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Gunzenhauser Museum Stollberger Str. 2, 09119 Chemnitz Telephone: +49 3714887024
The Gunzenhauser Museum (German: Museum Gunzenhauser) is a museum and art gallery located in Chemnitz; third largest city of Saxony, Germany. It contains 2,459 works by 270 modern artists of the 20th century that have been collected by the art dealer Dr. Alfred Gunzenhauser. The Gunzenhauser Museum was inaugurated in December 2007 in the presence of the German President Horst Köhler and is one of the most important museums of Modern Art in Germa
Dresden City Museum Wilsdruffer Str. 2, 01067 Dresden Telephone: +49 3514887301
Dresden City Museum (Stadtmuseum Dresden) is the central city museum for the German city of Dresden. Its displays tell the 800-year story of the city and is the largest and most important of the Dresden State Museums (Städtischen Museen Dresden). Its art collections split off in 2000 to form the Dresden City Art Gallery, but both the Art Gallery and the Museum are housed in Dresden's Landhaus.
Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden Residenzschloss, Taschenberg 2, 01067 Dresden Telephone: +49 35149142000
The museums show their treasures at their different locations, some housed in world-renowned, painstakingly reconstructed historical buildings: They are the Green Vault, the Cabinet of Prints, Drawings and Photographs, the Coin Cabinet and the Armoury in Dresden’s Royal Palace; the Porcelain Collection, the Royal Cabinet of Mathematical and Physical Instruments and the Old Masters Picture Gallery in the Semper Building at the Zwinger; the Sculpture Collection with exhibitions in the Semper Building at the Zwinger and at the Albertinum, as a part of the presentation of Romantic to contemporary art; the Saxon Folk Art Museum with Puppet Theatre Collection in the Jägerhof; the Museum of Decorative Arts in Pillnitz and last but not least the GRASSI Ethnographical Museum in Leipzig, the Ethnographical Museum Dresden and the Ethnographical Museum in Herrnhut.
Grassi Museum Johannispl. 5-11, 04103 Leipzig Telephone: +49 3419730770
The Grassi Museum is a building complex in Leipzig, Germany, home to three museums: the Ethnography Museum, Musical Instruments Museum, and Applied Arts Museum. It is sometimes known as the "Museums in the Grassi", or as the "New" Grassi Museum (to distinguish it from the older building with this name, now home to the municipal library).
Museum of Antiquities of the University of Leipzig Nikolaikirchhof 2, 04109 Leipzig Telephone: +49 3419730700
The foundations of the collection were laid in the first half of the 18th century, with the first acquisitions of antiques by the University. As early as 1735, Johann Friedrich Christ, archaeologist and professor of poetry, used antiques from his ownership in lectures. In the early 19th century the antiques collection acquired the title "Archaeology and Art Cabinet".
Museum der bildenden Künste Katharinenstraße 10, 04109 Leipzig Telephone: +49 341216990
The Museum of Fine Arts owns about 4,600 paintings from the late Middle Ages to Present, 1,800 sculptures, more than 70,000 works on paper and over 5.000 photos. Ever since the founding of the museum, the inventory has been continuously expanded mainly through private donations and patronages and nowadays belongs to the largest art-collections in Germany. Discover over 500 years of art history and encounter with the old masters Frans Hals and Lucas Cranach, works from the romantic period by Caspar David Friedrich and Andreas Achenbach or a wide range of art from Leipzig.