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Staatsgalerie Stuttgart

Due to our Unlock Art™ program you can get free access to the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart: Holding a rich stock of paintings and sculptures the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart is one of the most visited museums in Germany. The museum is just a few meters away to Le Méridien Stuttgart and can be reached within a 5-minute-walk.

Highlights of the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart

 

The main focus of the collection is modern art. About 800 pieces are presented in the permanent exhibition and special exhibitions show works from the broad collection of 400,000 sheets of the department of prints, drawings and photographs. Accompanied by an extensive guided programme seven to eight exhibitions take place yearly.

Complimentary access for overnight guests

 

Due to the Unlock Art™ program of Le Méridien Stuttgart guests can access exhibitions with the creatively designed door keys of the group LM100™ artists. Open your eyes + mind to a new perspective. Discover the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart with Le Méridien!

Opening hours Staatsgalerie Stuttgart

 

Monday: closed
Tuesday - Sunday: 10:00 am -6:00 pm
Thursday: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm

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Current Exhibitions

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Julian Rosefeldt, Manifesto, 2015 © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2016

Julian Rosefeldt

Manifesto

16.12.2016 - 14.05.2017

Following widely noted presentations in Melbourne, Berlin, Sydney, Hannover and Duisburg, Julian Rosefeldt’s Manifesto (2015) will be on view at the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart. The large-scale video installation is dedicated to artists’ manifestos of the twentieth century. Thirteen monologues played simultaneously in infinite loops, are interpreted by the Australian actress Cate Blanchett, who slips into the roles of a homeless person, manager, punk, teacher, puppeteer, news presenter, etc. for this purpose.

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Vincent van Gogh, Le semeur (Der Sämann), Hahnloser/Jaeggli Stiftung, Winterthur, Image: Reto Pedrini, Zürich

Flora Awakening

Masterworks from the Collection Hahnloser-Bühler

03.02. – 18.06.2017

The Swiss couple Arthur and Hedy Hahnloser-Bühler amassed an extensive collection of Post-Impressionist art between 1906 and 1936. Their unique holdings comprise works by nearly all of the great trailblazers of modernism in art, from van Gogh to Cézanne, Manet to Vallotton, and Manguin to Renoir. The collectors gave special priority to the Nabis artists Félix Vallotton, Pierre Bonnard and Édouard Vuillard, and to the Fauves around Henri Matisse. The exhibition “Flora Awakening” presents some 100 paintings and sculptures by fifteen artists from the historical Hahnloser collection.

 

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Katsushika Hokusai aus der Serie: Beide Ufer des Sumidagawa auf einen Blick, Farbholzschnitt mit Glimmer, 20,1 x 30,4 cm, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Graphische Sammlung

To the Other End of the World

Japan and the other European Masters of Modernism

03.02. – 18.06.2017

Concurrently with the exhibition »Flora Awakening: Masterworks from the Collection of Arthur and Hedy Hahnloser-Bühler«, the Staatsgalerie’s Department of Prints, Drawings and Photographs will mount a presentation of Japanese colour woodblock prints from its own holdings. The Exhibition will provide insights into the beauty and expressive force of the colourful Japanese prints.

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