open 11—18 today

Ernst Barlach Haus


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OPEN TO THE NEW

Welcome! Our door is open again at last. And behind it a new and stimulating exhibition is waiting for you: Woodpeckers on Suet Balls.

NO NEED TO BOOK.
 
Please notice: You must wear a medical / FFP2 mask in the museum. Rules of social distancing and hygiene still apply.

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU!

 

 

Current exhibition
WOODPECKERS ON SUET BALLS
Work by Elisabeth Wagner’s sculpture class (Muthesius University of the Arts and Design, Kiel)
28 March – 12 September 2021

ART IN THE MIDST OF GREENERY

The Ernst Barlach Haus, which opened in 1962 as a private museum, is located in Jenischpark, one of the most beautiful landscape gardens in Hamburg. Attractively embedded in the spacious site on the banks of the River Elbe, the modern, light-flooded museum building houses a unique collection. Numerous key works by the expressionist sculptor, graphic artist and writer Ernst Barlach (1870–1938) are on view here, among them nearly a third of his precious wood sculptures.

In addition to various presentations of the collection and temporary exhibitions of Classical Modern and contemporary art, the Ernst Barlach Haus also offers a diverse programme: guided tours, talks, lectures and the concert series Klang & Form.

 

Collection
DESERT PREACHER AND SINGING WOMEN
Masterworks in the Ernst Barlach Haus Collection
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A museum for Ernst Barlach
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