Kirchner Museum Davos

Davos

Parsenn

Parsenn

Sertig

Sertig

Sommer-Schlittelbahn, Blick zur Strelaalp

Sommer-Schlittelbahn, Blick zur Strelaalp

Parsenn Weissfluhjoch, Klosters

Parsenn Weissfluhjoch, Klosters

Davos 180° Panorama mit Jakobshorn

Davos 180° Panorama mit Jakobshorn

Monstein 2

Monstein 2

Schatzalp Panorama-Restaurant

Schatzalp Panorama-Restaurant

Davos Platz - Schweizerische Alpine Mittelschule Davos

Davos Platz - Schweizerische Alpine Mittelschule Davos

Rinerhorn, blick auf Jakobshorn

Rinerhorn, blick auf Jakobshorn

Davos - Golfplatz / Dischma

Davos - Golfplatz / Dischma

Davos - Eisstadion

Davos - Eisstadion

Schatzalp / Schiahorn

Schatzalp / Schiahorn

Davos - Bolgen

Davos - Bolgen

Weissfluhjoch

Weissfluhjoch

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938) lived in Davos from the year 1918 until his death.

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His large body of work is considered a groundbreaking achievement of German Expressionism. The Kirchner Museum was opened in 1992. It is home to the world's largest collection of the artist's work. The museum building was designed by the Zürich architects Annette Gigon and Mike Guyer. In its simple but powerful form it continues to attract great attention in architectural circles.

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