Sightseeing of Düsseldorf: Art Assembly North Rhine – Westphalia (K20 and K21)
Artistic Assembly of the Earth North Rhine-Westphalia is the Museum of Contemporary Art, consisting of two parts and two buildings, briefly referred to as K20 and K21. Creating a collection and museums began with the acquisition by the city in the middle of the sixties 88 Powle Cleely Clean. Only half a century, the collection of cloths and exhibits of contemporary art has increased significantly and placed in two buildings – K20 and K21. Reduction in the title decrypt and denote the time interval whose works are presented in exposure.
Thus, the K20 Museum is represented by the art of the 20th century, the meeting includes the works of Dadaists, fouls, expressionists, cubists. Here is also presented a collection of works of Paul Clee. In addition, here you can see the works of the classics of the last century as Mark Rotko, Andy Warhol, Robert Raushenberg and Jackson Shelves, as well as European modernists of Kirkby, Gerhard Rihert or Marcuch Lupezz.
Museum K21 is dedicated to the art of the end of the XX century, from 1980 to the present day. Among the authors represented, you can get acquainted with the photographs of Andreas Gursky, the sculptures of Thomas Schute, as well as Ilya Kabakov, Juan Munoz, Michelangelo Pistoleto and other equally famous authors.