His life and work in Davos
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880–1938) was a German Expressionist artist. He lived in Davos from 1928 until his death in 1938. A co-founder of the Brücke artists’ group, he helped shape modern twentieth-century art. Kirchner is considered one of the most leading exponents of German Expressionism.
The Kirchner Museum Davos presents works from the collection in changing presentations, while at the same time showcasing modernist and contemporary artists to highlight Kirchner’s relevance today.