The Kunstmuseum Luzern – Museum of art Lucerne- is a modern and contemporary art museum located at the upper level of the KKL (Kultur und Kongresszentrum Luzern), an imposing modern building, designed by the French architect Jean Nouvel on the waterfront of lake Lucerne.
On a surface of 2,100 square meters, in very neat and well-lighted rooms, the museum houses a permanent collection composed either of Swiss artworks from the Renaissance to the present day and contemporary international artworks, including works by Urs Lüthi, Giuseppe Penone, Tony Cragg, Richard Deacon, Boyle & Hills, and Jeff Wall.
Pieces belonging to the permanent collection are displayed on rotation through frequently-changing thematic exhibitions.
The Kunstmuseum Luzern also organizes temporary exhibitions, guided tours, educational programs, and special events.
The museum is fully accessible to people with disabilities.
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