Geöffnet: Seit dem 16.5.2022 wird nur noch empfohlen eine Maske im Museum zu tragen.
Open: Since 16.5.2022 it is only recommended to wear a mask in the museum.
Das Ludwig Museum hat am Freitag, den 23.6.2022 ab 14 Uhr wegen des “B2Run Koblenz 2022” (ehem. Münz Firmenlauf) geschlossen.
The Ludwig Museum will be closed on Friday, 23.6.2022 from 2 p.m. for the “B2Run Koblenz 2022” (former Münz company run).
Bitte beachten: Das Ludwig Museum hat neue Telefonummern und einen neuen Straßennamen.
Please note: The Ludwig Museum has new telephone numbers and a new street name.
Yoon-Hee – non finito
11.06.2022 – 21.08.2022
At the beginning of her career, the Korean artist Yoon-Hee studied in Seoul, where she completed her Master of Fine Arts in 1974. From 1983, she first worked in Paris and then moved to France altogether in 1986. Like so many artists who come to Europe from the Asian region, she ideally combines both cultures […]
Re-opening of the collection presentation on the 3rd floor
02.04.2022 – 01.12.2022
We are pleased to present the collection of the Ludwig Museum again. After the 3rd floor was used for the exhibition “JUKUWE Kunstreich 2021 ‘Spurensuche Nord’”, works from Daniel Buren to Claude Rutauld can now be seen again.
Anne and Patrick Poirier – Fragility – for the 30th anniversary of the Ludwig Museum
03.09.2022 – 30.10.2022
The exhibition compares for the first time the artists Boris Lurie and Wolf Vostell under the sign of their common confrontation with the Shoah in Germany as well as in America after 1945. On the occasion of the Ludwig Museum’s 30th anniversary, a thematic exhibition is planned that will both take us back to the […]
Boris Lurie & Wolf Vostell – Art After the Shoah – An Art of Survival
13.11.2022 – 29.01.2023
The exhibition compares for the first time the artists Boris Lurie and Wolf Vostell under the sign of their common confrontation with the Shoah in Germany as well as in America after 1945. Boris Lurie, born in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg) in 1924, and Wolf Vostell, born in Leverkusen in 1932, were linked by a […]
Ludwig, the movie
A short movie about our museum (german).
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