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Kunsthaus Bregenz

Modern art and architecture fuse at Kunsthaus Bregenz. Designed by the Pritzker-prize winning architect Peter Zumthor, the building’s primary object is to be a place where people can indulge their passion for art.

Kunsthaus Bregenz © Kunsthaus Bregenz, Helene Binet

In the westernmost province Vorarlberg's capital boasts this unexpected museum of contemporary art. Due to it's unique architecture sunlight filters through glass-paneled ceilings into serene, polished-concrete chambers to illuminate works by internatinally renowned artists.

Featured artists include Cosima von Bonin, Olafur Eliasson, Tony Oursler and many more.

Together with the british sculptor Antony Gormley the KUB realized a unique project in the mountains of Vorarlberg. Horizon Field is the first art project of its kind erected in the mountains and the largest landscape intervention in Austria to date. Horizon Field consists of 100 life-size, solid cast iron figures of the human body spread over an area of 150 square kilometers high up in the Austrian Alps. The work forms a horizontal line at 2,039 meters above sea level and can be experienced by a walking path.

Opening Hours
daily 10 a.m.– 8 p.m.


Kunsthaus Bregenz
Karl Tizian Platz
6900 Bregenz
Telephone: (+43-5574) 48594-0
Kunsthaus Bregenz

Art + Architecture + Design

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