After the almost three-month dry spell, director Carla Burani is delighted about the museum's imminent reopening: "Especially in times of crisis, art and culture have an inestimable value. Art can motivate, inspire and it enables new perspectives". In particular, the current exhibition of the Kirchner Museum Davos, which focuses among other things on the vulnerability of the human body and existential questions, can illuminate the pandemic from a new perspective. The exhibition brings the expressionist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner into an interesting dialogue with Martin Disler, a representative of the neo-expressionist generation. The parallels and differences between the two artists stand out.
Protection concept ensures a safe visit to the museum
The Kirchner Museum Davos is aware of its great responsibility and will continue to implement the and will continue to rigorously implement the protection concept. "The pandemic is not yet over. The number The number of infections and deaths is unfortunately still very high. That is why the health of our of our employees and guests is our top priority," explains Director Carla Burani. The protection concept was continuously optimised last year and is very well observed by the guests. complied with. The large and high rooms, the obligation to wear masks, regular disinfection, distance rules and good room ventilation ensure a safe visit to the museum.