A fundamental corner of the city's modern art triangle. Visit any day apart from Mondays!
As you will discover, Düsseuldorf is a city with a vast arts scene, which is why it required so many spaces dedicated to such cultural interests. This brought about the creation of the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, a modern centre both in shape and content. The building itself is a modern, functional and multidisciplinary architectural work of art. This building was designed by architects Beckmann and Brocks, and was inaugurated in 1967. It is wholeheartedly dedicated to the exhibition of contemporary art and, along with the Kunst im Tunnel museum and the NRW-Forum centre, forms the city’s most important modern art triangle. Düsseldorf is therefore one of the most exemplary cities in Europe, when it comes to contemporary art. This building is located at number 4, Grabbeplatz and is open daily apart from Mondays.