Current


Project, Permanent installation

Oliver Klimpel

Objects and interventions

Kunsthaus Graz, Foyer

Klimpel works at the intersection of art and design and produced a range of interior interventions and designs that are now permanent features at the Kunsthaus. more ...

Project

Soft Interventions

Hannes Priesch with Herta Kramer-Priesch

Kunsthaus Graz

Barrier tapes are used to section areas off from one another and to control access. Hannes Priesch and Herta Kramer-Priesch were commissioned to explore the topic of barriers, and in particular accessibility and inaccessibility both in the foyer and throughout the building. more ...

Project, Permanent installation

Peter Kogler

Untitled (Kunsthaus), 2017 and Untitled, 2016

Kunsthaus Graz

Peter Kogler has produced a series of works related to the Kunsthaus, playing on its iconic organic shape, history, programme and dynamic form. more ...

Project

SUPERFLEX

Five-year plan

Kunsthaus Graz

In Graz and the Kunsthaus, the collective will complete several projects over a total of five years. In 2017 SUPERFLEX started with C.R.E.A.M., the fetish ATM in the Kunsthaus foyer, in 2018 they created the "Free Shop" in Graz, in 2019 with Jens Haaning "Number of Visitors" was installed at the main entrance, and Lost Moeny will follow in 2020. more ...

Project, Installation

Bill Fontana

Acoustical Visions of the River Mur, 2017

Kunsthaus Graz

"Acoustical Visions of the River Mur" is a new, site specific work by pioneering sound artist Bill Fontana that is developed for the Kunsthaus Graz. more ...

Project

Anna Lena von Helldorff

Interventions

Kunsthaus Graz

The designer took the remodelling of the foyer as her starting-point: the process of transformation itself became a theme, as variants, prototypes and utilisation options were developed while revisions were “presented” and discussed publicly. more ...

Project, Permanent installation

Max Neuhaus

Time Piece Graz, 2003

Kunsthaus Graz

Inspired by these different contexts, Max Neuhaus’ Time Piece Graz creates an external space around Kunsthaus Graz defined by sound. It appears periodically as an audible signal. more ...

Project, Permanent installation

Bernhard Wolf

If you don't give the mind something to do, the mind will give you something to do.

Kunsthaus Graz

Bernhard Wolf has made an international name for himself as an artist working in public spaces. Here, he uses sunlight to allow visitors to experiences the space in between Kunsthaus and the House of Architecture. more ...

Kunsthaus Graz

Lendkai 1
8020 Graz, Österreich
T +43-316/8017-9200
info@kunsthausgraz.at

 

Opening Hours
09. February 2021 to 09. April 2021 Tue-Sun, public holidays 10am - 6pm
10. April 2021 to 31. October 2021 Mon-Sun, public holidays 10am - 6pm
01. November 2021 to 31. December 2021 Tue-Sun, public holidays 10am - 6pm


Guided Tours
Sun and public holidays 11am (ger)
Times may vary. For specific dates, please visit our calendar.
Guided tours also on advance notice

Kunsthauscafé
From 02.03.2021, Tue-Sun 10am-6pm: Drinks and Snacks TO GO
Snackkarte
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