This intimate museum houses the biggest collection of the German artist Kathe Kollwitz. The building itself used to be a residential villa but got partially destroyed during WWII and reopened as a museum in 1986.
Kathe Kollwitz is undoubtedly one of the most influential artists in Germany. Her work focuses on poverty and hunger of the working class in the early 1900s. She was inspired by the movement of Realism and Expressionism.
The museum contains both temporary and permanent exhibitions of sculptural works, drawings, prints and posters. If you're not familiar with her works, educate yourself before coming here, because the museum doesn't provide much info about her motivations and life in the English language.
The establishment is very close to the metro/bus station Uhlandstr., metro line U1, bus lines 109, 110, 249, M19, M29, N10 and X10.
Open daily: 11 am - 6 pm
Reduced ticket: €4
Under 18: free
Official Website https://www.kaethe-kollwitz.de/
More information http://www.visitberlin.de/en/spot/kaethe-kollwitz-museum-berlin
Phone +49 30 8825210
Address Fasanenstraße 24, 10719 Berlin, Germany
Coordinates 52°30'6.03" N 13°19'36.964" E