Felix Nussbaum Haus

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dodoubleu
Osnabrück, Germany18 contributions
Apr 2019 • Solo
Wonderful walk through with an expert guiding us through the Art exhibition..really emotionally moving me what has happened to Felix and his family..we should never forget these times
Written 12 February 2020
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ostertunb
3 contributions
Jun 2018 • Solo
Felix Nussbaum´s paintings presented in Liebeskind´s architecture are a perfect composition to make visitors feel the horror of the Nazi-regime. Simply great !
Written 13 April 2019
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matwen2016
Wurselen, Germany243 contributions
Mar 2018 • Business
Felix Nussbaum (1904-1944) lost his life in KZ Auschwitz. Before that he suffered prosecution, escape and hiding. His work in painting is very moving. In a decade of refugees in Europe many of his pictures are so burning actual.
The building is a masterpiece of Daniel Libeskind. Voids, narrow corridors, ramps and angular rooms are complementing the disturbing magic of Nussbaum's pictures.
Written 26 March 2018
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B Travel N
Tuscaloosa, AL209 contributions
Feb 2018 • Couples
If you take the time to learn about the artist and get a solid understanding of his life before viewing the museum, it will be a 4 star plus. Be sure to ask the volunteers to explain the art as you go as well as the architecture surrounding it.
Great stop for any history lover.

Written 6 February 2018
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B Travel N
Tuscaloosa, AL209 contributions
Sep 2017 • Couples
This is a good stop to get a taste of local history that has national roots. The layout of the museum supports the art. Be sure to ask any one of the several volunteers to give you more insight into the art to get the most out of the visit.
Written 9 September 2017
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Asia_suitcase
Shanghai, China240 contributions
Apr 2017 • Friends
Felix Nussbaum Haus – “A museum without Exit”by architect Daniel Libeskind. The Art museum is dedicated to the life and works of the German-Juwish Surrealist, killed at Auschwitz. Very interesting and must see concept together with Cultural History Museum (former Villa Schlicker of industrial tycoon, then NSDAP HQ until 1945).

The Nussbaum Haus is asymmetrical with sloping corridors, odd windows, and strange sounds giving the visitor a friable feeling of disorientation; imitating the painters feeling under the NS regime or at the concentration camp. Nussbaum might not be famous, but his paintings and the building structure giving the visitor a glimpse into his tragic life. Before visiting do a bit of research or read the history of Nussbaum by the Belgian author Marc Schaevers. The audio guide is helpful.
Written 5 July 2017
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starickman
Legue City, Texas205 contributions
May 2017 • Couples
This Jewish painter from Osnabruck was killed during WWII. His paintings relate to the Holocaust and are somewhat unique. The building is asymmetrical and there are a few other exhibits you can also see related to the local history. It's small and ok to see but of course not a major European museum.
Written 8 June 2017
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MAOSyracuse_NY
Syracuse, NY147 contributions
Oct 2016 • Couples
The paintings were very impressive and moving. It was quite an experience to see how the architecture of the building added to the message of the art,
Written 24 October 2016
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Wytze H
Rosmalen, The Netherlands135 contributions
Jul 2016
The asymmetrical building, the sloping corridors, the quirky exhibition rooms, the strange sounds will probably put you off balance. Nussbaum is not one of the most well known artists, but the story of his tragic life makes a visit to this museum an impressive experience. Before visiting it is advisable to read the history of Nussbaum by the Belgian author Marc Schaevers
Written 7 September 2016
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Doug W
Saint Joseph, MI101 contributions
Mar 2016
What an experience! This is a must see when in Osnabruck. The architecture is mind-bending and, of course, the content, both the physical art which is both beautiful and tragic, and the Nussbaum story which also is beautiful and tragic, are entirely captivating. The audio tour is a definite help!
Written 3 July 2016
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