Staatsgalerie Stuttgart

Museum as a school of seeing

Art is a cultural language through which people communicate with each other. In the process, the art of the present always responds to the art of previous epochs.

In our digital age, the museum has the task of being a »school of seeings« and conveying culture through the visual, the image and its narrative.

Internationally renowned collection

The Staatsgalerie is one of Germany’s great art museums. Our collection comprises painting, sculpture and graphic art from the Middle Ages to the present, including many masterpieces and an internationally outstanding collection of modern art. Special highlights are Oskar Schlemmer’s »Figurinen zum Triadischen Ballett« from the early 1920s, the famous »Rückenakte« (1909‒1930) by Henri Matisse, numerous works by Picasso,including the sculpture group »Die Badenden« (1956) and the Joseph Beuys Room, which was still personally furnished by the artist.

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  • Wednesday10:00 - 17:00
  • Thursday10:00 - 17:00
  • Friday10:00 - 17:00
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