BRÜCKE-MUSEUM
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In 1905, Expressionism in Germany began to take shape and spread its wings. In this same year, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner and several friends founded the “Brücke,” or the Bridge, and were joined by Max Pechstein and Emil Nolde not long thereafter. The objective of the group was to break new ground with their art. Emotions became the focus of their work and were intended to shake up viewers. A vivid and high-contrast color palette was typical for the artwork. The Brücke Museum has housed a unique inventory of this avant-garde movement since 1967.

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