schmela house is not barrier-free.

2 disabled parking spaces for K21 Standehaus are located in front of the building. Access to the K21 Ständehaus is at ground level and has no steps via the main entrance.

A door opener is located to the right of the entrance.

All levels of the K21 Ständehaus can be reached barrier-free via a lift.

1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor, as well as a disabled cloakroom with low lockers. All door widths in K21 Ständehaus are suitable for wheelchairs.

Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

Audio guides are available for individual exhibitions, depending on the exhibition also in simple language.

The art collection offers guided tours in sign language for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors.

Information on guided tours and educational offers is available from the visitor service on Tel.: 0211-8381204, Email:service@kunstsammlung.de.

The artistically designed Pardo Bar on the ground floor is barrier-free.

An assistance dog is allowed.

2 disabled parking spaces are available in the closed interior area next to the building. There is an intercom in the Elisbethstraße 5 area, the barrier is opened by the control center on request.
Access to the K21 Ständehaus is at ground level and has no steps via the main entrance. A door opener is located to the right of the entrance.
1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor.
All levels of K21 Ständehaus can be reached barrier-free via an elevator
Audio guides are available for some exhibitions.
Für gehörlose und hörgeschädigte Besucher bietet die Kunstsammlung Führungen in Gebärdensprache an.
Für einzelne Ausstellungen stehen Audioguides in Leichter Sprache zur Verfügung.
Assistance dogs are aloowed
Die künstlerisch gestaltete Pardo Bar im EG ist barrierefrei zugänglich.
Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

The art collection offers guided tours in sign language for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors.

Audio guides are available for individual exhibitions, depending on the exhibition also in simple language.





Martina Sauter – Newsfiction:2
Lido im Malkasten (Bar)
16.04.2024 - 30.08.2024
Kartenlink
Künstlerverein Malkasten
Öffnungszeiten siehe Website
Jacobistraße 6a, 40211 Düsseldorf
0211-356471




Carl Emanuel Wolff – Trommler und Fische
Vitrine im Hentrichhaus
16.04.2024 - 30.08.2024
Kartenlink
Künstlerverein Malkasten
Öffnungszeiten siehe Website
Jacobistraße 6a, 40211 Düsseldorf
0211-356471




Klaus Fußmann – Ein Fest für die Augen29.04.2024 - 27.07.2024
Vernissage: 28.04.2024 11-134 Uhr
Kartenlink
Galerie Ludorff
Di-Fr 10-18, Sa 11-14 h
Königsallee 22, 40212 Düsseldorf
0211-326566




100 Jahre Keramische Werkstatt Margaretenhöhe - Young-Jae Lee im Hetjens16.05.2024 - 01.09.2024
Kartenlink
Hetjens – Deutsches Keramikmuseum Düsseldorf
Di, Do-So 11-17, Mi 11-21 h
Schulstraße 4, 40213 Düsseldorf
0211-8994210


As part of the guided tour for blind and visually impaired people - learning the art of ceramics by feeling - selected objects from the museum depot, replicas, but also exhibits are available to touch and feel, giving visitors an intensive impression of the ceramic diversity. The sense of smell and hearing are also challenged when smelling earthy-scented clay or hearing the bright sound of a wafer-thin porcelain cup

Information and registration from Ms. Bentz on 0211-8994206 or by email ekaterina.bentz@duesseldorf.de





Sumi Anjuman – Wounds Healed, Tales Etched17.05.2024 - 08.09.2024
Vernissage: 17.05.2024 18-21 Uhr
Kartenlink
Sammlung Philara
Do 16-20 h u.n.V.
Birkenstraße 47, 40233 Düsseldorf
0211-24862721




Thomas Ruff, Allan Sekula17.05.2024 - 27.07.2024
Kartenlink
Konrad Fischer Galerie
Di-Fr 11-18, Sa 11-14 h
Platanenstr. 7, 40233 Düsseldorf
0211-685908




Sanna Helena Berger, Cecilie Norgaard – Die Installierte Reale24.05.2024 - 23.07.2024
Vernissage: 23.05.2024 18-22 Uhr
Kartenlink
Rinde am Rhein
Siehe Webseite
Kreuzstraße 49, 40210 Düsseldorf
0179-69185818




Viki Berg, Erik Mikaia, Hyunjin Kim, Sofia Magdits Espinoza – Follow the Thread01.06.2024 - 15.09.2024
Kartenlink
KIT - Kunst im Tunnel
Di-So/Fei 11-18
Mannesmannufer 1b, 40213 Düsseldorf
0211-8996243


In 2007, KIT – Kunst im Tunnel, a spectacular meeting place for contemporary art, was opened directly under Düsseldorf`s Rhine promenade in a space that lies between the tunnel tubes for car traffic.

The visible entrance to KIT – a pavilion building on the promenade that is glazed towards the Rhine – houses the KIT Café and is one of the most beautiful gastronomic addresses on the Rhine. When the sun is shining, the terrace with a view of the knee of the Rhine is a place to relax and enjoy.

Through the café, visitors reach the underground exhibition area via a large staircase or by elevator. This swings elliptically over a length of 140 meters parallel to the Rhine. The ceiling height and width of the room vary. The works of young artists are exhibited between the concrete walls, which the artistic director of the KIT, Gertrud Peters, invites to exhibit here.

Among other things, acoustic tours are carried out for visually impaired and blind visitors.
The elevator in the KIT Cafe takes you to the underground exhibition area.
On the exhibition level there is a disabled toilet that can be reached by elevator.
Acoustic tours are conducted for visually impaired and blind visitors.





Neue Werke in der Sammlung
Aktuelle Sammlungspräsentation
02.06.2024 - 25.08.2024
Kartenlink
K21 Ständehaus
Di-Fr 10-18, Sa/So/Fei 11-18, 1.Mi. im Monat 10-22 h
Ständehausstrasse 1, 40217 Düsseldorf
0211-838166


The art collection of North Rhine-Westphalia is housed in three buildings. K20 Grabbeplatz and K21 Ständehaus are generally barrier-free. Due to the special architecture, the Schmela house is not barrier-free.

2 disabled parking spaces for K21 Standehaus are located in front of the building. Access to the K21 Ständehaus is at ground level and has no steps via the main entrance.

A door opener is located to the right of the entrance.

All levels of the K21 Ständehaus can be reached barrier-free via a lift.

1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor, as well as a disabled cloakroom with low lockers. All door widths in K21 Ständehaus are suitable for wheelchairs.

Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

Audio guides are available for individual exhibitions, depending on the exhibition also in simple language.

The art collection offers guided tours in sign language for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors.

Information on guided tours and educational offers is available from the visitor service on Tel.: 0211-8381204, Email:service@kunstsammlung.de.

The artistically designed Pardo Bar on the ground floor is barrier-free.

An assistance dog is allowed.

2 disabled parking spaces are available in the closed interior area next to the building. There is an intercom in the Elisbethstraße 5 area, the barrier is opened by the control center on request.
Access to the K21 Ständehaus is at ground level and has no steps via the main entrance. A door opener is located to the right of the entrance.
1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor.
All levels of K21 Ständehaus can be reached barrier-free via an elevator
Audio guides are available for some exhibitions.
Für gehörlose und hörgeschädigte Besucher bietet die Kunstsammlung Führungen in Gebärdensprache an.
Für einzelne Ausstellungen stehen Audioguides in Leichter Sprache zur Verfügung.
Assistance dogs are aloowed
Die künstlerisch gestaltete Pardo Bar im EG ist barrierefrei zugänglich.
Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

The art collection offers guided tours in sign language for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors.

Audio guides are available for individual exhibitions, depending on the exhibition also in simple language.





Mary-Audrey Ramirez – Unsolicited Awakening05.06.2024 - 15.09.2024
Kartenlink
KAI 10 | Arthena Foundation
Di-Sa 12-17 h
Kaistraße 10, 40221 Düsseldorf
0211-99434130




Die Heilung der Erde
50 Jahre Deutsch-Mongolische Freundschaft
29.06.2024 - 08.09.2024
Kartenlink
Kunsthalle Düsseldorf
Di-Sa 12-19, So/Fei 11-18 h
Grabbeplatz 4, 40213 Düsseldorf
0211-8996243


The Kunsthalle`s concrete cube, built in 1967, houses the two independent institutions Kunsthalle Düsseldorf and Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westphalia.

The Kunsthalle is a house for temporary exhibitions without its own collection. Tendencies and positions in contemporary art and their historical and local reference points are at the center of the program.

Due to the structural conditions, the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf is not completely barrier-free.

In the car park opposite under the North Rhine-Westphalia Art Collection at Grabbeplatz 5, there are 5 designated disabled parking spaces. From the parking lot, take the exit to the street and then to the Kunsthalle. The car park staff will be happy to help and can be called on Tel.: 0176-37765668. The distance to the Kunsthalle opposite is about 100 meters.

Access to the building for wheelchair users is at ground level via a rear entrance.

The supervisory staff is called with a bell at the main entrance to the left of the stairs in the bookshop area. Accompanied by the supervisor, you can take the elevator to the exhibition levels on the 1st and 2nd floors.

The door widths throughout the house are suitable for wheelchair users.

There is a toilet on the second floor of the Kunsthalle, which can also be reached by visitors in wheelchairs via a short but steep ramp. Accompaniment by an assistant from the house is required. Access is via a cumbersome door.

20 folding stools and 10 magnifying glasses can be borrowed. Texts in plain language are provided for individual exhibitions.

Workshops for different target groups are offered on request.

Guided tours for the blind and visually impaired are available on request.

An assistance dog is allowed.
Im Parkhaus unter der Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen (Grabbeplatz 5) stehen 5 ausgewiesene Behindertenparkplätze zur Verfügung. Vom Parkplatz geht es über die Ausfahrt zur Strasse. Das Personal ist behilflich und kann gerufen werden unter Tel.: 0176-37765668. Entfernung zur gegenüber liegenden Kunsthalle ca. 100 Meter.
Der Zugang zum Gebäude erfolgt für Rollstuhlfahrer ebenerdig über den Hintereingang. Mit einer Aussen-Klingel an der linken Gebäudeseite im Bereich der Buchhandlung wird das Aufsichtspersonal gerufen. In Begleitung der Aufsicht gelangt man mit dem Aufzug in die Ausstellungsebene im 1.OG und im 2. OG. Das Foyer und die Garderobe sind für Rollstuhlfahrer nicht zugänglich, das Personal ist Ihnen aber behilflich.
There is a toilet on the second floor of the Kunsthalle, which can also be reached by visitors in wheelchairs via a short but steep ramp. Accompaniment by an assistant from the house is required. Access is via a cumbersome door.
The exhibition rooms on the 1st and 2nd floors can be reached by elevator accompanied by the security staff.
Guided tours for the blind and visually impaired are available on request. An acoustic tour is offered for each temporary exhibition. This is aimed at blind, visually impaired and sighted people alike.
Texts in plain language are provided for individual exhibitions
An assistance dog is allowed.
20 folding stools and 10 magnifying glasses can be borrowed.

Workshops are offered for different target groups.

Guided tours for the blind and visually impaired are available on request.

An acoustic tour is offered for each temporary exhibition. This is aimed at blind, visually impaired and sighted people alike.





There is no future like no future06.07.2024 - 04.08.2024
Kartenlink
Rinde am Rhein
Siehe Webseite
Kreuzstraße 49, 40210 Düsseldorf
0179-69185818




Groupshow06.07.2024 - 28.07.2024
Kartenlink
Rinde am Rhein
Siehe Webseite
Kreuzstraße 49, 40210 Düsseldorf
0179-69185818




Raus ins Museum! Rein in Deine Sammlung
Meisterwerke von Etel Adnan bis Andy Warhol in einer umfangreichen Neupräsentation
06.07.2024 - 01.12.2024
Kartenlink
K20 Grabbeplatz
Di-Fr 10-18, Sa/So/Fei 11-18, 1. Mi. im Monat 10-22 h
Grabbeplatz 5, 40213 Düsseldorf
0211-8381204


The art collection of North Rhine-Westphalia is housed in three buildings. K20 Grabbeplatz and K21 Ständehaus are generally barrier-free. Due to the special architecture, the Schmela house is not barrier-free. Disabled parking spaces for K20 are located in the underground car park. Access to K20 is via a flat ramp (main entrance).

All levels of K20 can be reached barrier-free via an elevator.

1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor, as well as a disabled cloakroom with low lockers.

All door widths in K20 are suitable for wheelchairs.

Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request. Information on guided tours and educational offers is available from the visitor service on Tel.: 0211-8381204, Email:service@kunstsammlung.de.

The artistically designed café on the 2nd floor is barrier-free accessible via the elevator.

Guide dogs and dogs for the disabled can be taken along with the appropriate legitimation.

A person accompanying blind and visually impaired visitors does not pay admission.
There are 4 disabled parking spaces in the underground car park under K20 Grabbeplatz.
Access to K20 is via a flat ramp. (Main entrance)
1 disabled toilet is located on the ground floor.
All levels of K20 can be reached barrier-free via an elevator.
The café on the 2nd floor is barrier-free accessible via the elevator.
The art collection offers guided tours in sign language for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors.
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.
Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

Information on guided tours and mediation offers from the visitor service on Tel.: 0211-8381204, Email:service@kunstsammlung.de.
Guide dogs and dogs for the disabled can be taken along with the appropriate legitimation.

A person accompanying blind and visually impaired visitors does not pay admission.





Constanze Victoria Thieleke, Peter Heister – Meeting07.07.2024 - 14.08.2024
Kartenlink
Galerie Peter Tedden
Mi-Fr 15-19, Sa 10-14 h u.n.V.
Mutter-Ey-Str. 5, 40213 Düsseldorf
0177-6717467




Summersale17.07.2024 - 10.08.2024
Kartenlink
Anna Klinkhammer Galerie
Di-Fr 12-18, Sa 12-16 h
Neubrückstr. 6, 40213 Düsseldorf
0172-4344557




Lars Eidinger. O Mensch31.08.2024 - 26.01.2025
Kartenlink
K21 Ständehaus
Di-Fr 10-18, Sa/So/Fei 11-18, 1.Mi. im Monat 10-22 h
Ständehausstrasse 1, 40217 Düsseldorf
0211-838166


The art collection of North Rhine-Westphalia is housed in three buildings. K20 Grabbeplatz and K21 Ständehaus are generally barrier-free. Due to the special architecture, the Schmela house is not barrier-free.

2 disabled parking spaces for K21 Standehaus are located in front of the building. Access to the K21 Ständehaus is at ground level and has no steps via the main entrance.

A door opener is located to the right of the entrance.

All levels of the K21 Ständehaus can be reached barrier-free via a lift.

1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor, as well as a disabled cloakroom with low lockers. All door widths in K21 Ständehaus are suitable for wheelchairs.

Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

Audio guides are available for individual exhibitions, depending on the exhibition also in simple language.

The art collection offers guided tours in sign language for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors.

Information on guided tours and educational offers is available from the visitor service on Tel.: 0211-8381204, Email:service@kunstsammlung.de.

The artistically designed Pardo Bar on the ground floor is barrier-free.

An assistance dog is allowed.

2 disabled parking spaces are available in the closed interior area next to the building. There is an intercom in the Elisbethstraße 5 area, the barrier is opened by the control center on request.
Access to the K21 Ständehaus is at ground level and has no steps via the main entrance. A door opener is located to the right of the entrance.
1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor.
All levels of K21 Ständehaus can be reached barrier-free via an elevator
Audio guides are available for some exhibitions.
Für gehörlose und hörgeschädigte Besucher bietet die Kunstsammlung Führungen in Gebärdensprache an.
Für einzelne Ausstellungen stehen Audioguides in Leichter Sprache zur Verfügung.
Assistance dogs are aloowed
Die künstlerisch gestaltete Pardo Bar im EG ist barrierefrei zugänglich.
Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

The art collection offers guided tours in sign language for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors.

Audio guides are available for individual exhibitions, depending on the exhibition also in simple language.





Yoko Ono. Music of the Mind28.09.2024 - 16.03.2025
Kartenlink
K20 Grabbeplatz
Di-Fr 10-18, Sa/So/Fei 11-18, 1. Mi. im Monat 10-22 h
Grabbeplatz 5, 40213 Düsseldorf
0211-8381204


The art collection of North Rhine-Westphalia is housed in three buildings. K20 Grabbeplatz and K21 Ständehaus are generally barrier-free. Due to the special architecture, the Schmela house is not barrier-free. Disabled parking spaces for K20 are located in the underground car park. Access to K20 is via a flat ramp (main entrance).

All levels of K20 can be reached barrier-free via an elevator.

1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor, as well as a disabled cloakroom with low lockers.

All door widths in K20 are suitable for wheelchairs.

Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request. Information on guided tours and educational offers is available from the visitor service on Tel.: 0211-8381204, Email:service@kunstsammlung.de.

The artistically designed café on the 2nd floor is barrier-free accessible via the elevator.

Guide dogs and dogs for the disabled can be taken along with the appropriate legitimation.

A person accompanying blind and visually impaired visitors does not pay admission.
There are 4 disabled parking spaces in the underground car park under K20 Grabbeplatz.
Access to K20 is via a flat ramp. (Main entrance)
1 disabled toilet is located on the ground floor.
All levels of K20 can be reached barrier-free via an elevator.
The café on the 2nd floor is barrier-free accessible via the elevator.
The art collection offers guided tours in sign language for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors.
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.
Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

Information on guided tours and mediation offers from the visitor service on Tel.: 0211-8381204, Email:service@kunstsammlung.de.
Guide dogs and dogs for the disabled can be taken along with the appropriate legitimation.

A person accompanying blind and visually impaired visitors does not pay admission.