Kunstmuseum Stuttgart
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Kunstmuseum Stuttgart

Exposições instigantes, um acervo impressionante e uma arquitetura espetacular no centro da cidade fazem do Kunstmuseum uma das principais atrações de Stuttgart.

Em uma área de 5.000 m², obras do modernismo clássico, do concretismo e da arte contemporânea podem ser apreciadas no cubo de vidro praticamente transparente distribuídos em dois andares de um antigo conjunto de túneis. Além de uma significativa coleção de Otto Dix, o museu conta também com obras excepcionais de Adolf Hölzel, Willi Baumeister e Dieter Roth.

Horários de abertura:

terça a domingo, 10 às 18 horas, sexta, 10 às 21 horas

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Perfect afternoon: A trip to the Mercedes Benz Museum

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