Museum Ludwig in Cologne
From Picasso to Pop Art
The Museum Ludwig in Cologne is wholly dedicated to modern art. Its Pop Art collection is particularly impressive.
The Museum Ludwig in Cologne is one of the most important art museums in Germany, displaying artworks from classical modernism through to the present day. Most significant is its collection of American Pop Art, the most extensive and important collection located outside of the United States. Visitors will be captivated by works by Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Robert Indiana.
The Museum Ludwig also contains one of the largest collections in the world of 1920s Russian Avant-Garde, and an important collection of works by Pablo Picasso.
In 2008 the establishment obtained an extensive collection containing works by Sigmar Polke. The museum is constantly acquiring new artworks and current pieces from notable artists, with the newest arrivals generally only a few months old. As well as the permanent exhibitions, the museum regularly puts on significant exhibitions covering important art-history subjects and artists.
Tuesday to Sunday: 10 am - 18 pm
On the first Thursday of every month: 10 am - 10 pm.