Caspar David Friedrich Exhibition Tickets

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Hamburg, 27. December 2023

Caspar David Friedrich. Art for a new Age

FLEX TICKET. Visit without time commitment, 25 €

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Caspar David Friedrich. Art for a new Age

Time slot ticket, €16, reduced 8 €

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In cooperation mit der Hamburg Tourismus GmbH

Overnight stay, Flexticket, Hamburg CARD (3 days) from € 74.10
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Caspar David Friedrich X Hamburger Michel

SOLD OUT! Combined ticket: Visit to the exhibition and Michel Tower and Selfie Point

During the duration of the exhibition € 21

Become a member of our Friends of the Kunsthalle e.V. and enter the Caspar David Friedrich exhibition without a time slot.

Caspar David Friedrich X Hard Rock Cafe Hamburg

SOLD OUT! Exhibition visit incl. burger menu at Hard Rock Cafe Hamburg

30 €, 15 Dec 23 to 1 April 2024,


15 December 2023 - 1 April 2024


Caspar David Friedrich stands for Romanticism like no other painter, his works are icons of a time of greatest social upheaval. On the occasion of the 250th anniversary of his birth, the Hamburger Kunsthalle is presenting over 100 of his paintings and drawings, including the most important works he created. The exhibition offers the most comprehensive panorama of his art for many years.

At the centre of the most comprehensive show in many years devoted to the foremost artist of German Romanticism is a thematic retrospective comprising over 50 paintings, among them a number of iconic key works, as well as around 90 drawings and selected works by Friedrich’s artist friends. The main theme is the new relationship between human and nature evoked in Friedrich’s landscapes. In the first third of the nineteenth century, the artist broke new ground as he transformed the landscape genre into »art for a new age«.


Supported by: Hapag Lloyd und Hapag Lloyd Stiftung

Kulturstiftung der Länder, Else Schnabel und Heinz und Christine Lehmann