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Kathe Kollwitz Museum

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Address: Fasanenstrasse 24, Berlin, Germany
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11:00 - 18:00
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Museum featuring the works of artist and pacifist Kathe Kollwitz.

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It is a rare privilege to be able to absorb so many of the works of this great artist, this woman of social conscience, daughter and granddaughter of people of social concience... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Tel Aviv, Israel
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Tel Aviv, Israel
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It is a rare privilege to be able to absorb so many of the works of this great artist, this woman of social conscience, daughter and granddaughter of people of social concience, portrayer and protestor of the plight of the poor. The expressions on the faces of starving children reaching out their bowls to be filled in a soup kitchen;... More 

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Trondheim, Norway
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Reviewed 14 March 2017

Very interesting museum. Impressive drawings. Small, quiet and intimate. Take a coffee afterwards in the "Litteraturhaus" next door.

Thank 833ivars
Bjert, Denmark
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Reviewed 1 February 2017

A little intensive museum, which tell the story and show the universe of Käthe Kollwitz, her fantastic drawings showing the social life in the start of the last century - and the political, historic and social conditions. The outstanding drawings is a strong political statement against war, poorness, and political stupidity. And about to lose persons you love ... And... More 

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Sao Paulo, SP
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Reviewed 15 January 2017

Käthe Kollwitz is too unknown in most of the West. An important polemical artist mostly active in the Inter War years and later banned by the Nazis, Kollwitz was a leader in the movement to make economic and social suffering a legitimate subject of modern art. Kollwitz died at the end of WWII. This museum is a small sample of... More 

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Tel Aviv, Israel
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Reviewed 3 January 2017

I have heard of Kathe Kollwitz before my visit to the museum, but my knowledge was limited and fragmented. The small size of the museum (some 80 works) is one of it's greatest advantages, as it makes it possible to pay attention to every single piece as well as to read the information boards at every room, which illuminate various... More 

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Reviewed 23 October 2016 via mobile

This museum is a must! Even if it is small, it is full of interesting works by Käthe Kollwitz. Everything is nicely presented in German and English and it helps to get an idea of what this incredible woman has done! Very recommendable the statues in the attic.

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Berlin, Germany
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Reviewed 21 October 2016 via mobile

My mother loved this museum. She worked using a lot of the same mediums as Käthe Kollwitz, so it was fascinating to see such a large number of her works in one place. The museum is four or so floors of works. Many of them deal with dark and heavy themes in Germany's history. Themes of motherhood, suffering in Germany,... More 

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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 4 September 2016

Perfect size gallery. Impressive collection, perfectly curated to journey through the artists life. Easy to find, plenty to see.

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West Hollywood, California
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Reviewed 2 September 2016 via mobile

If you are a fan of and familiar with the namesake artist Kathe Kollwitz, you'll love it. We were not previously familiar with her, but stopped in while in the neighborhood. While her subject matter and cause was admirable, we just didn't connect with her art.

Thank Luke A
Cambridge, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 27 August 2016

Her etchings and sculptures capture the human consequences of war. Such sadness. If you don't know of Kaethe Kollwitz, this is the place to find out about her.

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