Saarlandmuseum - Moderne Galerie
The Modern Gallery is one of the leading museums in southwest Germany and is the leading museum institution in Saarland. Characterized by its location close to the border, its rich holdings from Impressionism to the present unfold in a dialogue, especially between French and German currents. The focus is on the painting of the Berlin Secession, German Expressionism as well as the art of the École de Paris and Informel. The museum houses the estate of the sculptor Alexander Archipenko and has extensive graphic and photographic collections, the latter going back directly to the founder of "subjective photography", Otto Steinert.
Moderne Galerie, Bismarckstraße 11-15, 66111 Saarbrücken
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