The Käthe-Kollwitz-Museum Berlin
… is dedicated to Käthe Kollwitz, the world-famous graphic artist, draftsman and sculptor who lived and worked in Berlin at the beginning of the 20th century. The museum provides an overview of the artist’s work and puts her life and works in a historical context.
Due to the COVID-19-Pandemic we are temporarily closed, but we will open again on April 17, 2021.
Born in Königsberg, Käthe Kollwitz lived and worked in Berlin for over 50 years. With her socially committed works, she worked far beyond Germany and maintained contacts all over the world.
In addition to a permanent exhibition of works by Käthe Kollwitz, the museum presents special exhibitions that deal with the art of their time and related topics of contemporary art.
Founded in 1986, the museum is still privately owned today. In addition to grants from the State of Berlin, the house receives support from numerous private individuals and institutions. A visit is possible any day of the week.