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Galerie Sassen Luzia Sassen showcases local and international art of the 20th and 21st Centuries.
The Kunstmuseum Bonn can be found next to the Haus der Geschichte on the so-called museum mile. It's not just the unusual modern 3 cornered building which attracts visitors from all over the world, but also the twentieth-century art collection. The emphasis of the permanent exhibition is on the works of German artists, particularly Rhenish expressionism. Works by August Macke, Max Ernst, Campendonk, Schmidt-Rottluff, Kirchner, Klee und Heckel are on display here, among others. On the top floor, German art produced after 1945 can be seen. Works of Beuys, Baselitz and Richter are some of these. Moreover, the museum also frequently organizes temporary exhibitions which are often devoted to contemporary art.
The Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany is an interesting building consisting of sixteen steel columns, representative of the 16 German states. The Art and Exhibition Hall have changing exhibitions from the fields of art, cultural history, science and technology. In addition, regular concerts, performances, symposiums and film screenings take place in the museum's forum. On the roof of the exhibition hall there is a sculpture garden and cone-shaped light towers, which have become the museum landmark. In summer, there is also an opportunity to enjoy the view from there with a morning drink and live music in the background.
Located on Hans-Arp-Allee, Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck was opened in September 2007 and was inaugurated by the then chancellor of the country, Angela Merkel. The building is connected to the historic station of Rolandseck via a tunnel that is named after the Jungle Book character, Kaa. The museum spans three floors and exhibits different fine art relics. It also houses a cafe and bistro which is situated in the renovated banquet hall of the station. Apart from this, the museum also hosts reading sessions, classical music concerts, and music festivals.