Art in Würth Haus Berlin

The Würth Haus Berlin exhibits some important works of art from the company’s own Würth Collection. Pictures by artists including Markus Lüpertz, Georg Baselitz, Jörg Immendorff and Anselm Kiefer give an indication of the comprehensive collection of works from the new German figuration. Alongside them, some choice sculptures bear witness to the importance of sculptural works within the collection.

Artworks by Christopher Lehmpfuhl and Antoine Poncet in the foyer of Würth Haus Berlin.

Artworks by Christopher Lehmpfuhl and Antoine Poncet in the foyer of Würth Haus Berlin.

The works of art on display in Würth Haus Berlin can only be viewed in groups during events or after signing up in advance, provided the facilities are not already occupied.

Art by Gertrude Reum

Gertrude Reum - Art with Chromium-nickel steel

Jörg Immendorff - The artist's enemy

Jörg Immendorff - The artist's enemy

Antoine Poncet - Ailiotrope

Antoine Poncet - Ailiotrope

More information on the Würth Collection and the exhibitions can be found at kunst.wuerth.com.