Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum
The first museum in the world dedicated to a female painter. It contains numerous examples of her work as well as a Bernhard Hoetger collection.
The Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum was the first museum in the world dedicated to the work of a female painter. The merchant Ludwig Roselius, a patron of the arts, brought together a selection of her major works and these are supplemented by the extensive collection of the Paula Modersohn-Becker Foundation. On show are paintings from all of the creative phases in Modersohn-Becker's life, documenting her outstanding role as a pioneer of modern painting around 1900 and impressively illustrating her search for a new formal language. Jenny Holzer's homage 'For Paula Modersohn-Becker' has been on display in the museum staircase since May 2005.
Every two weeks, young visitors to the Böttcherstrasse Museums can enjoy a creative adventure at the children's art studio. Following in the footsteps of painter Paula Modersohn-Becker and many other artists, children aged six to ten can paint, glue and daub their own colourful works of art. Click here for information on how to book.
(admission for both Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum and Ludwig Roselius Museum)
free admission for kids and teens under the age of 17
from 10 Persons €6.00 per person