A building for the arts

© SKD, Foto: Klemens Renner

[Translate to English:] Intro

Between the Frauenkirche and the Brühlsche Terrasse an impressive building for the arts was constructed in the 19th century. Today the Kunsthalle is a plase for special exhibitions as well as for viewing and discussing contemporary art.

special exhibition at the Kunsthalle im Lipsiusbau
19.11.2019—08.03.2020

Move little hands... „Move!“

Czech surrealists Jan & Eva Švankmajer

Learn more
Jan Švankmajer, Der Tod des Stalinismus in Böhmen, 1991
© ATHANOR – Film production company, Ltd.

current dates

  • Teaserbild zur Veranstaltung JUNGE FREUNDE Party - LIPSIUS VIBES:
    Tue 19.11. 21:00

    Lipsiusbau   —   Kunsthalle im Lipsiusbau

    zur Ausstellung: Move little hands... „Move!“ - Die tschechischen Surrealisten Jan & Eva Švankmajer

    Es legen auf: Maloua Loup (KBK) / Flavour Dave (DDAC) / Mois (Reine Wäsche)

    21 bis 1 Uhr Schwärmer in der Ausstellung

    bis 3 Uhr Tanzparty im unteren Foyer

     

    • Teilnahmegebühr: Vorverkauf 5 EUR bis 35 Jahre | ü35: 19 € www.etix.com | SAX Ticket | Konzertkasse Dresden | Albertinum
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A special place

With its glass dome – nicknamed the “lemon squeezer” on account of its form – the building is a prominent feature on Dresden’s skyline. When it was first built the “lemon squeezer” was highly controversial because it was seen as rivalling the dome of the Frauenkirche. Today, however, it is regarded as an enrichment to the city’s historic Altstadt.

More about the building

© Klemens Renner
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