The Museum as a research facility

The Kirchner Museum Davos is not only as an exhibition venue but also as a vibrant research facility. 

Research on Ernst Ludwig and his art, his entourage, historical contexts, artistic processes, and materials play a central role alongside the numerous temporary exhibitions and rich educational program. In addition to its extensive art collection, the Kirchner Museum Davos holds many of the painter’s private correspondences, his diary, an archive of his photographic work, and countless other documents as well as historical publications. Together, these add up to a comprehensive collection of source materials, providing a basis and reference for a wide variety of research projects.