Across the square from K20, a Brutalist '60s cube houses the Kunsthalle, which hosts contemporary art shows. The bookstore is superb.
This early baroque church (it was built from 1622 to 1629) is drenched in fanciful white stucco. Six baroque saint sculptures from the...
Designed by noted Dutch architect Aldo van Eyck, the Schmela Haus opened in 1971 as a private gallery. It's now part of the state museum...
Salon des Amateurs
Tucked into the Kunsthalle, this tunnel-shaped cafe-lounge pulls off an artsy vibe without a single canvas. Museum-goers arrive in the...
Casual, slightly artsy café serving breakfast and mouth-watering blackboard specials.
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K20 Grabbeplatz information
A collection that spans the arc of 20th-century artistic vision gives the K20 an enviable edge in the art world. It encompasses major works by Picasso, Matisse and Mondrian and more than 100 paintings and drawings by Paul Klee. Americans represented include Jackson Pollock, Andy Warhol and Jasper John. Düsseldorf's own Joseph Beuys has a major presence as well.