When you visit Germany, if you are interested in Expressionism Art, you might want to take a look of Gunzenhauser Museum. Gunzenhauser Museum has a large collection of Modern art from 270 modern artist. From Expressionists to modern masterpieces, Gunzenhauser Museum is place to explore their extraordinary treasures of the modern art.
The Gunzenhauser Museum is located in Chemnitz which is the third largest city of Saxony, Germany. More than two thousand artworks from over 270 modern artists have been collected in the Gunzenhauser Museum. The Gunzenhauser Museum opened in December 2007 and is one of the most important museums of Modern Art in Germany. The Gunzenhauser Museum has the Germany's second-largest collection of works by Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, the famous Expressionist from Chemnitz and co-founder of the group of artists known as Die Brücke. The collection's main component are numerous works of Expressionism. The exhibition consists of works by Max Beckmann, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Erich Heckel and Karl Schmidt-Rottluff.