Art Nouveau to the Present Day - The Permanent Exhibition – The third Tour

permanent exhibition

in short

The focus of the third tour, on the top floor of the south wing of the building, comprises exhibits acquired from the 1900 World Exhibition in paris as well as objects from the Silzer collection on the theme of Art Nouveau.
Nachttischleuchte KANDEM, 1928 Entwurf: M. Brandt, H. Bredendieck
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Visitor entrance

GRASSI Museum Leipzig
Johannisplatz 5–11
04103 Leipzig

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in detail

Particular importance is attached to the works from the 1920s and 1930s, the majority of which were acquired at Grassimesse exhibitions events. these now constitute a unique representation of the time from which they come and it is these with which our museum continues to be largely identified in the eyes of the public. A special exhibit of particular poignancy will be the replica exhibition stand built for the company "Vereinigte Lausitzer Glaswerke Weißwasser" for use at the Grassimesse exhibition in 1936 by Lilli Reich.
The multitude of exhibits from the second half of the 20th century and up to the present day has made it necessary to devise a presentation oriented towards increased flexibility, due to the restrictions of space in the lower storey of the building. This results in the  alternation between different themes in shorter intervals.
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Opening Times

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